This is my first game host post!! And to top that, this is a BRAND NEW holiday added to this year’s game. No pressure or anything….*takes a few deep breaths*
So if you are like me, growing up in the 1980s, Japan and it’s culture had a real renaissance here in the US. From manga to video games to cuisine, Japan was leading the younger generation in terms of culture and art, much like the Korean Cool phenomenon that happened a few years ago.
Door 2: Japanese Culture Day
Task 1: Tell us about a cultural festival or event in the area where you live.
Task 2: Try a flavor of Kit Kat other than chocolate and report back if you liked it.
Task 4: If you like Japanese food, treat yourself to a favorite dish.
Book: Read a graphic novel or a book set in a school or academic setting.
NEW: Once you’ve completed a task or tasks, please use the handy form, located in the spoiler tags (to keep things tidy) to let us know. This will make tracking points MUCH easier for the 24 Tasks Team.
Previous door’s tasks are “beneath the fold”
Previous Doors’ Tasks and Books
Door 1: Dia de Los Muertos
Task 1: Compose a limerick or short poem in honor of a favorite book character.
Task 2: If you like Mexican food, treat yourself to a favorite dish – and / or make yourself a margarita – and share a photo.
Task 3: Write an epitaph for the book you most disliked this year.
Task 4: Do you have any traditions or mementos of happy memories of a loved one that you feel like sharing?
Book: Reread a favorite book by a deceased author or from a finished series, or read a book set in Mexico or a book that either has a primarily black and white cover or all the colors (ROYGBIV) on the cover, or a book featuring zombies.
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