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Author has written 33 stories for Life, General, Haiku, Politics, Essay, Love, School, and Song.
I'm an aspiring author and I want to practice writing about various topics in several languages. If you happen to be Hungarian, Manchu, Kalmyk, Okinawan, Russian, Prussian, or Deaf Japanese, I'd highly appreciate it if you'd be willing to assist me in improving my skill in your languages as I'm studying them and wish to write in them (or improve in general, regarding JSL). The languages I want to learn after I conquer the ones I'm currently learning are West Frisian, Erzya, Moksha, Ket, Belarusian, and Crimean Tatar so I'd greatly appreciate any help I can get for those languages as well. I'm also interested in learning Nenets, Yonaguni, Estonian, Ainu, Udmurt, Romansh, Basque, and Evenki. If you can speak one of those languages, I'd greatly appreciate it if you help me in learning them (though my priorities are Hungarian, Manchu, Kalmyk, Okinawan, Russian, Prussian, Japanese Sign Language, West Frisian, Erzya, Moksha, Ket, Belarusian, and Crimean Tatar).
If you help me, then I'll be sure to find a way to return the favor (I could write you a poem or essay, help you with English or Japanese, help you with stories or essays related to history, etc.).
Genres I specialize in:
Poems: Death/goth, Hungarian patriotism, personal experiences, hatred, Kikokushijo-related issues, history, tradition
My username is a mixture of my 5 favorite countries/regions: Saitama (My birthplace and homeland), Michigan (My best years, the home of most of my friends, and where I mastered English), Hungary (Favorite country), Manchuria (My second favorite country/nation), and Kalmykia (Third favorite country/nation).
One of my dreams is to become a successful author/poet. Which is why I joined this site so I could practice my writing and write original fiction
The only other info I'll give is that I've lived in the USA (Michigan and Indiana) for 11 years and therefore I'm familiar with American culture and I'm a Kikokushijo. Since I'd like to practice my Hungarian, I'll be more than willing to review stories and poems written in Hungarian. I've been studying Hungarian for five years so it's the best language I speak besides Japanese and English. In recent times, my Russian skills have been improving since I've been taking classes. My ability in Manchu, Kalmyk, Okinawan, and Prussian are all dismally low and for the most part is virtually non-existent apart from pronunciation, a few phrases, being able to understand some words, being able to introduce myself, and being able to read and write to an extent (although I do seriously intend to improve my skills).