Tattooing is the most misunderstood art form in Japan today. Looked down upon for centuries and rarely discussed in social circles, people with tattoos are outcasts in this country, banned from most public spaces such as beaches, bathhouses, and even gyms. Tattoos have an extensive history in Japan, and to truly understand the stigma behind them it is essential to be aware of their significance. The first records of tattoos...Read More
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT NICHOLAS KULISH lives in Berlin, Germany and reports for The New York Times on all aspects of life for the surrounding European countries. Kulish visited the TGS students while conducting school in Berlin to answer their questions about the Euro Crisis and his intriguing career.
Does anyone here want to be a writer when they grow up? (many hands raise) …I discourage you…but I’m also proud of you.
Kulish effortlessly drew in the students with his humor and perspective on the continuously evolving industry of journalism. Though they were discouraged to follow in his path if not utterly obsessed with writing, every student walked away with a greater appreciation and admiration for Kulish’s craft.
To hear more from Nicholas Kulish about his main focus of the Euro Crisis, read A foreign correspondent informs students about the Euro Crisis from Berlin.