"You’re such an egg, Mike,” a Chinese friend back in Toronto once told me. “An egg?” “Yeah, an egg. You know, white on the outside, yellow on the inside. It’s like you’re Asian, but you’re white.” Tamago is a collection of short stories about how the author became infatuated with Japan as a little boy watching animated TV shows, and then learned to write and speak Japanese as a teenager, and his personal experiences in the Land of the Rising Sun after the March 11, 2011, earthquake and subsequent tsunami struck Japan.
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Michael Graham graduated from the University of Toronto Mississauga’s Professional Writing and Communication program in June 2013. He aspires to one day write creative fiction for a living and bring the many worlds in his head to life on paper. Michael is passionate about all things international. He self-studies Japanese and Mandarin Chinese. He spends his personal time researching and learning about other cultures, foreign languages, ancient history and travel opportunities—he longs to experience the world with his own eyes. Michael misses Japan, his second home, and hopes to return soon.
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