The report of Jay Kabira Special Talk Show: Tolerance and Respect
He hasn't returned to campus for 20 years and it was the first time to see Building No. 2 which was the venue of talk show.
He was raised in Christian family and his mother was forced all her children to report what happened in school every day. It didn't matter how small things happened there. With the bilingual family background and his good performance in football, he received a sport scholarship at Texas University. However, he didn't go well with the team coach and found out that there was no chance to become a professional football player. It was the first time he truly heard the sound of breaking something. After that, he entered Sophia University and met acting world. He thanked Professor Curly during the talk show who had helped him to graduate and to start his career as an actor. At the end of talk show he concluded that the importance of forgiveness and respect for someone.
Many people attended to this talk show including a classmate from his primary school and an alumni came from Hokkaido with his 5 year old daughter.
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