A,B Good morning.
May I put my bag here?
B: Sure, please sit down.
B: Please tell us your name.
My name is ....
B: Where do you live?
I live in Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture.
A: Oh really? So, what do you think about the excitement after the Hanshin Tigers won the pennant?
It is quite natural that the supporters got excited because they had been waiting for the moment for 18 years. Anyway, personally I'm very happy because I'm one of the most enthusiastic supporters of the Hanshin Tigers, since my high school was in the neighborhood of the Hanshin Koshien Stadium and I used to go there after school.
A: What is your occupation?
I'm a medical doctor.
A: Are you practicing in Nishinomiya?
No, I work for some hospitals in Osaka.
A: So, what do you think about the AIDS virus infection that occurred due to the transfusion of blood by the Red Cross?
I think it's difficult to prevent infections because we cannot detect the virus during the latent period of about 30 days.
A: Are there any measures to prevent the infection?
It is almost impossible.
A: What is "ohigan"?
"Ohigan" is the week around the equinox day, when our ancestors' spirits return to their former homes. We usually visit their graves to pay our respect to them.
A: Do you visit the graves?
Yes, I do. And I place flowers on the tomb.
A: In Japan, do you have nuclear families or extended families?
Most Japanese families are nuclear families, I think.
A: If so, how do the elderly people live?
They usually live by themselves.
A: What do you think about aromatherapy?
Mmm ... aromatherapy?
I don't know exactly how effective it is. However, recently I read an article in the newspaper on aromatherapy. According to the article, aromatherapy is effective in some cases.
A: OK. Thank you very much.
Thank you very much.
A: Are you going to jump into the Dotonbori River?
I cannot do such a dangerous act.
A: Thank you.
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