User:Camellia wagashi

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Hello there,

I go by "Camellia wagashi" -- can call me "Cammie" for short :) You may have guessed that's not my real name. It's a type of Japanese rice and red bean sweet that is only offered in the early spring. I lived in Japan during my college and post college years for a time, but have mostly resided in the US from birth to present.

You can also call me "Machead" since I'm partial to Mac computers (gotta admit I have a PC for those boring business software programs).

I'm new to Wikipedia and I'll start polishing up this page as time goes on. Coding is not a strength of mine, hence the messy look of my page.

I'd love to qualify for the free journal access through The Wikipedia Library, but I've got a long way to go before reaching 1,000 edits, which is the minimum for eligibility. I'm hungry for editing opportunities to meet that goal!

In brief, here are my interests, which may or may not reflect pages I'll be contributing to:

Education (US and global):urban education; human rights education; peace education; progressive education; social justice education and open education.

Japan: culture and society

Popular US culture: singers and groups; TV actors and actresses