I'm Kasia and I was born in December some time ago :). I love travelling, reading, nature and I'm interested in Asian culture. My dream is to visit Japan, South Korea and China sometime in the future. So far, I've been to Malta, Romania, Switzerland, Slovakia, Hungary, Ireland (I spent there almost a year working as an EVS volunteer), Scotland, England, Austria, the Ukraine, Spain, France, Germany, Thailand, Myanmar and Greece.
I've decided to join Postcrossing because I love this feeling when you open your mailbox (the real one, the digital one doesn't really count) and you find that somebody has actually sent you something. It doesn't need to be something extraordinary, the very fact that your mailbox isn't empty is enough:)
I don't mind duplicates. There are no two identical postcards!
I like postcards with (in random order):
-something related to languages and linguistics
-something related to writers and literature
-books and libraries
-something blue or purple
-something related to the Japanese, Chinese or Korean culture
-nice single city views
-Korean actors and male singers (Super Junior, TVXQ, Lee Min Ho, Jung Il Woo, Lee Jun Ki)
I love reading long messages, so write me about everything that comes to your mind. I would especially appreciate some info on the linguistic situation in your country (how many official languages are there, whether it is common for people to be able to speak more than one language or not, what the most popular dialects are and so on) but if you don't like this topic and decide to write about something completely different, I'm fine with that:)
Dear Japanese postcrossers who have access to Gotochi cards, I would be very grateful if you could send me one. They're lovely and I just love them. So far I've got only one of them but I dream of collecting the whole set one day:)
If you can upload your card before you send it to me, please do it. I don't have a scanner at home and I have to ask someone to scan them for me. I'd like to have all my received cards scanned and uploaded to my wall. If you can't upload the card, don't worry, I'll do it myself but it might take "a bit" of time:)
I always register the postcards I get as soon as possible (I check my letterbox everyday), so if I haven't registered your postcard, the chances that I haven't received it at all are very high.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you!