Aoki says she is surprised by how little attention the education emergency in West Africa has garnered.
I remember I got paid $4K and spent $7K building Aoki boxes (a very early version of the stage letters people know today).
Upon which Colonel Aoki smiled a smile indescribably happy as if he welcomed the order and exclaimed, It has come at last!
Ambassador Aoki then referred to the naturalization of his countrymen in the United States.
This was the first word of command Colonel Aoki gave his subordinates at their departure to the front.
Colonel Aoki called me before him and told me most gravely: I congratulate you on your promotion.
Colonel Aoki stood in the midst of that as firm and unflinching as Ni- or Fud, staring at the enemy with steady gaze.
Whereupon Colonel Aoki ordered all his captains, Whole line begin firing from the right.
At last the reserve in the hands of Colonel Aoki was reduced to two companies of infantry and one of engineers.