Alumna takes teaching job in Japan

By Nick Garrett

Try fitting everything you own into two 50-pound bags, a 30-pound carry-on and a 20-pound backpack.

It isn’t easy.

Augusta University alumna Michelle Bureau (BA ’15) learned that the hard way earlier this summer when she embarked on what could potentially be a five-year stay in Yosano-cho, a small town located in Japan’s Kyoto Prefecture. 

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