Maybe you can offer some insight... I've seen the face mask on a lot of people in a lot of pictures from Japan. If someone wore a face mask in the states people would think the person was sick, not that they are trying to avoid getting sick. Is it just socially acceptable to wear it over there? What are they communally afraid of?
I see. I thought it was a socially exceptable unconscious fear they had of viruses and such. But in fact they are being conscientious about one another. Cool. Never happen here. We just cough and sneeze our asses off regardless.
I like the way he look - gazing at the future with purposeful step.
English is hard language. I can`t really found enough similar translating words to express myself correctly enough. For example I say *вперил поглед в бъдещето с целеустремена походка* and nearest translation should be "gazing at the future with purposeful step" but if this sentence gets translated back to my language sound completely different, lol!