leonor..please go to chat room..I'll tell you now
Sorry, guys, but i'll ask again, cause I think my question didn't post, or I forgot... getting old,perhaps ? For I don't remember how we can find something in Youtube, and then bring to group ? these little things I don't know bugs me, lol.
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Thanks..Erin..I watched Maya bee in thailand too...
but I love Ikkusun and Doraemon the most
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"Die Biene Maja" ("Maya, the Bee")
Ikkyū-san (一休さん) is an anime based on the historical Zen Buddhist monk Ikkyū that follows his mischievous adventures as a child during his stay at Ankoku Temple. In each episode, Ikkyū relies on his intelligence and wit to solve all types of problems, from distraught farmers to greedy merchants.
The anime was well-received by all ages in Japan and throughout Asia, as it didn't rely on violence. Even when violence appears, it is usually presented in a mild or necessary way (for example, there are occasional references to the Ōnin War).
A running gag of Ikkyū-san is that whenever Ikkyū is trying to think of a plan, he sits in a lotus position, wets his two index fingers, and rotates them above his head.
life of Ikkusan