Honne

Honne

A Japanese word for a person's true feelings. Because it may conflict with social necessities and expectations, honne is often kept secret from all except one's closest confidantes. Honne contrasts with tatemae, which corresponds to the feelings one displays in public.
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The water bottling project is an income-generating project to help support school fees for more than 100 boys a year at the Ukweli Honne of Hope for Street Boys, in northern Nairobi, Kenya, run by the Little Sisters of St.
Known among streaming music aficionados for their late-night electropop repertoire, English duo HONNE started off with easy-breezy tracks like 'Good Together' and 'Someone That Loves You,' then cheekily ended on a sensual note with the soul jam 'All in the Value' and the very aptly titled 'Warm on a Cold Night.
Honne Gowda, 43, runs a small provision store in Doddaballapur, an hour's drive from Bangalore.
MUSIC Honne The laidback electronic duo will showcase their debut album, Warm On A Cold Night, inspired by their childhoods in south-west England and their mutual fascination with Japanese culture.
LONDON electronic duo Honne hit the road later this month to introduce debut album Warm On A Cold Night, rounding off with dates at Nottingham's Rescue Rooms on October 31 and Birmingham's Institute on Tuesday November 1.
I do listen to a lot of alternative pop music like Verite, Frenship, Leon, Izzy Bizu, Honne, Muna, Phoebe Ryan, and Skott.
Japan famously makes a distinction between tatemae, facade, and honne, true feeling.
Honne are another act with massive crossover potential and their futuristic soul music gets everyone dancing.
xvii) "op elke plek, op elke pad word ons in onse gasig gavat soes hasies voo' die honne moet ons ma' bly spat moet baledagings word ons afgamat" (Kitaar 70)
L' Unanimisme el "Les hommes de honne volonte", Paris:Flammarion, 1969
Mimura's script pointed in that direction; however, Yamanaka strived for honne, i.