Is this sentence right?
How can I combine something happened in past and now within one sentence?
My major was Japanese, and I had been living in Tokyo for almost one year, so what I want to do through this website is to introduce Asian art to Europe, by which I can define myself and show what was and is happening in Asia.
The tense your are describing is the present perfect continuous (present perfect progressive).
. . . what was and is happening . . . --> . . . what has been happening . . .
I majored in Japanese and have been living in Tokyo for almost a year. Through this website, I would like to express myself to Europeans through Asian art and show what has been happening there.
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