EDINBURG – The line of cars around 3:45 p.m. is long. Parents await just like most students for that 4 o'clock school bell to end not only the day, but the week. When the bell rings students begin to filter out to enjoy their two days of freedom before having to return on Monday morning. A few students though, remain for an extra hour to learn the basics of Japanese from Roberto Ruiz, a McAllen native who started the club in 2008. Ruiz sat down with The Edinburg Review for a Q&A on all things Japanese Wildcats and the future of the after school club.