Tuesday, March 21, 2023

NE Japan caravan held at E-Edge College

The two-day North East Japan Caravan was held at C-Edge College, Dimapur from February 3 to 4.
The event was conducted in collaboration with Japan Foundation, New Delhi. Eight member team from Japan Foundation led by Aoi Ishimaru, director of Arts & Culture Exchange and Taisei Toyomaru, director of Language graced the event.
The inaugural programme was chaired by Daisy Shitio, Dean of Social Sciences and Humanities at the College GK auditorium.
Delivering welcome address, Er. Moa Aier, president of the College highlighted about the College relationship with Japan Foundation New Delhi with the perspective to help the younger generation in learning a new language purely on economic factor.
He stressed on inculcating mother tongue among the younger generation which the College had emphasised through its various programmes since the last five years.
Aoi Ishimaru, Director of Arts & Culture Exchange, Japan Foundation in her speech highlighted the purpose and the objective of Japan Caravan and also about Japan Foundation. She said the event has been successful in the Northeast with positive responses and look forward to more events in the future. The two-day Japan Caravan featured the much demanded Calligraphy workshop where visitors were taught the artistic writing of the Japanese language. It also featured the Yukata Workshop on the style of wearing the light cotton Japanese Kimono which was accepted with delight by everyone through vibrant photo shoots.
In addition, four Japanese Anime Films namely Garden of Words, Place Promised in Our Early Days, anime 5 Centimeters per Second, and Children Who Chase Lost Voices were screened.
The event also featured Voice Acting based on the Anime films and the mini game Fukuwari.

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