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Entries from January 2009

Charity Project

January 29th, 2009 · No Comments

Cambodian Students Association in Japan—CSAJ, has opened its 2009 funding program through a charity program known as “Help Our Community.” HOC project has originated since the beginning of January as an educational charity project of CSAJ. A small scale grant of US$ 1,000 will be awarded to each successful proposal. Therefore, this project provides an […]

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Tutoring Assistance

January 29th, 2009 · No Comments

A former JICA volunteer who used to work in Kratie province has approached CSAN for Khmer language tutoring. She arrived a few weeks ago after spending around two and a half year in Cambodia. She can communicate quite fluently in Khmer, and she is now looking for tutor to help teach her Khmer, preferably writing […]

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Pick-up assistance for a Cambodian trainee

January 29th, 2009 · No Comments

There is a Cambodian trainee coming to be trained at a company in Nagoya City. He arrived in Nagoya on 25 Jan.2009 (at 7h15am). He works as an Assistant Chief Customer Service, Service Section of T.T.H.K CO., LTD (as titled in his business card) in Cambodia. He is scheduled to be trained at a company […]

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CSAJ elects new President for 2009 mandate

January 17th, 2009 · No Comments

The Election Board 2009 of the Cambodian Student Association in Japan (CSAJ) announced yesterday Mr. EAR Chariya the President of CSAJ for the mandate year 2009. Click HERE for the announcement and HERE for the welcome note of the President.

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CSAN celebrates Year End Party

January 1st, 2009 · No Comments

To celebrate the year end and new year, CSAN held a party as planned on Wednesday, December 31, 2008, at the Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University. There were around 35 attendants, including those from Toyohashi and Kariya. In addition, we also received a new Cambodian non-student friend and her family. The main activities […]

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