CSAN welcomes 5 Cambodians to Nagoya
September 13th, 2008 · No Comments
On August 31, 2008, five Cambodians, including staff and Japanese language students from Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC) in Phnom Penh, arrived in Kota Town, Aichi Prefecture, on their two-week study tour in Japan. On the day, they were welcomed in a party, where six Cambodian students from Nagoya University performed coconut dance. The party as well as the schedule for the study tour was organized by Kota International Association (KIA).
Having visited Tokyo, Kyoto, Toyohashi, etc., the five Cambodian fellows were arranged by KIA and received by Prof. Okuda Saori, Foreign Student Adviser at Graduate School of Law/Nagoya University, to meet with some Cambodian students in Nagoya University on September 11 for an exchange in idea and experience. What inspires them most about Japan is the various scholarships availble to Cambodian students. Therefore, the 90-minute talk was mainly about scholarship application tips.
Nagoya was the last destination of their study tour. On the same day, they had to get back to the hotel in Kota Town and spent their last day there before departing for Cambodia on Spetember 13, 2008.