Coming of Age Ceremony Pictures
Date: January 9, 2014
This year’s coming of age ceremony was a huge success! Here are some pictures from that day:
Four Seasons Program
University & DIS
In other news, approximately 50 Showa students will begin studying at Emanuel College and Newbury College today!
Happy New Year!
Hello. I’m wing9 student. On December31th, I went to watch Boston ballet “nutcraker” wih my friend. It was so beautiful and the world was like imagination world. Therefore, we impressed so much.
After that we watched fireworks at 7 o’clock in boston common. In actually, outside was very cold, but we could endure, cause fireworks was amazing. Even though we are university student, but we could watch fireworks in Boston without permission. So, I want you recommend this experience to university students.
Then, we did a count down in our domirtory while watching New York countdown TVs. It was so fun!! Like this, we could amazing experience in Boston.
I hope this year will be wonderful year for you.
Coming of Age
Date: January 9, 2014
Tomorrow is Coming of Age day! More than 200 students and 40 parents will attend the ceremony.
Our main speaker is Dr. Merry White from Boston University. She travels to Japan quite often for her research, which involves topics ranging from social changes in Japan to the history of the café. Bando-Sensei from Tokyo and Counsel-General Himeno will also speak.
Tour North America #4 – Texas
Date: January 14, 2014
The fourth event in our student engagement lunches will be centered around the state of Texas! Some of our teachers and administrators have a connection with Texas, and will volunteer to have lunch with our students and teach them about a part of the US that they may not be familiar with.
Photos from both of these events will be posted next week, so please stay tuned!
Hello, we are wing9.
I want to tell you about my winter holiday. I and my friends visited American family’s house on Jan.1st. We met her at the German Center, our volunteering place. It is second time to visit her house. She has three daughters and all of them like Japanese anime. We talked about anime especially “One piece” and “Naruto”. She served us Portuguese cuisine, pea rice and soup because she came from Portugal. In their house, they speak Spanish and English. Father, mother and three daughters are very nice! I like them.
We ate dinner at “sweet tomatoes” and stopped by frozen yogurt shop.