Culture

Information from Consulate-General of Japan in Melbourne

The 28th Australia-Japan Relations Essay Award Ceremony
Melbourne Grand Prix – Tribute for Earthquake and Tsunami Victims
Assistants to Teachers of Japanese (ATJ) Program Farewell
Launch of the Melbourne Museum Resources of Japanese language Education Website

Kanji Dojo Lesson 5

Kanji is one of four types of script (Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana, and Roman-script) in Japanese. Let’s enjoy Kanji at Kanji Dojo with Mr Hiroshi Watanabe.

“Culture Village” a place where one can learn about Japanese culture in Melbourne

Culture Village in a place where one can learn about Japanese culture in Melbourne. It’s held in a classroom at Japaneasy (a Japanese Language school) on the first and third Wednesday of the month. The class was started in answer to the student’s request to not only learn Japanese but to also learn about Japanese culture. A request that has been made since Japaneasy first opened its doors.

JET Programme Returnee Reception

On Monday, February 28th a Welcome Back reception was hosted at the Japanese Consul-General’s official residence for Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme participants who have recently returned to Australia following completion of their contracts.
The returning Aussie Samurais of grassroots internationalisation gave their individual speeches about their journey in Japan, at times with their witty Japanese, as they shared their triumphs and experiences to the assembled guests.

Kanji Dojo Lesson 4

Kanji is one of four types of script (Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana, and Roman-script) in Japanese. Let’s enjoy Kanji at Kanji Dojo with Mr Hiroshi Watanabe.