The 1st Event “Wai-Wai”Chatting – Multi Lingual Fun Talks Date & Time：11:30 – 13:00, Tuesday, May 24th, 2016 In this gathering, we have a chat and exchange information over tea/coffee. This time, we will talk about the following two topics: 1. What you found good coming to Japan, 2. What you regretted coming to Japan Place: comm cafe, Minoh City Multi-Cultural Center For whom: Foreign residents Fixed number: 20 people Fee: Free (drinks and snacks will be served.) Inquiry/Application: MAFGA TEL: 072-727-6912 Hosted by Minoh Cultural Center
Global Citizen Series #2 Lecture “Asia” within English -English loanwords of Asian origin and their historical background- ＊Bilingual lecture in English and Japanese＊ Identifying and studying the use of English loanwords that originated from Asia provides us with the opportunity to think about the history of interactions between the English-speaking world and Asian nations, and reflect upon the nature of linguistic and cultural exchange. Lecturer: Bo Tao Born in Shanghai and grew up in Osaka. After studying anthropology at Brown University (B.A.) and international relations at Fudan University (M.A.), […]
A variety of news from the Minoh Multicultural Center and the information on the community events are now available in four languages (English, Chinese, Korean and Japanese) on the ‘Minoh Multilingual’ facebook page. Please check https://www.facebook.com/multilingualminoh and let your friends know that!
Join a live Jazz Session at the comm café of the Minoh Multicultural Center with Itaru Oki (trumpet) and Makoto Sato (drums), performing a fusion of Parisian Jazz and east Mediterranean music. Date: Saturday, October 3rd (door open at 6pm, session start at 6:30pm) Theme: Living as a foreigner Guest performers: Sefer（Saz, Oud）＆Kiyotaka Moriuchi (‘darbukka’ percussion) Ticket price: \3,000 with one drink (\2,500 for an advance ticket) Venue: comm cafe at the Minoh Multicultural Center Ticket sale: the Minoh Multicultural Center (5-2-36 Onohara-Nishi, Minoh) Reservation: Mail to email@example.com at the Minoh Awareness of Multicultural Awareness(tel. 072-727-6912) with name, phone number and the […]
2015 First Aiai Salon Date: Wednesday 10th June, 1:30pm – 3pm Place: Aiai Room in Minoh Multicultural Center Fee: Free We will have a class to learn how to write calligraphy. You can make your own piece. Why don’t you take this opportunity? You can try and taste a traditional Japanese “Matcha” tea service. Come and join! Host: Toyokawaminami District Social Welfare Council of Minoh City Co-host: Minoh Association for Global Awareness(MAFGA) Tel：072-727-6912 Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 2015年度 第一次 爱爱沙龙 书法的「文字游戏」 时间：6月10日（星期三） 13:30～15:00 地点：あいあいルームとよみな（箕面市立多文化交流中心 地下一层） 讲师：书道メイト倶乐部 北田义一 先生 参加费： 免费 教我们用书法制作装饰性文字艺术。 大家一起来做属于自己的作品吧！ 当天还有日本茶道体验。等候您的参加。 主办： 丰川南小地区福祉会 协办： 箕面市国际交流协会 咨询： 箕面市立多文化交流中心 Tel：072-727-6912 Mail: email@example.com 2015년도 제1회 아이아이살롱 서도로 “글자놀이” 일시 : 6월10일(수) 13 : 30 ~ […]
A volunteer interpreter of English is available at Minoh City Hospital. Please inquire at the reception if necessary. Available days and time: Until March 31st 2015; Mondays and Tuesdays, 9:00 – 12:00, From April 1st 2015; Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 – 12:00. HP of Minoh City Hospital: http://www.minoh-hp.jp/PATIENTS/en_volunteer.html
Job Seminar 2014 As always, this year at the Mino City Center for Global Awareness, we are holding a job support seminar for foreigners who are working in Japan. While people may have skills, experience, and a strong desire to work well, it can be difficult getting a job due to differences in culture and language. This seminar is for people who are having these difficulties. From November, we will hold the seminar four times, and help foreign residents of Mino learn to write resumes and do interviews, do job counseling, and lastly hear the stories of those who found jobs and are working in Japan. At the seminar we […]
Hutt-Minoh 20th Anniversary This year, 20 years have passed since Mino and Hutt began their alliance toward international cooperation. To commemorate this, there was a ceremony held in Hutt City on January 31st. The ceremony was held in Hutt’s ‘Little Theater,’ and many people attended such as Mayor Ray Wallace of Lower Hutt, and many municipal representatives from Minoh including Mayor Tetsuro Kurata from Minoh City. Here at the center, we were able to watch the ceremony by Skype. We were able to participate in real time across the Pacific and talk with many of those who were in attendance.