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I want to know more about Korea and China! International understanding course by natives

Kawasaki International Center Holding period: 2020.10.10 ~ 2020.11.07
Ends in 18 days

「International understanding course in Korean and Chinese」

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(For intermediate level languages) Let's understand the culture of other countries better by listening to the story (without interpreter) with videos in Chinese and Korean by native speakers!

I want to know more about Korea and China! International understanding course by natives

International understanding course in Korean and Chinese
[Date / Time / Program]
《Korean》 October 10th (Sat) 13: 00-15: 00
"What is Korean drinking and dancing? Its history and culture"
Proof of the national character and powerful energy of Norinori! One of them, Korean drinking and dancing, will be explained from examples of Korean culture and society.
《Chinese》 November 7th (Sat) 10: 00-12: 00
"Recent Chinese Dramas and Their Social Phenomena"
Have you seen the big hits "Empresses in the Palace" (Empresses in the Palace), "Thirty" and "People's Name"? What are the meanings of "residual man" and "anti-corruption" that were popular in the drama? If you didn't know it, let's explore the world of Chinese drama together!
[Venue] Kawasaki International Center
《Korean》 Lee Yasufumi (I ・ Temun / from Seoul. Korean teacher, poet)
《Chinese》 Cao Li Hao (from Tianjin, China. Kawasaki City Goodwill International Student)
[Target] Korean / Chinese Intermediate and above (16 years and over)
[Capacity] 25 people each (first-come-first-served basis)
[Participation fee] ¥ 550 each
[How to apply] Dedicated# 008080; "rel =" noopener noreferrer "> Please let us know the following contents by using the web application form, e-mail, telephone, fax, and visit (Monday to Saturday 9:30 to 16:30. Closed on Sunday)
● Desired course / ● Name (furigana) / ● Phone number that can be contacted during the day / ● Email address
* Please check the official website for payment methods.
[Organizer] Kawasaki International Center (Kawasaki International Center)
[Inquiries] 044-435-7000 (Kawasaki International Center)
[Email] kiankawasaki@kian.or.jp
* We will take measures to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infection.

  • Kawasaki International Center
  • Kawasaki International Center
  • Kawasaki International Center

As the world continues to deepen international mutual understanding and cooperative relationships, local communities are also required to be internationalized. For this reason, in order to support the activities of citizens who are responsible for the internationalization of local communities and to promote exchanges and cooperation with many cities and citizens around the world with different languages, ethnic groups, and cultures, 1994 as a base for learning and practice "Kawasaki International Center" opens in Kizukigioncho, Nakahara-ku.

The facilities of Kawasaki International Center consist of the main building and annex on the 3rd floor above ground and 1st basement floor, and a Japanese-style annex. The main building has a hall and reception room where events, parties, and entertainment can be held, as well as meetings and various conferences. , There is a conference room that can be used for language courses. We also have a library / reference room where you can browse more than 15,000 books, newspapers, and magazines related to international exchange, and a cooking room where you can cook and taste the dishes of each country.

  • Address
    2-2 Kizukigioncho, Nakahara-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa
  • TEL
  • Business Hour
    [Reception hours] Daily from 9:00 to 21:00, facility inspection days from 9:00 to 18:00 (year-end and New Year holidays [12/29 to 1/3], excluding facility inspection days)
  • Parking Area
    Yes (58 units / center users only. Facility users are free for the first hour after warehousing.)