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Japanese teachers at the Polish Embassy in Tokyo


Joanna Mika-Hadelka, Hideyuki Baba 2008-11-15

Teachers from the Education Institute for Private Schools in Japan at the Embassy of Poland in Tokyo.
Image:Hideyuki Baba
Teachers from the Education Institute for Private Schools in Japan at the Embassy of Poland in Tokyo.

Every year in summer the Educational Institute for Private Schools in Japan http://www.shigaku.or.jp/, holds the annual convention lasting two days. Some fifty teachers meet and exchange ideas after welcoming honoured guest speakers. To do so they visit embassies in Tokyo to know the education, culture, history, customs and the society of the country.

This year the Education Institute for Private Schools in Japan with its Chairman of the International Relations Committee Mr Yoshio Noguchi 野口由雄, decided to visit the Embassy of Poland in Tokyo. The purpose was to let teachers from all parts of Japan enhance their knowledge on Poland as well as the Polish Embassy and its activities.

lecture on Poland, its history, culture and education

The second Secretary and the Cultural and Educational Attache Ms Bozena Socha in the Poland Embassy giving a lecture on Poland, its history, culture and education.
Image:Hideyuki Baba
The second Secretary and the Cultural and Educational Attache Ms Bozena Socha in the Poland Embassy giving a lecture on Poland, its history, culture and education.

Hideyouki Baba who was in charge of the visit to the Polish embassy in Tokyo thanked the coordinators of the Young Diplomats project for help in contacting the Emabassy:

'Our trip to the Polish Embassy was successful.
All the participants were very happy to join this program. The Second Secretary and the Cultural and Educational Attache Ms Bozena Socha welcomed us warmly and treated us as honoured guests.' 

'We enjoyed the trip very much. Thank you very much for your painful assistance for our successful project.' -  said Hideyouki Baba teacher of the Keio Girls' High School in Tokyo.

The Second Secretary of the Polish Embassy in Tokyo

The Second Secretary of the Polish Embassy in Tokyo - Ms Bozena Socha
Image:Hideyuki Baba
The Second Secretary of the Polish Embassy in Tokyo - Ms Bozena Socha


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