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SCEAD International Global Village

SCEAD Global Village
Venue :Frazer Town Government school Bangalore INDIA
Date: September 2nd 2011
oranised by  Habba (Japan)

            As a member of SCEAD Foundation, I organize an event by myself for the first time.  The event is Global Village which is an event for foreign students to introduce their countries’ cultures.  When I arrived in India, I had thought what to do for SCEAD Foundation.  Three weeks later, an idea occurred to me, to organize global village.  Through teaching Japanese culture students in government school, I found foreign study is important for student in terms of bring up their diversity feeling.  However some schools SCEAD get involved in don’t understand how important it is.  I wanted to change it and make more children study more foreign cultures. 
            SCEAD Foundation has some foreign volunteer students and AIESEC I belong to also have many foreign students.  So I took advantage of this and tried to get involved in many foreign students.  
            When I tried to start global village, I didn’t feel it is easy to carry out this event.  I got foreign students’ information from AIESEC, and sent to about forty students but there were few people to help me.  Most of them were going to travel on Saturday so just one girl from Kenya told me she cooperated.

            I managed to gather people helping me, projector, and school I could do global village.  In this event, Korean, Greece, Kenya  Japanese  and Indian scead volunteers student participated and introduced our cultures.  I introduced SHUJI which is a class how beautiful we write symbol.  Greece girl introduced her country’s food.  Korean and Kenya girls introduced their culture as a whole.  About one hundred students visited this event, and they looked excited very much.  It made me relief.  I thought this event gives many positive impact children for sure.
            I am going back to Japan tomorrow, but I want SCEAD keep this event and improve situation of education.

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