Free Wi-Fi connection service is provided at the times of disasters by au, softbank docomo, etc. If you see “00000JAPAN” at the top of the Wi-Fi list on your mobile phone, just tap it. No password will be required. Para sa oras ng kalamidad maging kapaki, Pakinabang tandaan lang po na meron Free-WiFi connection service. Sa Au, Softbank, docomo, at sa euternet.
On the first and second Saturdays (6th and 13th October) from 4pm to 4:30 in Japanese and from 4:30 to 5pm in English, KIC students from Africa share their stories about what has surprised them once in Kobe, Japan, what they have found out through their life there, and other things they found intriguing and mind-blowing in Kobe or in Japan in general.On October program, they are talking about Typhoon in September.And, besides their research at the graduate school, they are talking about what they want to take to home country from Japan.
今月のアフリカからの留学生は、写真の左の方がルワンダ共和国からのガブリエル（NDUWAYEZU GABRIEL）、そして左の方がナイジェリア連邦共和国からのアキームさん（OYELEKE AKEEM IDOWU）です。 ガブリエルさんは、修士１年生ですので、日本に来て1年が過ぎたところです。アキームさんは、この９月に２年間の過程を無事に終了しました。
In this month, our guest students from KIC are Mr. OYELEKE AKEEM IDOWU (on the right of the photo） from Federal Republic of Nigeria and Mr. NDUWAYEZU GABRIEL (on the left of the photo) from Republic of Rwanda.
They are with our regular personalities, Ms. Funayama (Left photo: Having worked in multiple African countries) and Prof. Nsenda (Architect originally from Democratic Republic of Congo and graduated from Kyoto university graduate school).