On the first and second Saturdays (3rd and 10th March) 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.
In this month, our guest students from KIC are Mr. BAZIRAMWABO Gabriel (on the left of the photo） from the Republic of Rwanda and Mr. WANI, Nicholas Paul (on the right of the photo) from Republic of Sudan.
On March program , in addition to studying by guest students, we talk about the culture of each country, such as the names often attached to children.
And they are talking about research on the theme “Software that children of Rwanda learn programming using local language“ and “Using ICT for improving agriculture in South Sudan” which is being addressed at the graduate school.
Our regular personalities, Prof. Nsenda (Architect originally from Democratic Republic of Congo and graduated from Osaka university graduate school)
our regular personalities, Ms. Funayama (Left photo: Having worked in multiple African countries)
Japan (Official guide)
Kobe city in Japan
Graduate School of Information Technology Kobe Institute of Computing
After recording we went to loacal dining near FMYY.
This time we had AKASHIYAKI Octopus dumplings & KUSHI-KATSU a Japanese dish of deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables. Both of tease IAMANESE dishes First experience for them.