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Asian Rural Institute Principal Tomoko Arakawa will be a guest speaker at the Takasaki movie screening and Rotary Club regular meeting.

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Asian Rural Institute Principal Tomoko Arakawa will be a guest speaker at the Takasaki movie screening and Rotary Club regular meeting. The documentary film “Sacchan, Welcome Home” is a film about Shoko Yajima, a doctor who devoted herself to medical care in Kamagasaki, a town of day laborers, and passed away at the young age of 34 in 2009. ……
“Sacchan, Welcome Home” is a documentary film about Shoko Yajima, who worked as a doctor in Kamagasaki. A screening will be held on April 27th (Saturday) at Tamago Hall, Takasaki City General Welfare Center. Tomoko Arakawa, Principal of Asian Rural Institute, will be speaking on the panel discussion as the principal of Asian Rural Institute, where international students from all over the world gather and study from diverse social environments.
Asian Rural Institute Principal Tomoko Arakawa will be the guest speaker at the screening of the movie “Sacchan, Welcome Back” in Takasaki on Saturday, April 27th. “Sacchan, Welcome Home” is a documentary film about Shoko Yajima, who worked as a doctor in Kamagasaki.
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international students from all over the world gather and study from diverse social environments. If you are interested, please contact us. (TEL: 080-6505-0108, EMAIL: yajibin108@gmail.com) Arakawa will give a lecture titled “Asia Rural Institute – The World’s Unique Rural Leader Training Project” at the Takasaki Rotary Club regular meeting tomorrow, April 3rd (Wednesday). I will also be giving a table talk.
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ARI Director Tomoko Arakawa will be a guest speaker at a movie screening and Rotary Club meeting in Takasaki
ARI Director Tomoko Arakawa will be the guest speaker at a screening of the film “Sacchan, Welcome Home” in Takasaki on Saturday, April 27.”Satchan, welcome back” is a documentary film about Sachiko Yajima, a doctor in Kamagasaki.Sachiko Yajima …a doctor who devoted herself to medical care in Kamagasaki, Nishinari-ku, Osaka City, a town of day laborers, without separating ordinary patients, people living on the streets, and the living poor.She passed away in 2009 at the young age of 34. We wonder how Sacchan’s heart, which genuinely faced any kind of people, was nurtured.- From the film screening pamphletArakawa will participate in the panel discussion as the Director of ARI, a school where international participants from all over the world, with diverse social environments, gather to learn.If you are interested, please contact us for more information. (tel: 080-6505-0108, email: yajibin108@gmail.com)Arakawa will also speak on “Asian Rural Institute – One World Rural Leaders Training Project” at the Takasaki Rotary Club meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, April 3.
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