Hi, welcome back to the jblog!
The highlight of last meeting was the creation of the booths. Here are the booths that we have.
Food and Regions
Thats a pretty nice mix. At next meeting, more people will be able to join any of these groups or create a new group. A language booth might be pretty cool! Any other ideas??? But don't forget, we also have committees that help with certain roles for the Sakura Festival. For example, we have one for getting food, one for serving food, and one for setting up decorations. If you want to reserve your availability for one of these roles or be in both a committee and group, that is also good.
At the meeting, Wyatt showed us around the Kansai area in Japan. Osaka is the 2nd largest city in Japan that is well known for its delicious food. Kyoto has many temples, some very large and impressive. But Kyoto has a modern face too. In Kobe, there is a Chinatown. These are all good places to visit if you happen to be in the Kansai area.
The para-para practice has started this Monday. From what I hear, it is not really para-para so I need to stop calling it that. The performance is called One Room Disco and is by a group called Perfume. Soran Bushi also continued this Thursday. Progress is moving along nicely!
Finally the Japanese Study Session is also moving along. Students are receiving an interactive way of studying that compliments the learning process. I received a few e-mails from people that would like an alternative time. If you feel you would like that, we can setup a temporary 3rd time, just message me your interest. Regular times are 3:30-5:00 on both Tuesday and Wednesday in Lampasas 501.
Have a nice day!
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