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Coffee Hour: Living And Raising A Child In Different Cultures

Author: Tsukuba Information Center, Issue: November 2006, Topic: Coffee Hour

  • Date & Time: Wednesday, November 22 14:00~16:00
  • Place: Tsukuba Information Center (Azuma 1-10-1)
  • Guest Speaker: Ms. Godor Zsuzsanna (Hungary)
  • Language: English with Japanese translation

Do you have experience living or raising a child in a foreign culture? There are many different cultures and value systems vary according to the individual.

Ms. Godor Zsuzsanna was born in Hungary and lived there until she was 12. She then moved to Germany when she was 13, and then to Canada by the time she turned 14. Since then, she has experienced living in various countries and seeing different cultures. In 2000, she came to Japan to work as an English teacher. Later, she married a Japanese man and now she has year-old son.

Ms. Godor will tell us about how she feels living in different countries, her experiences of delivering and raising a child in a foreign country as well as how her identity developed in multi-national settings.

For further information:

Ibaraki International Association Tsukuba Office
TEL: 029-852-6789

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