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Coffee Hour: Turkey And Japan

Author:Author unknown, Issue: April 1998, Topic: Coffee hour

From April, the monthly Coffee Hour at the Tsukuba Information Center will be held at a new time, changing from the second to the fourth Wednesday of each month. The time, however, will remain the same, 2 to 4 pm. This monthÕs theme will be Turkey and Japan, with Neslihan Saglam, a native of Turkey, giving a presentation. Ms. Saglam had been an English lecturer for 8 years, and has been working in Tsukuba for the past 8 months. At the International Speech Contest held in Mito at the end of January, she placed third in the competition with her talk in Japanese entitled ŌTurkey and Japan are relatives, arenÕt they?Ķ It was mainly about the similarities between Turkish and Japanese culture. This time, however, she will give the same presentation in English as well as show a video program about Turkey.

As always, free coffee, tea and snacks are served, and you are free to come and go as you please. DonÕt miss this good opportunity to make friends and acquaintances.

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