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Computer Class

Author: Tsukuba Cultural Foundation, Issue: February 2007, Topic: Classes, Location: Tsukuba City

Tsukuba Cultural Foundation is organizing an I.T. (Information Technology) training seminar for foreign residents. You can learn how to input hiragana or katakana into a personal computer and send email in Japanese. Also learn the best way to find useful Japanese web sites from search engines. Everyone is welcome. (Sorry, no small children, please.)

The seminar will be in easy Japanese. English interpreter is available.

  • Date & time: February 4th (Sun.) 10:00a.m. to 12:00
  • Place: International Network Center
  • Member: 15 foreigners who live or work in Tsukuba
  • Lecturer: Mr. Kazuhiro Yamashima
  • Fee: 100 yen (text fee)
  • Application: By telephone or email

Registration & more information:
Tsukuba Cultural Foundation Tel.029-856-7007
Email class[AT]tsukubacity.or.jp

Source: TsukuBlog
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