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Tsukuba International Peace Celebration

Author:Author unknown, Issue: January 2001, Topic: Events

TISA, the Tsukuba International Students' Association of Tsukuba University, will celebrate their 20th anniversary as well as the beginning of the 21st Century. The event will take place at the Tsukuba International Congress Center in the Main Convention Hall on Sunday, Jan. 28 at 1 pm. The main theme of the event is "What can we do to realize a peaceful world?" With a national flag of each person's country in hand, people will pray for peace and happiness in all 192 countries of the world. As TISA has no affiliation with any particular political or religious organization, and so prayers will be done in each person's own way.

There will be several international events, such as a Wadaiko Japanese drum performance by the children of the Yoshinuma Nursery School, a Tsugaru Shamisen performance and Thai folk dances. All interested persons are encouraged to participate. There is no entrance fee. For further information, call Mr. Deng at 090-9309-3759 or email tisa-81[at]egroups.co.jp.

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