NUML hosts Japanese speech contest

Under the aegis of the Japanese Embassay


DNA December 13, 2018
PHOTO: EXPRESS

ISLAMABAD: A Japanese language debate was held at the National University of Modern Languages (NUML) under the aegis of the Japanese Embassay and the Japanese language department of Numl.

The debate gave Japanese language students an excellent opportunity to display their skills in the language.

Japenese Ambassador Takashi Kurai, and his spouse were the chief guests.

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The participants of the speech contest delivered their speeches fluently on variety of topics in Japanese language.

The speech contest was followed by the songs and drama skits performed by the students in Japanese language and won great applause from the audience.

Ambassador Kurai, appreciating the students said that he was very impressed by the way they had delivered their speeches, performed skits and songs in Japanese

While congratulating all of the participants, Ambassador Kurai said that today’s speech contest must have motivated them to enhance even further their knowledge of Japanese language and its culture.

“The dedication, zeal and hard work displayed by the participants today, demonstrates their love towards Japanese language and its culture,” said Ambassador Kurai.

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Ambassador thanked the management and teachers of Japanese language department of NUML for making continuous efforts to promote Japanese language in Pakistan and for encouraging their students to take part in activities which deepen their knowledge of Japanese language and culture.

Later Ambassador Kurai together with the Rector NUML gave away prizes and certificates to the winners of the speech contest.  

Published in The Express Tribune, December 13th, 2018.

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