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2019 Mino Boston Exchange Program Begins!

The 2019 Mino Boston Exchange Program began on August 22, 2019. The members of the program gathered together at the Tokyo station. There, they took the Shinkansen, the Japanese bullet train, to Okazaki, where the YAMASA language school is located in. Unfortunately, Alexandra fell ill and could not continue with the program.


When they arrived at Okazaki, the members were picked up at the station and taken to the YAMASA language school. Then, they attended orientation to become familiar with the rules and expectations as students of the language school. Next, an opening ceremony was held to introduce the members to the school. At the ceremony, graduates of the school also gave out commencement speeches.


After the ceremony, Kumiko-San from the YAMASA language school gave the members a tour of the area, including coffee shops, the cafeteria, and so on. At the end of the tour, she brought the members to the student village where they will be residing in during the time at the YAMASA langua…
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2019 CEI Meeting

The members of the 2019 Mino-Boston Exchange Program gathered together on July 13, 2019 at Showa Boston to discuss the details of the itinerary.



At the meeting, the members introduced themselves to each other. Unfortunately, Lei Lek In and Julie Huynh could not attend the meeting, but Bob Graham was able to join the meeting through video chat.
During the meeting, each member received a handbook for the program. The handbook featured a welcome letter by CEI founder Mikiyo Hattori, a detailed schedule of the journey, and a self-evaluation template to reflect on the progress of one's goals during the program.
During the program, the CEI members will meet in Tokyo on August 22 and travel to Okazaki together. From there, the members will be attending the YAMASA language school from August 22 to August 31. Then, the members will stay in the city of Mino from August 31 to September 4.

Mino is a city located in the Gifu Prefecture. The city of Mino has earned a place in history as a center o…

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