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March 01, 2024

GIIS Tokyo Kindergarteners Embrace Cultural Exchange with Japanese Peers

At GIIS Tokyo's SSD Campus, the spirit of cultural exchange came alive as our Kindergarten students extended a warm welcome to their peers from a local Japanese Kindergarten. This initiative provided a platform for students to come together and celebrate diversity through shared experiences.

The highlight of the exchange was a hands-on activity where our students had the pleasure of teaching their Japanese counterparts to create a Santa DIY model. With enthusiasm and creativity in full swing, children from both schools worked side by side, exchanging ideas and collaborating to bring their festive creation to life.

The joy and excitement were palpable as the young learners immersed themselves in the creative process. Guided by our students' expertise, their Japanese friends eagerly embraced the challenge, showcasing their ingenuity and artistic flair. Laughter filled the air as they navigated through the intricacies of crafting the Santa DIY model, turning it into a memorable and enjoyable learning experience for all.

Beyond the tangible outcomes of their efforts, this exchange fostered a sense of camaraderie and friendship among the children. As they bonded over shared interests and cultural traditions, barriers dissolved, and connections were forged that transcended language and nationality.

The Cultural Exchange Program at GIIS Tokyo's SSD Campus continues to be a testament to the power of education in promoting cross-cultural understanding and fostering global citizenship. Through initiatives like these, we remain committed to nurturing compassionate and culturally aware individuals who are ready to thrive in an interconnected world.

GIIS Tokyo Communications

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