Today, we launched a blog site where our multi-national students write about Tokyo’s current situation and their student life in their mother languages.
It was created as a place where our multinational students can send information about Tokyo’s current situation, their school life and daily life, etc. to their families, friends and those in their home countries who worry about the learning environment in Tokyo after the Great East Japan Earthquake. The purpose is to send information to their home countries, so the posts aren’t written in Japanese, but their native languages. There are posts in English, Swedish, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Spanish, German, French, Norwegian and Indonesian at this moment. About five to ten students make teams and each of them will send information in elaborate and unique ways.
We would like to send information about the unchanged exciting Tokyo and real life of our students who keep studying as usual even after the 3.11 earthquake and Fukushima nuclear power plant accident to the world.