A group of 5~7 Yamato-nishi High School students and 1 Malaysian student studying in Japan will be in one team. Yamato-nishi students will guide the Malaysian student and explain Japanese culture and information about the town & places around Yokohama city by using English. The route will be fixed beforehand. Yamato-nishi High School students will be divided into 2 groups. Malaysian students will join a different group both in the morning and in the afternoon session. (Refer table below)
|Malaysian||24~26 univ. students||24~26 univ. students|
|9:00||Assemble at Yokohama Stadium and check the schedule|
|9:30||Malaysian students meet with the Yamato-nishi High School students (AM teams)|
|AM||Yamato-nishi students on each team (containing 1 Malaysian student) guide the Malaysian student around Yokohama to places where they research beforehand. Communication language during this time is limited to English only so that the Yamato-nishi students will try to communicate in English.|
|12:30||Each team goes to JICA and have their lunch there. AM session ends here.|
|12:45||Each PM teams staying at JICA in the morning meets with Malaysian students.|
|PM||Yamato-nishi students on each team (containing 1 Malaysian student) guide the Malaysian student around Yokohama to places where they research beforehand. Communication language during this time is limited to English only so that the Yamato-nishi students will try to communicate in English.|
|15:30||PM programs ends and all group gathers at Yokohama Stadium. The Yokohama Brother & Sisters program ends and all staff & students are dismissed.|
*Participants will be given transportation and food subsidy in total of ¥3,000 per person. Plus, the school also are giving ¥5,000 for each participants as a token of appreciation! So in total you will get ¥8,000!!!
*Limited to first 26 participants only!!! Registration will close once we reach the numbers (inclusive of organizing committee members) or on 17th April 2012 Thursday, 2359 hours, whichever is earlier.
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