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112 112 2006/12/08 April 2007 Visas, Construction, Car Accidents, JLPT
Things Japanese: Omiyage
Staff Interview: Katsuhiku Kurita (Teacher, AIJP)

111 111 2006/11/10 April 2007 Visas, New Eiden Location, More Construction, JLPT, Halloween Party Aftermath
Things Japanese: "Happoshu"
Student Interview: Maxime Capron
Shiga Kogen (Nagano) & Ueno Toshogu (Tokyo)

110 110 2006/10/20 Airports, Construction, Kurashinogakkou
Things Japanese: "Solar Energy"
Staff Interview: Rie Kawakita (Housing)
Mount Hiei (Kyoto) & Numazu (Shizuoka)

109 109 2006/10/02 New this, New that...
Things Japanese: "Sumo"
Student Interview: Aaron Burnett
Hamarikyuu Gardens (Tokyo) & Skiing in Niseko (Hokkaido)

108 108 2006/05/19 October 2006, Summer Housing, Festivals and travel...
Things Japanese: "Kendo!"
Student Interview: Elizabeth Hahn
Tokugawa Art Museum (Aichi), Shikabe Geyser (Hokkaido)

107 107 2006/05/10 October 2006, Summer Housing, CALL Seminars, Coming Events...
Things Japanese: "Golden Week"
Student Interview: Louise Evans
Meijimura (Aichi), Brown Bears (Hokkaido)

106 106 2006/04/21 October 2006, Summer Housing, Sapporo deadlines, Kokusaibu, Private lessons crunch, Golden Week, Coming Events...
Things Japanese: "Hanami"
Student Interview: Chia-An Li
Horai Senmaida (Aichi), Shiretoko (Hokkaido)

105 105 2006/02/27 Sapporo applications closed, April 2006 Student Visas & Housing allocation, Demolition Job redux, Speech Contest, Coming events, Snow...
Things Japanese: "Kafunshou"
Student Interview: Chris Resnik
Heliskiing (Nagano), Matsumae (Hokkaido)

104 104 2006/01/13 Sapporo deadlines moving forward, Yamamoto House, Tuition increase, "Big Snow", Demolition Job.
Things Japanese: "Koureika"
Student Interview: Robert Jansson
Nagahama (Shiga), Okurayama (Hokkaido)

103 103 2005/12/16 Student Visas, Program dates/holidays, Yamamoto House, Internet Connectivity, JLPT, Study Japanese in Sapporo, City Guide
Things Japanese: Ramen!
Student Interview: Stephanie Tan
Jigokudani (Nagano), Otaru (Hokkaido)

102 102 2005/12/01 Student Visas, Program dates/holidays, Yamamoto House, Internet Connectivity, JLPT, Study Japanese in Sapporo, City Guide
Things Japanese: Kouyou!
Student Interview: Chris McLaughlin
Historical Village (Hokkaido) Meiji Jingu (Tokyo)

101 101 2005/01/31 Visa, Discovery, Jichinsai & Residence Hane, Guidebook is fixed.
Things Japanese: Onsen (in Okazaki, and elsewhere)
Student Interview: Yeo Sze En-shin
Sapporo Dome (Hokkaido) and Japan Ukiyoe Museum (Nagano)

100 100 2005/01/16 Visa, Discovery, Okazaki Guidebook, Billiard Table Fund, New Apartments.
Student Interview: Chris Wright
Kofukuji (Nara) and Matsushiro World War II tunnels (Nagano)

99 99 2004/12/02 Okazaki Guidebook, Typhoons etc, Bulldozers, New Caretaker, JLPT
Student Interview: David Chart
Hakodate (Hokkaido) and Zenkouji (Nagano)

98 98 2004/04/26 Things to do, Internet Access, Coin Laundry, "best-of-the-web", Summer Courses/Events
Student Interview: Aaron Litvin
Tenryu-ji (Kyoto), Gozaisho-Dake (Mie)

97 97 2004/03/28 Things to do, Sakura! Ieyasu Parade, Changes to the Bar
Student Interview: Barbara Whooley
Hozoji, Kasuga Taisha

96 96 2004/02/26 Things to do, Jobs, Ieyasu Parade, Sayonara Patty Lo!
Staff Interview: Kyoko Hayashi
Japanese Customs, Superstitions and Famous People: Tea ceremony, Morning Musume, Bad luck whilst you are eating

95 95 2004/01/30 Things to do, OCJS Price Change, Tour Schedule
Student Interview: Erna Tonsberg
Japanese Customs, Superstitions and Famous People: Tea ceremony, Konishiki Yasokichi, Bad luck whilst your eating

94 94 2004/01/16 New Years greetings, things to do, OCJS price change
Student Interview: Gina Carol Tokuchi Tapia
Japanese Customs, Superstitions and Famous People: Giving and receiving gifts, Akashiya Sanma, Funeral cars

93 93 2003/12/19 Xmas and New Year greetings News, Yamasa Bulletin Board, Things to do, Winter 2003/4 Tour Schedule
Student Interview: Lars Johansen
Japanese Customs, Superstitions and Famous People: How to eat, Morita Akio, Things that are unlucky

92 92 2003/12/05 JLPT, News, Yamasa Bulletin Board, Job Listings, Things to do, Winter 2003/4 Tour Schedule
2004/5 program dates & prices available, applications open.
Student Interview: Chi-En Huang
Japanese Customs, Superstitions and Famous People

91 91 2003/11/21 Yamasa Bulletin Board, Things to do, Autumn 2003 Tour Schedule.
2004/5 program dates & prices available, applications open.
Staff Interview: Noriko Fukuta
Japanese Customs, Superstitions and Famous People

90 90 2003/11/07 Campus News, Yamasa Bulletin Board, Things to do, Autumn 2003 Tour Schedule.
2004/5 program dates & prices available, applications open
Student Interview: Chan Kar Nang Sherman
Japanese Customs, Superstitions and Famous People
Things Japanese: An Alternative "Japanese" Proficiency Test

89 89 2003/10/24 New features, Campus News, Yamasa Bulletin Board, Things to do, Autumn 2003 Tour Schedule.
2004/5 program dates & prices available, applications open
Student Interview: David Morf
Japanese Customs, Superstitions and Famous People

88 88 2003/10/10 The first bits: Important student visa announcement, Things to do, Job listings.
April 2004 Visa Applications Now Open
Student Interview: Li-Pin Huang

87 87 2003/09/26 The first bits: Tour dates and prices, Job Listings, Things to do.
April 2004 Visa Applications Now Open
Staff Interview: Yoko Kitamura

86 86 2003/09/13 The first bits: Tour dates and prices, Job Listings, Things to do.
April 2004 Visa Applications Now Open
Student Interview: Monika Waronska

85 85 2003/09/02 The first bits: Student Visa applications approved, New tour dates and prices, Job Listings
April 2004 Visa Applications Now Open
Student Interview: Mi-yun Park

84 84 2003/08/17 The first bits: Typhoons, Summer Festivals, New tour dates and prices, Job Listings
April 2004 Visa Applications Now Open
Staff Interview: Patty Lo

83 83 2003/08/01 The first bits: Summer Festivals, New tour dates and prices, Job Listings
April 2004 Visa Applications Now Open
Student Interview: Duncan Bullock

82 82 2003/07/18 The first bits: Jon on Holiday!, Things to do, Mikoshi Festival, Job Listing
April 2004 Visa Applications Now Open
Student Interview: Robert Englin

81 81 2003/07/04 The first bits: Things to do, Travel destinations, Summer festivals, Travel destinations
Student Interview: Muniandi Vijayalakshmi
Japan Guide: Takayama and Gero Onsen

80 80 2003/06/20 The first bits: Things to do, New Program Catalog & Course, Travel destinations
Staff Interview: Yumi Kondo
Things Japanese: Cellphones

79 79 2003/06/06 The first bits: Things to do, New Program Catalog & Course, Travel destinations
Student Interview: Aziza Zakhidova
Things Japanese: A History of Japanese Cuisine

78 78 2003/05/22 The first bits: SARS update, Things to do, New Program Catalog & Course, Travel destinations
Student Interview: Lim Ling Khim
Things Japanese: Weddings (Part 2)

77 77 2003/05/09 The first bits: SARS update, Things to do, New Program Catalog & Course, Travel destinations
Student Interview: Karin Ohashi
Things Japanese: Weddings

76 76 2003/04/25 The first bits: SARS notice, New Program Catalog & Course, Events, Travel destinations
Staff Interview: Sayumi Kuroda
Japan Guide: Nanzenji

75 75 2003/04/11 The first bits: New admissions coordinator, New Program Catalog & Course, Events, Travel destinations, OCJS Passwords, Free Japanese Classes.
Student Interview: Heikki Ruuska

74 74 2003/03/28 The first bits: Events, Ski-ing, Travel destinations, OCJS Passwords, Free Japanese Classes.
Student Interview: Vivien Oelberg
Japan Guide: Ujigami Jinja - Kyoto

73 73 2003/03/14 The first bits: Events, Ski-ing, Travel destinations, OCJS Passwords, Free Japanese Classes.
Student Interview: Tomas O Canainn
Japan Guide: Happo One

72 72 2003/02/28 The first bits: Portuguese homepage, New International Office Staff, Ski-ing, Travel destinations, "Penis Festival", OCJS Passwords, Free Japanese Classes.
Staff Interview: Shihkuei Huang (Peter)
Japan Guide: Tsugaike Kohgen

71 71 2003/02/14 The first bits: Fire Festival, Ski-ing, Travel destinations, "Penis Festival", OCJS Passwords, Origami and free Japanese Classes.
Student Interview: Andrew Clemens
Japan Guide: Hatcho Miso

70 70 2003/02/02 The first bits: Fire Festival, Ski-ing, Travel destinations, "Penis Festival", OCJS Passwords, Origami and free Japanese Classes.
Student Interview: Jacques Trudeau
Japan Guide: Matsumoto Castle

69 69 2003/01/17 The first bits: Ski-ing, Bowling Tournament, Travel destinations, OCJS Passwords, Origami and free Japanese Classes.
Student Interview: Ya-Ching Xu
Japan Guide: Heian Jingu

68 68 2002/12/21 The first bits: Christmas and New Year greetings, Travel destinations, OCJS Passwords, Origami and free Japanese Classes.
Staff Interview: Yuka Konno
Japan Guide: Tokyo DisneySea

67 67 2002/12/06 The first bits: Spanish language homepage, Travel destinations, OCJS Passwords, Origami and free Japanese Classes.
Student Interview: Christian Ramirez
Japan Guide: Okutono Jinya

66 66 2002/11/22 The first bits: German language homepage, Travel destinations, OCJS Passwords, Origami and free Japanese Classes.
Student Interview: July Teh
Japan Guide: Ise Grand Shrines

65 65 2002/11/08 The first bits: Travel destinations, red leaves, OCJS Passwords, Origami and free Japanese Classes.
Student Interview: Alejandro Silva
Japan Guide: Sekigahara

64 64 2002/10/29 The first bits: Travel destinations, Nagoya Marathon, OCJS Passwords, Free Japanese Classes.
Staff Interview: Tomas Cermak
Japan Guide: Yunomine Onsen

63 63 2002/10/11 The first bits: Travel destinations, Nagoya Marathon, OCJS Passwords, Free Japanese Classes, Okazaki Festa 2002.
Student Interview: Gisele Hirata
Japan Guide: Asuke Castle

62 62 2002/09/27 The first bits: Online Center for Japanese Studies, Things To Do, Okazaki Festa 2002, OCJS Passwords.
Student Interview: Karon Saito
Japan Guide: Muro-ji

61 61 2002/09/13 The first bits: Online Center for Japanese Studies, Things To Do, Japanese Driving Licence.
Student Interview: Jostein Edvardsen
Japan Guide: Sanjusangendo

60 60 2002/08/30 The first bits: Online Center for Japanese Studies, Things To Do, Japanese Language Proficiency Test, discount train travel.
Staff Interview: Nana Hoshino
Japan Guide: Ryoanji Temple

59 59 2002/08/16 The first bits: Online Center for Japanese Studies, Things To Do, Japanese Language Proficiency Test, discount train travel.
Student Interview: Fay Yuan Chen
Japan Guide: Seto City

58 58 2002/08/03 The first bits: Online Center for Japanese Studies, Things To Do, JETRO test, Mt Fuji Trip, discount train travel.
Student Interview: Matthew Sidgwick
Japan Guide: Gion (Kyoto)

57 57 2002/07/19 The first bits: Things To Do, Summer festivals, JETRO test, Mt Fuji Trip, discount train travel.
Staff Interview: Kikuyo Furukawa
Japan Guide: Ayu Fishing

56 56 2002/07/05 The first bits: Things To Do, World Cup review, JETRO test, Summer festivals Mt. Fuji trip.
Student Interview: Adriana Jane da Rosa
Things Japanese: World Cup Review
Japan Guide: Hikone and Lake Biwa

55 55 2002/06/22 The first bits: Things To Do, World Cup update, JETRO test, Mt. Fuji trip, Online Dictionary.
Student Interview: Dean Abadzic
Japan Guide: Todai-ji Temple
54 54 2002/06/08 Kurzinfos: Dinge die man machen kann, Ofuro Bar ist nun geöffnet, Gratis die Fussballweltmeisterschaft anschauen, Online Wörterbuch.
Studenten Profil: Tserendamba Lkhagvasuven
Dinge in Japan: Surfing
Japanführer: Neiraku Museum & Isuien Garten

53 53 2002/05/25 Kurzinfos: Wichtige Mitteilung, Tag der offenen Tür in der Asahi Brauerei, Ausflug zu, Berg Fuji, Arbeit in der Ofuro Bar, Gratis japanisch Unterricht, Online Wörterbuch
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Saori Yamada
Dinge in Japan: Fussball WM Fieber
Japanführer: Asahi Brauerei

52 52 2002/05/11 Kurzinfos: Gratis Noh Performance, Fussball Weltmeisterschaft Aufwärmspiele, Tag der offenen Tür in der Asahi Brauerei, Ausflug zu, Berg Fuji, Arbeit in der Ofuro Bar, Gratis japanisch Unterricht, Online Wörterbuch
Studenten Profil: Oded Shimoni
Japanführer: Byoudou-in Tempel

51 51 2002/04/27 Kurzinfos: Grosse Eröffnung der Okazaki Konzert Halle, Tag der offenen Tür in der Asahi Brauerei, Arbeit in der Ofuro Bar, Gratis japanisch Unterricht, Online Wörterbuch
Studenten Profil: Kornelis-Jan Woltjer
Japanführer: Byoudou-in Temple

50 50 2002/04/12 Kurzinfos: Grosse Eröffnung der Okazaki Konzert Halle, Arbeit in der Ofuro Bar, Abfall recyclen, Gratisunterricht Online Wörterbuch
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Yukiko Iijima
Japanführer: Sapporo Snow Festival (Part 2)

49 49 2002/03/30 Kurzinfos: Okazaki Konzert Halle, Ofuro Bar update, Abfall RFecycling, günstige Zugbillete, Skifahren in Hakuba und Gifu Ken, Neues Acceleration Format
Studenten Profil: Glenn Siquian
Japanführer: Sapporo Snow Festival

48 48 2002/03/15 Kurzinfos: Ausstellungen in Museen, günstige Zugbillete, Skifahren in Hakuba und Gifu Ken, Neues Acceleration Format
Studenten Profil: Francois Brunner
Japanführer: Sapporo

47 47 2002/03/01 Kurzinfos: Hinamatsuri, Okazaki Konzert Hall, Hochzeiten, günstige Zugbillete, Skifahren in Hakuba und Gifu Ken, Neues Acceleration Format
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Toshiyuki Nakajima
Japanführer: Sapporo

46 46 2002/02/15 Kurzinfos: Hadaka Matsuri, Ume Blossoms, günstige Zugbillete, Skifahren in Hakuba und Gifu Ken, Neues Acceleration Format
Studenten Profil: Jiraporn Supachartkaisorn
Japanführer: Ginkakuji Tempel (Kyoto)

45 45 2002/02/02 Kurzinfos: Feuer Festival, Kyogen, Skifahren in Hakuba und Gifu Ken, Neues Acceleration Format, Online Wärterbuch, Rückvergütungen, Jobs
Studenten Profil: Peter Cioccarelli
Japanführer: Himeji Castle

44 44 2002/01/19 Kurzinfos: Skifahren in Hakuba und Gifu Ken, Neues Acceleration Format, Online Wärterbuch,Rückvergütungen, Jobs.
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Tadashi Sugita
Japanführer: Ginkakuji Temple (Kyoto)

The 2002/01/03 edition was not be published due to "Oshougatsu"

43 43 2001/12/20 Kurzinfos: Weihnachts Party, Radio Show, Weihnachten und Neujahr, Shodo Unterricht.
Studenten Profil: Haruko Awakon
Japanführer: Yakushima

42 42 2001/12/08 Kurzinfos: JLPT, OIA Redewettbewerb, Weihnachts Party, Beethoven Konzert, Shodo Unterricht.
Studenten Profil: Sylvie Nay
Dinge in Japan: Yose Theater

41 41 2001/11/22 Kurzinfos: Nagoya Motor Show, Live Konzert im Rockinn, Party im Broome, Wo sind sie nun??, Shodo Unterricht.
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Noriko Terada
Dinge in Japan: Soccer World Cup 2002

40 40 2001/11/10 Kurzinfos: FM Okazaki DJ, Latin party, klassisches Konzert, Wo sind sie nun??, Shodo Unterricht.
Studenten Profil: Kelly Duke
Japanführer: Inuyama Castle

39 39 2001/10/26 Kurzinfos: Halloween Party, Suzuka F1 Grand Prix, Tomei Autobahn Unterhaltsarbeiten
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Tatsuya Kato
Dinge in Japan: Zen Buddhism

38 38 2001/10/13 Kurzinfos: Roger Boisvert, Kotomitsuki, Schnee auf dem Berg Fuji, Tagesausflug nach Sekigahara, Shodo (japanische Kalligraphie) Lektionen, Formel 1 Grand Prix in Suzuka
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: John Agapiou (Discovery)
Dinge in Japan: Ukai

37 37 2001/09/15 Kurzinfos: New York/Washington, Tischtennis, Inuyama Konzert, Sekigahara Ausflug
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Chieko Hase (SILAC)
Dinge in Japan: Tanuki

36 36 2001/09/07 Kurzinfos: Die Bar!, Neue Homepage
Studenten Profil: Steffen Lehmann (AIJP)
Japanführer: Takisanji Temple

35 35 2001/08/24 Kurzinfos: Taifune, Japanese Language Proficiency Test
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Toh Bansho (Vize President)
Dinge in Japan: Kabuki

34 34 2001/08/10 Kurzinfos: Sommer Festivals, Fussball, Indonesische Homepage
Studenten Profil: Anastasia Katsourbyi (SILAC - Russia)
Dinge in Japan: Baseball

33 33 2001/07/27 Kurzinfos: Ausflug zum Berg Fuji, Sommer Festival, Student Village Internet Verbindung.
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Ken Uchida (Administrator - Student Affairs)
Dinge in Japan: Feuerwerk

32 32 2001/07/13 Kurzinfos: komisches Essen, JLPT Test Anmeldung - mehr Informationen, Ausflug zum Fluss Yahagi
Studenten Profil: Martin Hansson - (AIJP Sweden)
Japanführer: Universal Studios Japan

31 31 2001/06/29 Kurzinfo: Diäten, JLPT Test Anmeldungstermin, Tennis Club mit sozialem Anschluss, Bilder der Abschlussfeier des 2001 Frühlingssemester, Studenten Videos,
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Mai Sakamoto, AIJP Lehrerin
Dinge in Japan: Sumo

30 30 2001/06/15 Kurzinfo: Chinesische Homepage, Universal Studios Japan, Schnelles Fahren
Studenten Profil: So Chi Wai (Winnie), AIJP
Japanführer: Toyota Motor Company

29 29 2001/06/01 Kurzinfo: JET Seite, Ausflug zum Berg Fuji
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Eriko Onishi, SILAC Faculty
Dinge in Japan: Geisha

28 28 2001/05/18 Kurzinfo: Tennis Club mit sozialem Anschluss und "Streaming Radio Test"
Studenten Profil: Helena Simmonds, AIJP
Dinge in Japan: Noh Theater

Die 2001/05/04 wird wegen der "Golden Week" nicht erscheinen

27 27 2001/04/20 Kurzinfo: Ieyasu Parade und "FM Okazaki"
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Erina Kato, OCJS
Japanführer: Daijuji

26 26 2001/04/06 Kurzinfo: Sakura da!, FM Okazaki and "die neue Bar"
Studenten Profil: Hugo Britos, SILAC
Dinge in Japan: Yakuza

25 25 2001/03/23 Kurzinfo: Willkommen: Jon Walden
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Euan McKay Zulassungsverantwortlicher
Japanführer: Autofahren in Japan

24 24 2001/03/09 Kurzinfo: Neuer Zulassungsverantwortlicherr: Jon Walden
Studenten Profil: Cristina Elia, Italien, SILAC Program
Japanführer: Magome to Tsumago Spaziergang

23 23 2001/02/23 Kurzinfo: Neuer Admissions Koordinator, Yamasa Sprachwettbewerb
Studenten Profil: Kim Ei-ran, China, AJSP Program
Japanführer: Der Berg Fuji

22 22 2001/02/09 Kurzinfo: Lieblingswort; Jobs and Praktikum; Rabatte für Ehemalige
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Tomoe Ban, AIJP Programm Koordinatorin
Japanführer: Seto-Shi

21 21 2001/01/26 Kurzinfo: Schnee in Okazaki
Studenten Profil: Lin Jun Chi Allan, Taiwan. SILAC Programm 4 Wochen
Japanführer: Shirakawa-Go

20 20 2001/01/12 Redaktionelles: Reisen in Japan
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Oyama Megumi, SILAC Faculty teacher
Japanführer: Kurze Einführung zu Hiroshima

19 19 2000/12/29 Redaktionelles
Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Yoshio Hattori, President, The Hattori Foundation
Dinge in Japan: Oshougatsu (Japanisches Neujahr)

18 18 2000/12/15 Redaktionelles
Karrieren mit Yamasa

17 17 2000/12/01 Redaktionelles
Dinge in Japan: Kaiten Zushi von Josh Wilbur

16 16 2000/11/17 Japanführer: Das Schloss Okazaki von Stephen Wykes
Japanführer: Oku Mikawa no Hana Matsuri

15 15 2000/11/02 Studenten Profil: Daniel Ebeling
Dinge in Japan: Matsutake Pilze

14 14 2000/10/20 Studenten Profil: Stephanie Weng
Dinge in Japan: Müll sortieren

13 13 2000/10/06 Mitarbeiter-Interview: Umemura Masayo
Dinge in Japan: Compa and Omiai
Japanführer: Hatcho Miso

12 12 2000/09/22 Studenten Profil: Song Moon Beum
Dinge in Japan: Taifune
Japanführer: Kunizakari Sake Museum

11 11 2000/09/08 Studenten Profil: Eva Rudert
Dinge in Japan: Otogawa yana
Japanführer: Arimatsu Shibori

10 11 2000/08/25 Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Yoko Hikosaka
Dinge in Japan: Boom!
Japanführer: Wildwasserfahrten in Gifu

9 9 2000/08/11 Studenten Profil: David Lee (USA)
Dinge in Japan: Coiffure
Japanführer: Das Okazaki Feuerwerk

8 8 2000/07/28 Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Yokozawa Norikazu
Dinge in Japan: Mori-awase!
Omikoshi! Das Highlight des Jahres

7 7 2000/07/14 Studenten Profil: Joyce Ng
Dinge in Japan: PACHINKO!
Aoi Hall: Wir bauen eine bessere Zukunft

6 6 2000/06/30 Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Kyoko Kurokawa
Dinge die man in Okazaki tun kann

5 5 2000/06/16 Studenten Profil: Zoltan Heredi
Unterkünfte in Japan

4 4 2000/06/02 Die Yamasa Mitarbeiter: Saori Suzuki
Ein Visa für Japan bekommen: Bürgen
Homepage Wettbewerb - Gewinnen Sie 140,000 Yen

3 3 2000/05/20 Acceleration Programm
Vorbereitungen für Japan- Geld, Strom, Telefon
Wo in Japan? Karten die Online sind

2 2 2000/05/05 Discovery Programm E Tour Itinerary
Online Japanese Resources
Wie Sie Ihrem Computer beibringen japanisch zu lesen

1 1 2000/04/21 Entdeckungsreise Update
FOCUS: SILAC Programm (Short Intensive Language Acquisition Course)
STAFF FOCUS: neuer Admissions Coordinator
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