Pacific and Caribbean Student Invitation Program 2019
This year was the fourth time the program has taken place; the students took mandatory Japanese language classes, and chose two from four electives such as ‘Japanese Companies and the Economy’, ‘Media and Current News in Japan’, ‘Japanese Education’, and ‘Modern Japanese Culture and Society’. Each elective had a corresponding field trip, interview, and presentation as part of the course in order to give them a deeper and more active understanding of Japanese economy, culture, media, and education.
Activities outside of school included trips around Tokyo and Kamakura on the weekends, organized by APIC. The students experienced something new every day, as this was first time in Japan for most of them. They visited Ueno Zoo, Sky Tree, and tried their hand at making plastic food models. In Kamakura they visited temples and shrines, ate local snacks, and enjoyed the old style of Kamakura’s houses and buildings.
(Making plastic food models)
Former participants of the ‘Micronesia Exposure Tour’ and APIC interns also joined in and volunteered to help chaperone the Tokyo and Kamakura sightseeing, creating a welcoming and exciting atmosphere while helping forge a bond between the Japanese students and exchange students.
- 2022.5.27 UPDATE
PROJECTS "APIC-MCT Cooperation Project -- Chuuk, FSM Water Storage Tank Support"
- 2022.5.25 UPDATE
EVENTS "Marshall Islands Appoints New Ambassador to Japan"
- 2022.5.20 UPDATE
EVENTS "The 384th Lecture Meeting Regarding Global Issues"
- 2022.4.21 UPDATE
EVENTS "The 383rd Lecture Meeting Regarding Global Issues"
- 2022.4.13 UPDATE
PROJECTS "3rd Term APIC-MCT Exchange Student Graduates"
- 2022.3.17 UPDATE
EVENTS "The 382nd Lecture Meeting Regarding Global Issues"
- 2022.2.17 UPDATE
EVENTS "The 381st Lecture Meeting Regarding Global Issues"
- 2022.3.1 UPDATE
PROJECTS "Barbados: A Walk through History (Part 4)"
- 2022.2.9 UPDATE
PROJECTS "Ambassador Update Series: Finishing My Service in Samoa (Part 1)"
- 2022.1.31 UPDATE
PROJECTS "Barbados: A Walk through History (Part 3)"