SEE – August12th: Japanese students praise Egyptian teachers for their deep experiences in instructing the Arabic language to foreigners in Japan.
This came as the Egyptian cultural office in Tokyo revived the Arabic classes through two teaching courses for beginners and intermediates in Arabic language.
In the framework of cultural activities, the office organized a course for Japanese kids on the Hieroglyphs, which had positive impact over those participating, and many of them called for organizing another course for adults.
The office organized a lecture on ancient Egyptian history, mainly focusing on the Hieroglyphs, and highlighting Egypt as a tourist destination.
The office has organized as well a lecture on the cultural diplomacy and translation through the Arab-Japanese relations, presented by AlMo’men Abdullah, prof. at Tokyo university, where he shed the light over the significance of the Egyptian culture, where Egypt was the first middle Eastern country that establish a department for Japanese language in Cairo university. He pointed out to the fact that many Egyptian professors have contributed in the direct translation works between Arab and Japanese.
The office has opened as well a fair for the textile art in Coptic Egypt.