To mark the 70th year anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagazaki, there will be a Vigil to remember the victims of the bombings, and to highlight the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons.
Date: Thursday 6th August
For more information, click here to view the flyer.
JAFA would like to introduce you to the free English for Uni website. This website not only has materials to help you learn English; it also has information for Japanese learners of English and English learners of Japanese. The website features Japanese lecturer Kayoko Enomoto (The University of Adelaide) in the role of chef Harumi Kaga, hosting a cooking competition to help students ‘bake’ a perfect essay. You can also see a murder mystery filmed at Carrick Hill and a whodunit called ‘Stolen on the Outback Express’. And there are other videos around a TV talent contest, a millionaire game show and a version of SBS’s ‘If you are the one’. We’re sure you’ll enjoy watching the videos and using the materials.
JAFA's Kodomo No Hi Japan Festival is the biggest Japan festival in Adelaide with a 20 year history. The day is filled with Japan-related performances, exhibitions, activities, stalls and plenty of Japanese food.
The festival is over for another year. Thanks to everyone who made the day such a big success.
Festival Feedback - 3 Question Survey
So we can respond to feedback and improve the festival experience for patrons, it would be greatly appreciated if you would take a minute to complete this 3 question survey. Positive feedback and/or constructive criticism more than welcome!
Wednesday 22 July