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Day Program Day program (Click Word Version)

9:00am - 9:15am Opening Ceremonies with
Rick Brown, CSUS Provost;
Leonard Valdez, Director Multi Cultural Center;
Marjorie Gelus, Chair, FLD
9:30am - 10:20am Workshop 1
10:30am - 11:20am Workshop 2
11:30m - 12:50pm Noon Activities (Music, Dance, & Food)
1:00pm - 1:50pm Workshop 3
2:00pm - 2:50pm Workshop 4
3:00pm - 3:50pm Workshop 5
4:15pm Closing Ceremonies
"Chong Som" Vietnamese dance
Join us "Parade of Nations"
Wear your Ethnic Clothing & Traditional Dress!

2005 PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS

JOB CAREER WORKSHOPS

10:30 - 11:20

  • Language Careers with the FBI (Eureka 101)
    Meet agents who speak many languages. By Nancy Wedick of the FBI

1:00 - 1:50

  • Careers in Foreign Language as an Interpreter
    By Mr. Glasser, World Services Careers

2:00 - 2:50

  • Anything you wanted to know about court interpreting
    By Mr. Mike Cline

AFRICAN

9:30 - 10:20
  • Music & rhymes of Africa (Eureka 101)
    To describe music and rhymes of Africa , and how they are used both as music and means of communication. By Prof. Beatrice Kelley, California State University at Sacramento

1:00 - 1:50

  • Ngoma Drumming from Uganda (Library Quad)
    Your will learn about Ugandan music and drumming. The presenter will show traditional instruments and perform and play examples throughout, and discuss language and how it plays a major role in Ugandan society and music. Lecture and demonstration by Mr. Brent Chancellor, The Village Foundation.

All day

  • Women Crafts from East Africa (Outside)
    Exhibition of crafts and stories about crafts and women self-help groups from various villages in Africa. Audience is welcome to buy some crafts or order. By Ms. Robina Robina Serwanga

 

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

All day

  • American Sign Language (ASL) Video Showcase (Library Entrance)
    We will set up equipment near the Library entrance for viewing ASL Videos on a continuous loop playback. The videos will be selected from the new ASL Access Videos Collection recently acquired by the Library. An information table will be provided and staffed throughout the day as part of our "grand opening" celebration of this important new collection. By Ms. Betty Ronayne, CSUS Library.

 

ARABIC

1:00 - 1:50

  • Learn the Arabic Alphabet (Eureka 103)
    We will be introducing the Arabic alphabet and helping the group to form the Arabic letters, possibly by having them write their name in Arabic. By Mrs. Lynne Samaam.

 

ASIAN PERFORMING ARTS AND SPORTS

11:00 & 1:00

  • Tai Chi workshop by Mr. Patrick O'Neil (Outside Lawn)

Noon Entertainment

  • Japanese Martial Art Demonstration (Library Quad)

1:00 - 1:50

  • Kendo (Japanese fencing with a bamboo sword) Eureka 109

2:00 - 2:50

  • Introduction to Taiko Drumming (Library Quad)
    Introduction to some basic rhythms and forms and to the vocabulary of Japanese taiko drumming, led by Bruce Morishita of MorTaiko Japanese Drummers. Outdoor

 

CHINESE

9:30 - 10:20

  • Chinese art: Art of paper cutting, origami, & Chinese yo-yo (Eureka 115)
    By The Folsom Chinese School and Mira Loma High School

1:00 - 1:50

  • Chinese dance and display (Mini Theatre)
    Performed by the Great Wall Chinese School

 

ESL (English as a Second Language)

10:30 - 11:20

  • The Algorithm Collection Project (Eureka 104)
    This discussion focuses on the interactions this writer studies that occur between culture, the language(s) spoken, and the particular algorithms used by recently arrived high school immigrant students attending an inner-city high school in Northern California. This activity allows participants to develop an understanding between the relationships of an individual’s language and their algorithms. This work is based on a Brazilian research paradigm employing strategies of ethnomathematics and mathematical modeling. By Prof. Daniel Orey

 

FARSI

10:30 - 11:20

  • Iranian Traditional Music (Eureka 112)
    Come to listen to Santur and explore the backgrounds of Iranian Classical Music. By Mr. Rosbeh Nafisi.

 

FRENCH

10:30 - 11:20

  • A photographer in France (Mariposa 1001)
    Discover his passion and share some of his most beautiful pictures of Frabce, along with some technical advices on digital photography by Mrs. Annette and Mr. Mike Heacox.

  • Teaching French to Children (Mariposa 1010)
    This session explores the benefits of exposing French language and culture to children. It offers strategies and examples for language acquisition. By Professor Vanessa Arnaud at CSUS
  • French Skits (Mini Theatre)
    Come to the Foreign Language Theatre (outdoors near Eureka Hall) to enjoy two skits written and performed by Intermediate French Language college students (French 2A).
  • Apprendre la pétanque (Outside - Lawn)
    Learn to play pétanque, a French bowling game. Facilitated by Professor Kevin Elstob

1:00 ~

  • Disney movie "Aladdin" in French (Mariposa 1014)
    Relax and have fun watching "Aladdin" in the French Language, by Disney, of course! A cool way to learn French! By Prof. Laurette Suter, CSUS Foreign Language.

2:00 - 2:50

  • Le style enfantin (Mini Theatre - 2:00 - 2:30)
    Short French play performed by CSUS students of varied levels. Coordinated by French Professor Nicole Buffard-O'Shea

All day

  • French Club Information Table (Outside)
    Information Table about French Club activities. By French Club of Sacramento
  • French Café (Outside - In front of Eureka)
    French students will set tables like in a cafe. They serve coffee throughout the day and occasionally they will perform songs in French. We will get the audience to join in

GERMAN

  • German around the world - Information booth (Outside)
    Sessions are coordinated by Professor Thomas Mays at CSUS

2:00 ~

  • Disney Movie and Sesame Street in German (Mariposa 1012)
    Relax and have fun watching German language Disney movies and some Sesame Street scenes. A cool way to learn German!

 

INDIA

All day

  • India-A Kaleidoscope of Colors (Mariposa 1002) - Cancelled
    Play dress-up with traditional Indian outfits for both men and women. Talk about anything related to India from religion to culture to traditions. It will be like a crisp walk through a field of colors. By Mrs. Shailaja Krishnamurty.

 

ITALIAN

Workshop 1: 10:30 - 11:20

  • Lecture On the Cinema of Giuseppe Tornatore (Mariposa 1000)
    An overview of Italian Cinema. Clips from the great maestri and special focus on Giuseppe Tornatore. Presentation by Mr. Robert Coleman, Graduate student, Film Studies

Workshop 2: 1:00 - 1:50

  • Lecture On "Cinema Paradiso" & "La terra trema" (Mariposa 1000)
    Lecture on "Cinema Paradiso" by Prof. Barbara Carle & On "La terra trema" by Dr. Joy Salvetti Wolfe

Workshop 3: 2:00~

  • Movie "Cinema Paradiso" (Mariposa 1000)

 

 

JAPANESE

Workshop 1: 9:30 – 10:20

  • A. Origami - Art of Paper Folding 1 (Eureka 105)
    Learn traditional and contemporary art of paper folding (origami). 25 people. First come. Coordinated by Ms. Naoko McHale, Japanese language teacher, Davis High School.
  • B. Japanese Writing Systems (College students/adult) (Eureka 106)
    In this presentation, we will discuss the kinds of writing systems that exist in general and then look specifically at the Japanese writing system. We will also practice writing and/or recognizing various systems. By Prof. Cindi Sturtz Sreetharan, CSU Sacramento
  • C. 150 Years of US-Japan Relationships: Past, Present, and Future (College students/adult) (Eureka 107)
    Video made by the Government of Japan. Part 1: Promoting Friendship: They reviews a 150-year history of exchange and friendship between two neighbors across the Pacific. How did Japan and the United State lay the foundation for/today's robust partnership? The video provides an answer from a positive perspective. The video highlights the following historical events: Perrry's journey to Japan; John Manjiro and the samurai who visited the US; the Iwakura Mission; American teaches in Japan; Buishido; the Reischauers; a bond that endured; student exchange. Part II: Strengthening the Partnership: They take a look at the close social, political and economic relations underpinning the friendship between Japan and the United States, and study the global contribution that both countries are making. The video discusses as follows: lifestyles; sports; cultures; the economy; security; the fight against terrorism; Official Development Assistance (ODA); Afghanistan reconstruction assistance; Japan's stance on Iraq issues; the environment. Introduction by Professor Masuyama

Workshop 2: 10:30 – 11:20

  • A. Origami - Art of Paper Folding 2 (Eureka 105)
    Learn traditional and contemporary art of paper folding (origami). 25 people. First come. Coordinated by Ms. Naoko McHale, Japanese language teacher, Davis High School.
  • B. Experiencing Japan through the JET Program (Eureka 106)
    Panelists will describe their experiences in Japan as JET Program participants and will provide tips on how to apply successfully to the program. Former JET participants are Mr. Gordon Au, Ms. Michelle Marchiano, & Mr. Bill Coombe. Coordinated by Prof. Julian Heather, English Department CSUS - a former JET program participant.
  • C. Survival Japanese - Japanese for beginner (Eureka 107)
    This is a workshop for people who have never studied Japanese before. You will learn some common and useful expressions in this workshop. This session is useful to people who plan to travel Japan or hosting Japanese people. By Professor Junko Ito, Sacramento City Community College.
  • D. Japanese Radio Exercise (Mini-foreign language theatre: Outside of Eureka)
    This is the exercise that all Japanese people by Ms. Miwako Quimby, Japanese language teacher, Florin High School at the Foreign Language Mini-Theatre, Outside of Eureka Hall facing Brighton Hall.

- NOON BREAK -

Workshop 3: 1:00 - 1:50

  • A: Ultra Quiz - Content for knowledge about Japanese culture and language (Eureka 105)
    This is a fun "brain" activity to challenge your knowledge on Japanese language and the culture. Coordinated by Ms. Iwaseki at Granite Bay High School/Woodcreek High School, Ms. McHale at Davis Senior High School, and Professor Ito at Sacramento City College.
  • B: Singing in Japanese - 1 (Eureka 106)
    Participants will learn to sing a Japanese pop with Karaoke, then they can enter a Karaoke contest later (2:00-2:50). Coordinated by Japanese language teachers of Elk Grove High School District
  • C: Traveling in Japan-Slide Show (Eureka 107)
    Professor Swift will share his knowledge of inexpensive adventure travel in Japan. He lived there 5 years, taught Japanese history at CSUS for 30 years, and has led 18 tours to Japan. If you are interested in traveling in Japan, click here .
  • D. Kendo (Japanese fencing with a bamboo sword) (Eureka 109)
    Please come and watch the Kendo (Japanese swordsmanship) demonstration and learn about Kendo. By Mira Loma High School students.

Workshop 4: 2:00 - 2:50

  • A: Ikebana (Eureka 105)
    What do you know about Japanese culture? Have you ever seen Japanese art exhibitions? This is a mini session of Ikebana demonstration, the Japanese flower arrangement. By Ms. Aiko Sato, Japanese language teacher, Monterey Trail High School.
  • B: Singing in Japanese - 2 (Eureka 106)
    Participants will sing their favorite songs in Japanese. Those who learn a Japanese pop with Karaoke (1:00 - 1:50) are encouraged to join this session, too. Bring your favorite songs with you. Coordinated by Japanese language teachers of Elk Grove High School District
  • C: Tips for traveling Japan (Eureka 107)
    Are you going to Japan soon? This session will provide a lot of useful "how to" information on traveling in Japan. By Mr. Phillips and Andrea Shea
  • D: Introduction to Taiko Drumming (Library Quad)
    Introduction to some basic rhythms and forms and to the vocabulary of Japanese taiko drumming, led by Bruce Morishita of MorTaiko Japanese Drummers. Outdoor

Workshop 5: 3:00 - 3:50

  • A: "Bon Odori" - Japanese Folk Dance (Outside - Mini Theatre)
    Bon Odori is a dance to please the spirit of the ancestor during the summer time. It is fun and easy to dance. Join us to learn how to do "Bon Odori." Learn about the Japanese culture through folk dancing. Enjoy the music, singing, and movement of regional folk dances. Audience participation required! Presented by Mrs. Shizue Morita and members of Hokka Minyoo Tanoshimi Kai.

All day / half day

  • Information / Display Room (Eureka 109)
    - Travel, study, & Career information on Japan - Provided by the General Consulate of Japan at San Francisco & the Japan National Tourist Organization
    - "Introduction of Japanese literature," "My favorite Places," and "Dos and by Japanese students at CSUS
    - Hands on activities.
    By Ms. Atsuko Kiuchi, Ms. Yukiko Kozuma, Ms. Sachiko Shimogama, & Ms. Ikuyo Sanchez, Japanese high school teachers at Elk Grove School District & Ms. Makiko Kaneko, Bella Vista High School
  • Writing your name in Japanese (Outside)
    By J-Club. We also plan to offer a station in which individual's name will be translated into Kanji characters - outdoor
  • Japanese cooking (Library Quad)
    By Japan Club.
  • Music & Christian faith in Japan (Outside - 10:00 ~)
    The workshop talks about Christianity in Japan and the US (The Christian population in Japan is less than 1%. Approximately 1200 Japanese people convert to Christianity every year in the United States.) Then, we will present Japanese Christian Rock and perform worship by using contemporary Japanese praise songs. By Gospel Band Nico-Nic from First Japanese Baptist Church.

KOREAN

9:30 - 10:20

  • Korean Language: The scientific and systematic language ( (Eureka 108)
    Introducing Korean alphabet, I will explain the background of the language. One of the world's most scientific and systematic languages will be precisely explained to the audience. By Professor Soon Hur, Sacramento City College

1:00 - 1:50

  • North and South Korean: Language and History (Eureka 108)
    The brief history and language of South Korean and North Korean are discussed. Some regional differences in Korean language are shared. By Professor Greg Cho

2:00 - 2:50

  • Explore Korean Lang. & Culture through Literature (Eureka 108)
    Participants will learn the essential aspects of Korean language and culture by exploring the common themes of immigration, conflicts between the young generation and the old generation, and adoption in Korean American literature. By Professor EunMi Cho, Special Education, CSUS

 

LATIN

  • TBA

 

MONGOLIA

9:30 - 10:20

  • Mongolia: language, geography, and customs (Eureka 114)
    Bayarmaa Batbaatar is an international student from Mongolia studying at CSUS. She will give an introduction to her culture focusing on three aspects: geography, langugage & script, and culture. Part of her workshop will be a PowerPoint presentation.

 

 

PORTUGUESE

9:30 - 10:20

  • Portuguese for Beginners (Eureka 103)
    This is a lesson for beginners and requires no previous knowledge of the language. The language presented in this lesson is the Brazilian Portuguese. By Mr. Rosa Milton

 

RUSSIAN

10:30 -11:20

  • Learn Basic Russian (Eureka 114)
    Learn the most basic phrases of Russian, a language spoken by more than 80,000 people in the Sacramento area. "How area you?" "My name is ...." and "I love you" are just a few of the expressions you'll pick up at this fun workshop. By Mr. Justin Smith,
    CSUS Russian language student.

1:00 - 1:50

  • Learning the Russian Alphabet: from A to Ya (Eureka 114)
    The workshop will introduce the sounds and formation of the Russian alphabet's 33 letters. Following this, participants will read a number of everyday words and learn their meanings. A good time will be had by all. By Mr. Ryland Wheeler, CSUS - Student in Russian Program.

2:00 - 2:50

  • Russian Dancing (Eureka 114)
    Join Russian folk dancing through various movement, enjoy Russian music, speak in Russian, and learn Russian Songs! By Prof. Olga Kovbasyuk, CSUS

3:00 - 3:50

  • Russian Communicative Behavior (Eureka 114)
    We will talk about communicative behavior of Russians, their habits and ways to greet people, to express emotions, to manage conflicts, to orient to the interlocutor verbally and non-verbally. By Prof. Olga Kovbasyuk, CSUS

 

SANSKRIT

10:30 -11:20

  • Introduction to Spoken Sanskrit by Professor Joel Dubois (Eureka 102)
    Introduction to basic greetings and sentences in Spoken Sanskrit, the classical language of Indian culture which is still used in many Indian settings. The first half hour will be conducted entirely in Sanskrit, inviting participants to respond to basic questions; the final fifteen minutes will give basic information about Sanskrit and also allow time for questions.

 

SPANISH

9:30 -10:20

  • Colombia (Eureka 102)
    Movie about Colombia. By Ms. Dolly Ruiz, Student CSUS.
  • Visions of Spain: Zaragoza and Salamanca (Eureka 104)
    A travel power point presentation emphases the Arab influence in the Zaragoza/Calatayud area of Spain as well as the historical geography of Salamanca, Spain. By Ms. Sally Otton

10:30 -11:20

  • Spanish Doors, Dishes, and Dreams (Eureka 103)
    The making of a Spanish Cook book. "Spanish Doors Dishes, and Dreams" is much more than a Cookbook. It includes old traditional dishes of Spain that go back hundreds of years, as well as the dishes eaten in Spain today. It also shares the stories of many Spanish immigrants that came to the United States in the early 1900s. Throughout the book you will see photos of doors and windows from differant regions of Spain. Expressions that go back hundreds of years are also a part of this book. It has all been tied together in this labor of love in honor of those who left their beloved homeland so many years ago searching for a better life for them, for their children. !! que aproveche!! By Mrs. francie vicondoa, La Mela Books.

  • Hispanic Humanities (Mariposa 1012)
    Student presentations. Students from my Spanish classes will present their cultural projects. Topics will vary and cover Spain, Latin America, and the U.S. By Dr. Luis Rios, Foreign Languages, CSU Sacramento
  • Raising Awareness about Fair Trade (Mariposa 1014)
    This workshop will discuss the importance of Fair Trade in this global economy along with discussing the Free Trade Agreement. We will also discuss short and long term study abroad opportunities in Latin America related to social justice." By Mrs. Dana Geffner, Pachamama, A World of Artisans

  • Intensive Spanish Summer Institute at Lake Tahoe (Mariposa 1016)
    Lake Tahoe Community College presents the Intensive Spanish Summer Institute. Experience a week of intensive interactive learning of the Spanish language and cultures. This award-winning program has been recognized by the California Community College Board of Governors as an Outstanding Community College Program. The Institute is a fast-paced immersion program through grammar classes, small group conversation, and over 100 different cultural breakout sessions (dance, food, arts, literature, history, and much more!). College credit is available. Come and find out more about this fun and exciting program at affordable community college prices. By Ms. Janice Tait, Lake Tahoe Community College

1:00 - 1:50

  • The Amazing Alejandro's Sing-Along (Eureka 101)
    I will be teaching and singing a children's folk song from Latin America. By Mr. Alejandro Aguilera-Ruiz.
  • Latin Dance (Eureka 102)
    Latin Dance exhibition featuring Salsa, Tango, Rumba and Cha Cha. Our Dance company would like to perform some of the Latin dances. If time permits we could teach a salsa. By Ms. Heather Hall, Sacramento State Ballroom Dance Company

  • Paraguayan Folkloric Dance and Customs (Eureka 104)
    The workshop would describe some of the customs of the Paraguayan culture and also teach any participants a couple of dance moves. By Mrs. Claudia rodriguez
  • Learning how to sing Cielito Lindo (Eureka 111)
    My students, from Sacramento New Technology High School, will use art work, Spanish to English translation and demonstration to teach the meaning of and how to sing Cielito Lindo. Coordinated by Miss Sylvia Quijas, Sacramento New Technology High School
  • Maria Reiche and the Nazca lines in Peru (Eureka 112)
    A spirited sharing of this phenomenon complete with a special surprise!
    By Ms. Leonor Nielsen-Brito

  • Spanish students' presentation (Mariposa 1012)
    Coordinated by Professor Carol Eberhart
  • Videos on Cuzco and part of Bolivia - Part 1 (Mariposa 1016)
    "Imperio del Sol" (documentary in English) and "Titicaca Puma de Piedra" (Spanish)
    Videos from the General Cónsul of Peru, Presented by Professor Fortuna

2:00 - 2:50

  • Spanish conversational Cafe (Eureka 101)
    The objective is to chat in Spanish and to talk about the culture of some Spanish speaking countries. Coordinated by Professor Ines Garcia
  • Clases de Salsa y Merengue (Eureka 102)
    Primero se enseñara los pasos básicos de la Salsa y el Merengue y segundo se realizá la práctica de los pasos aprendidos, es decir, se bailará. Para traducción puedes hablar con Kathhy Moore. By Ms. Myriam Ruiz.
  • Videos on Cuzco and part of Bolivia - Part 2 (Mariposa 1016)
    "Imperio del Sol" (documentary in English) and "Titicaca Puma de Piedra" (Spanish)
    Videos from the General Cónsul of Peru, Presented by Professor Fortuna

3:00 - 3:50

  • Spanish conversational Cafe (continued Eureka 101)
    The objective is to chat in Spanish and to talk about the culture of some Spanish speaking countries. Coordinated by Professor Ines Garcia

All day

  • Pachamama and Mexico Solidarity Network Information
    Fair Trade products are sold and more information is disseminated at the information booth (outdoor). By Mrs. Dana Geffner, Pachamama, A World of Artisans

VIETNAMESE

3:00 - 3:30 (Library Quad)

  • Vietnamese fashion show

4:00 Closing ceremonies

  • "Chong Som" Vietnamese dance (Library Quad)

 

RESERCH / SPECIAL PROJECT

  • The Algorithm Collection Project (10:30 am, Eureka 104)
    This discussion focuses on the interactions this writer studies that occur between culture, the language(s) spoken, and the particular algorithms used by recently arrived high school immigrant students attending an inner-city high school in Northern California. This activity allows participants to develop an understanding between the relationships of an individual’s language and their algorithms. This work is based on a Brazilian research paradigm employing strategies of ethnomathematics and mathematical modeling. By Prof. Daniel Orey
  • Raising Awareness about Fair Trade (10:30 am, Mariposa 1014)
    This workshop will discuss the importance of Fair Trade in this global economy along with discussing the Free Trade Agreement. We will also discuss short and long term study abroad opportunities in Latin America related to social justice." By Mrs. Dana Geffner, Pachamama, A World of Artisans

 

SPECIAL SESSIONS

All day

  • Foreign language proficiency requirement & assessment (Outside)
    Everything you wanted to know and were afraid to ask!

9:30 - 10:20

  • Story Hours for Children (Mini Theatre)
    Coordinated by Professor Carol Eberhart, Department of Foreign Language, CSUS.

 

10:30 - 11:20

  • Language program developed by Defense Language Institute (Eureka 111)
  • Story Hours for Children (Mini Theatre)
    Coordinated by Professor Carol Eberhart, Department of Foreign Language, CSUS.

 

TECHNOLOGY

1:00 - 1:50

  • Language Lab activities for students and teachers (Mariposa 2000)
    Visit the state-of-the-art Language Lab located in MRP 2000, and try the various software, techniques, and Web sites used for teaching a variety of languages. Fun for students as well as teachers. By Prof. Thomas Mays, CSUS Foreign Language.
  • Thompson learning CD Interaction demonstation in lab


NOON TIME ENTERTAINMENT

  • 11:20 "Yemaya Salsa Libre" Salsa Dancing
    By Mr. Eeden Lee
  • 11:30 Paraguayan Folkloric Dance
    By Ms. Claudia Rodriguez
  • 11:40 Kendo demonstration
    Kendo (Japanese bamboo fencing) performed by Mira Loma High School students
  • 11:45 Aikido
    By Benedict Khoo, Aikido Club of CSUS
  • 12:00 Singing
    The Greater Metropolitan Russian Chorus sings three Russian folk songs Singing time By Dr. Jonathan Gray, CSUS Russian Club
  • 12:10 Taiko drumming performance.
    By MorTaiko Japanese Drummers
  • 12:20 Martial Art Demonstration
    By Martial Arts Club, CSUS
  • 12:30 Salsa dancing demonstration
    By Sacramento State Ballroom Dance Company
  • 12:45 Irish Step Dancing & Ceilli Dance
    Our dance group will present 2 types of traditional Irish dance. 1. Irish Step Dancing (4-5 dancers) 2. Ceilli Dancing (pronounced [Kay-lee], similar to square dancing - 6 dancers) By Irish American Social Group

FOOD

  • Java City Coffee
  • Jamba Juice Drinks
  • Hula Dog American
  • La Creperie French
  • Japanese food by Japan Club
  • Xochimilco Mexican
  • Le chat élégant (French Linen)
  • FL Dept. Drinks

PARTICIPANTS

Opening Ceremonies:

  • Rick Brown, CSUS Provost
  • Leonard Valdez, Director Multi Cultural Center
    The University Multi-Cultural Center, under the direction of Leonard
    Valdez, is a hub of activity where many multi-cultural activities are
    promoted. The Center is working very closely with the Department of
    Foreign Languages to promote World Language Day.
  • Marjorie Gelus, Chair, Foreign Languages Department

Workshop presenters (alphabetical order)

Under the construction

Helpers (alphabetical order)

Contributors

  • Thompson publisher
  • The McGraw-Hill Company
  • General Consulate of Japan at San Francisco
  • Japan National Tourist Orgnization



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