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AMICUS operates dual track education programs
[2012-08-24] Okinawa AMICUS International School has a curriculum plan for just about everybody, operating dual education tracks that provide intense English language training for some, while a more traditional international program for other students more versed in English. The Uruma City-based school offers certificates of graduation for Japanese Elementary School or Junior High School in Okinawa, working an Immersion Course for primarily Japanese children or foreigners who live in Okinawa and speak fluent Japanese. Read More!
Sci-Tec College offering free Japanese classes
[2012-08-24] Recognizing that many foreigners are uncomfortable trying to deal with Japanese and the Japanese language, Sci-Tec College in Naha is offering a three-month series of free Japanese lessons. The classes are being targeted at foreigners living on Okinawa who need to learn Japanese but have been timid about trying. Read More!
Star-studded festival season kicks off in Yaeyama
[2012-08-17] Ishigaki Island has put out the welcome mat, and invited Okinawa to its Star Festival and the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful skies and the Milky Way. It’s a weekend event, with cool evening breezes and starry heavens setting the stage for the free festival at Ishigaki Port open space in the Shinko District Southern Gate. Read More!
Ghostly ghastly things explained at museum
[2012-07-20] Explanations for why people become scared, why things move without a human touch, and how things can happen that seemingly defy logic are now only a perspective away at the Okinawa Prefectural Museum’s new exhibition. The exhibition investigates the feeling of human beings being scared by use of physics, science and biology, explaining what factors makes feelings about being frightened. Read More!
U.S. Navy commemorates 70th anniversary of Battle of Midway
[2012-06-08] The U.S. Read More!
NLP trainer motivates people to lifestyle changes
[2012-04-20] Maki Toyoda is a lady with a mission and a vision; she’s applying the principles of Neuro Linguistic Programming to aid dozens of Okinawa clients to better performance with seminars, training sessions, lectures and coaching sessions. The relatively new field of Neuro Linguistic Programming was created in the 1970’s by two men—Richard Bundler and John Grindler—who studied the secrets of their successes. Read More!
Global Village thrives to create international friendships
[2012-04-06] Eriko Kuwahata started Global Village as an ordinary language school that targeted foreigners who wanted to learn Japanese, but her enterprise soon expanded to a concept to create a space where students and teachers of all kinds of nationalities could get together, and exchange views and learn a wide variety of subjects including culture, customs and life styles. Kuwahata began her language school in Okinawa almost six years ago, but before that she taught Japanese in Australia, and later to foreigners in her native Kanagawa Prefecture. Read More!
OIST opens doors to general public
[2012-03-09] The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Okinawa’s new graduate university, is opening its doors for the general public to get a peek at the high tech wizardry that will be going on at the highest levels of academic study. The OIST Open Campus 2012 is Sunday, March 18th, from 10 a. Read More!
Okinawa International School celebrates its 10th anniversary
[2011-09-09] It was a big day as Okinawa International School gathered students, alumni, parents, friends and supporters to celebrate its 10th anniversary, and a far cry from opening day when the school was launched with a minimal staff and only 12 students. Today, Okinawa International School is the only International Baccalaureate School in Okinawa, its enrollment continues to grow, and founder Masato Chinen smiles as he looks ahead to the coming school year when OIS expands its wings once more to encompass a Middle Years Programme for junior high school students. Read More!
Human Academy Naha trains IT, entertainment specialists
[2011-08-12] A four-year-old school in Okinawa that provides students advanced skills in graphic arts is now accepting students. The Human Academy Naha currently has more than 200 students learning skills leading to careers as animation designers, voice actors or actresses, video game programmers, eDCG graphics specialists, television performers, character designers, illustrators and singer-songwriters. Read More!

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