On the morning of November 30th, 2 teachers and 15 top students from Anabuki, Japan came for an exchange visit with BDU students.
This is the second time the students from Anabuki under Anabuki College Group, Japan, came to exchange with BDU students.
Receiving and exchanging with the Japanese delegation were Mrs. Karen Hamilton Nguyen-Head of Int’l Relations, Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Khanh-Chief of BDU League of Students, and students from the Japanese Centre and 30 other students from faculties.
During the exchange meeting, the two schools’ students talked about the country, people and institution where they are learning.
The exchange meeting went on in a cordial and cheerful way including an impromtu performance of arts by students.
Anabuki is a big accredited group of educational institutions in Japan. It offers several favorite subjects such as commerce, computer science, automobile repair, photo design, beauty, and nursing.
BDU and Anabuki College Group signed an MOU in 2014. Over the past years, the two sides have conducted several cooperative programs of faculty and student exchange, and study-abroad workshops.
The exchange this time is to help the students of both sides learn and share each other's cultures, and to develop a fraternal relationship between Japan and Vietnam.
BDU students talking about Vietnam, the nation, and BDU
Anabuki students talking about Japan, the nation, and Anabuki college
Moment of farewell between students
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