Other culture programs cover Friendship Concert, Nodojiman, Japanese movie show, CJCC culture club, and Joint special performance with other organizations.
Friendship concert is a joint performance by outstanding Japanese and Cambodian artists aiming to promote the friendship and mutual understanding between Japan and Cambodia. This concert normally conducted in February during Kizuna festival at CJCC.
Nodojiman, Japanese Song Contest is created with a purpose to encourage Japanese language students of all levels to practice vocalization of the language. This event is organized by Embassy of Japan in Cambodia and CJCC.
Japanese movie show is shown once a month to the public with the free admission. This film reflects on the Japanese society, history, education, and so on. It is a good time for Cambodian, Japanese learner or those who wish to know more about Japanese society to enjoy their time with our free screen once of every weekend of the month.
CJCC culture club is created to encourage CJCC students who are studying the Japanese language to learn about Cambodian-Japanese culture with free of charge. There are various training activities such as Japanese traditional and modern dancing, Khmer traditional dancing, Yukata and Kben wearing, Origami and Kirigami, etc.
CJCC leads volunteer students to perform or support several events of other organizations such as Khmer traditional and modern fashion show, Khmer and Japanese dance performance, etc.
Monday - Sunday
(8:00 - 17:00 - Closed on national holidays)
Library: 8:00 - 18:00
(Closed on every other Wednesday)
Hall & Seminar Room: 7:30 - 20:30
(Lunch Break: 11:30 - 13:30)
Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center
The Royal University of Phnom Penh, Russian Confederation Blvd., Tuol Kork, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. P.O. Box 1290.
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