We are pleased to inform you that we are calling for sponsorship of the Kizuna Festival 2023 which is the biggest Japanese and Cambodian culture exchange event of CJCC. The below is an overview of the event/sponsorship.
Study-in-Japan Fair is back! We have held the Fair every year with the intention of disseminating information about studying in Japan as well as scholarship opportunities, and to enable high school students the chance to learn more about Japanese Universities/Institutions in order to better prepare themselves for their future studies.
CJCC will conduct Tanabata Festival 2022 on 9th July, 2022. There will be Japanese cultural classes, Food & Beverage, other fun activities. For those who are interested in Japanese culture, please visit CJCC on the day!
CJCC celebrated Khmer New Year to welcome the upcoming Khmer New Year 2022. CJCC had not celebrated Khmer New Year for a few years due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Therefore, this celebration was a very long-awaited and exciting occasion for all CJCC family.
Tanabata Festival is a Japanese traditional festival that takes place every year on July 7th. The objective of the event is to tell the narrative of Orihime (Altair Star) and Hikoboshi (Vega Star), two lovers in heaven who are only allowed to meet once a year on July 7th. To celebrate this occasion, CJCC in cooperation with the Embassy of Japan in Cambodia and the Japan Foundation Phnom Penh Liaison Office (JFPP) hosts a festival on the first or second weekend of July, with the aim of encouraging cultural exchange between Cambodia and Japan. We also add the Cambodian culture that has a similar view of Japanese culture.
Every year, more than 2,000 people attend this event, which includes historical presentations and performances of the Tanabata and Khmer tales (Tep Sodachan). Participants are able to take their turn at making Japanese and Khmer sweets and food, as well as write some wishes on a strip of paper and hang them on a bamboo tree to make the wishes come true. There are a variety of cultural activities and exhibitions, such as the decoration and display of Tanabata in Japan, folding Origami, learning Japanese calligraphy, wearing Yukata, food, drinks, Cambodian and Japanese booths, various entertainment programs, free-style dancing, and photo sessions.
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June 24th 2021, Khmer Times