• Chatterbox

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    Hyogo Prefectural Government Cultural Centre was established in 1992 by the Hyogo Prefectural Government to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sister State relationship between Western Australia and Hyogo Prefecture. Their aims are to promote understanding and exchange between Western Australia and Hyogo in education, culture and business. Major activities include workshops, demonstrations and seminars on language, life and culture, exhibitions of Japanese arts and crafts, and the promotion of educational, sporting, youth and cultural exchange. Hyogo Cultural Centre has a well stocked library of books, periodicals and videos for people of all ages. In addition they run Chatterbox, which is a casual language exchange opportunity and a great chance to make new friends! It runs from 2pm to 4pm every Saturday (except public holiday weekends) and is is a gold coin donation to attend. So please come along and have some fun!

  • WAsshoi! Japanese ⮂ English Language Exchange

    【 Preferred attendance 】 ・Inside the 19 - 40 year old age group ・Have -at least- the basic ability of the language they intend to learn ( that is, BOTH English AND Japanese ) $2 contribution to the event ( this event is not-for-profit, money that gets collected will be used to provide snacks for attendees ) ======================================= Here at WAsshoi! ( WAっしょい! ), we aim to connect young adults that want to learn English and Japanese together in a casual, comfortable and welcoming environment. This event is as it says; language exchange - it is THE focus of the event. By attending the event, you will be subjected to our Code of Conduct. ( https://rebrand.ly/pjlcc-coc ) We hope to see you at the event and to make new friends in this lovely city of Perth, WA!

  • Chatterbox

    Location visible to members

    Hyogo Prefectural Government Cultural Centre was established in 1992 by the Hyogo Prefectural Government to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sister State relationship between Western Australia and Hyogo Prefecture. Their aims are to promote understanding and exchange between Western Australia and Hyogo in education, culture and business. Major activities include workshops, demonstrations and seminars on language, life and culture, exhibitions of Japanese arts and crafts, and the promotion of educational, sporting, youth and cultural exchange. Hyogo Cultural Centre has a well stocked library of books, periodicals and videos for people of all ages. In addition they run Chatterbox, which is a casual language exchange opportunity and a great chance to make new friends! It runs from 2pm to 4pm every Saturday (except public holiday weekends) and is is a gold coin donation to attend. So please come along and have some fun!

  • Chatterbox

    Location visible to members

    Hyogo Prefectural Government Cultural Centre was established in 1992 by the Hyogo Prefectural Government to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sister State relationship between Western Australia and Hyogo Prefecture. Their aims are to promote understanding and exchange between Western Australia and Hyogo in education, culture and business. Major activities include workshops, demonstrations and seminars on language, life and culture, exhibitions of Japanese arts and crafts, and the promotion of educational, sporting, youth and cultural exchange. Hyogo Cultural Centre has a well stocked library of books, periodicals and videos for people of all ages. In addition they run Chatterbox, which is a casual language exchange opportunity and a great chance to make new friends! It runs from 2pm to 4pm every Saturday (except public holiday weekends) and is is a gold coin donation to attend. So please come along and have some fun!

  • WAsshoi! Japanese ⮂ English Language Exchange

    【 Preferred attendance 】 ・Inside the 19 - 40 year old age group ・Have -at least- the basic ability of the language they intend to learn ( that is, BOTH English AND Japanese ) $2 contribution to the event ( this event is not-for-profit, money that gets collected will be used to provide snacks for attendees ) ======================================= Here at WAsshoi! ( WAっしょい! ), we aim to connect young adults that want to learn English and Japanese together in a casual, comfortable and welcoming environment. This event is as it says; language exchange - it is THE focus of the event. By attending the event, you will be subjected to our Code of Conduct. ( https://rebrand.ly/pjlcc-coc ) We hope to see you at the event and to make new friends in this lovely city of Perth, WA!

  • Chatterbox

    Location visible to members

    Hyogo Prefectural Government Cultural Centre was established in 1992 by the Hyogo Prefectural Government to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sister State relationship between Western Australia and Hyogo Prefecture. Their aims are to promote understanding and exchange between Western Australia and Hyogo in education, culture and business. Major activities include workshops, demonstrations and seminars on language, life and culture, exhibitions of Japanese arts and crafts, and the promotion of educational, sporting, youth and cultural exchange. Hyogo Cultural Centre has a well stocked library of books, periodicals and videos for people of all ages. In addition they run Chatterbox, which is a casual language exchange opportunity and a great chance to make new friends! It runs from 2pm to 4pm every Saturday (except public holiday weekends) and is is a gold coin donation to attend. So please come along and have some fun!

  • Chatterbox

    Location visible to members

    Hyogo Prefectural Government Cultural Centre was established in 1992 by the Hyogo Prefectural Government to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sister State relationship between Western Australia and Hyogo Prefecture. Their aims are to promote understanding and exchange between Western Australia and Hyogo in education, culture and business. Major activities include workshops, demonstrations and seminars on language, life and culture, exhibitions of Japanese arts and crafts, and the promotion of educational, sporting, youth and cultural exchange. Hyogo Cultural Centre has a well stocked library of books, periodicals and videos for people of all ages. In addition they run Chatterbox, which is a casual language exchange opportunity and a great chance to make new friends! It runs from 2pm to 4pm every Saturday (except public holiday weekends) and is is a gold coin donation to attend. So please come along and have some fun!

  • WAsshoi! Japanese ⮂ English Language Exchange

    【 Preferred attendance 】 ・Inside the 19 - 40 year old age group ・Have -at least- the basic ability of the language they intend to learn ( that is, BOTH English AND Japanese ) $2 contribution to the event ( this event is not-for-profit, money that gets collected will be used to provide snacks for attendees ) ======================================= Here at WAsshoi! ( WAっしょい! ), we aim to connect young adults that want to learn English and Japanese together in a casual, comfortable and welcoming environment. This event is as it says; language exchange - it is THE focus of the event. By attending the event, you will be subjected to our Code of Conduct. ( https://rebrand.ly/pjlcc-coc ) We hope to see you at the event and to make new friends in this lovely city of Perth, WA!

  • Chatterbox

    Location visible to members

    Hyogo Prefectural Government Cultural Centre was established in 1992 by the Hyogo Prefectural Government to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sister State relationship between Western Australia and Hyogo Prefecture. Their aims are to promote understanding and exchange between Western Australia and Hyogo in education, culture and business. Major activities include workshops, demonstrations and seminars on language, life and culture, exhibitions of Japanese arts and crafts, and the promotion of educational, sporting, youth and cultural exchange. Hyogo Cultural Centre has a well stocked library of books, periodicals and videos for people of all ages. In addition they run Chatterbox, which is a casual language exchange opportunity and a great chance to make new friends! It runs from 2pm to 4pm every Saturday (except public holiday weekends) and is is a gold coin donation to attend. So please come along and have some fun!

  • Chatterbox

    Location visible to members

    Hyogo Prefectural Government Cultural Centre was established in 1992 by the Hyogo Prefectural Government to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sister State relationship between Western Australia and Hyogo Prefecture. Their aims are to promote understanding and exchange between Western Australia and Hyogo in education, culture and business. Major activities include workshops, demonstrations and seminars on language, life and culture, exhibitions of Japanese arts and crafts, and the promotion of educational, sporting, youth and cultural exchange. Hyogo Cultural Centre has a well stocked library of books, periodicals and videos for people of all ages. In addition they run Chatterbox, which is a casual language exchange opportunity and a great chance to make new friends! It runs from 2pm to 4pm every Saturday (except public holiday weekends) and is is a gold coin donation to attend. So please come along and have some fun!