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Let’s Go Okinawa 2016 is about to Start!

Posted by SE Vietnam - Student Exchange Vietnam

Let’s Go Okinawa 2016, offered by SE Vietnam, is a full-of-experience 6-day tour designed for Vietnamese students, established with the mission of connecting the youth of the two countries – Vietnam and Japan through practical immersions into intensive historical, cultural as well as learning experiences. Vietnam representatives – a group of 20 students from Cau Giay Secondary School, along with faculty members and SE Vietnam staff, will travel to Okinawa – the southernmost prefecture of Japan, at which they will go exploring the rich cultural and natural heritage of this island as well as meet and learn with students from local institutions.

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The program, takes place from May 27th to June 2nd, is promised to give students valuable learning opportunities and countless memories in the host country – Japan during their time staying there. Stay tuned for more exciting updates from participants of Let’s Go Okinawa 2016 as they are about to explore this amazing land in the upcoming days!

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Okinawa Prefecture is located in the southernmost of Japan, comprises of more than 60 small islands in a chain over 1000 kilometers long. Okinawa Island is the largest among the three main islands of Okinawa, and is also the political, economic and cultural center of the prefecture. The area consists of uplifted coral reefs as well as limestone caves to the southern end of the island. Visitors coming to Okinawa, besides popular activities, namely spending time at the beach, scuba diving and cave explore tour, etc., also have the opportunities to learn more about the history and cultural traditions of the locals. The castles of Okinawa were designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites under the title of “Gusuku Sites and Related Properties of the Kingdom of Ryukyu”.

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