Kapiolani Community College Annual International Festival

This year marks the 22nd Annual International Festival at UH-KCC. The Festival was held this week from March 16-18 on campus. There were art displays, cultural presentations and other activities representing many international cultures.

Professor Linda Fujikawa and her students were busy during the International Gala. There was a fashion show highlighting the beautiful apparel of international countries. The students of Japanese Class 290 and 297 also displayed their presentations introducing the Japanese culture through art, music, food and activities. I have been told that these presentations are part of their grades. Taihen and yet quite impressive. I could tell that the students were thoroughly enjoying themselves. Here are some photos to prove it.

Kwon and Yushi practicing calligraphy.

Anime and Karaoke.

Kaga Yuzen: Hand painted kimono design by guest artist from Japan, Ms. Kazuko Bansho.

Ikumi modeling kimono.

Tyler presenting Japanese art designs.

Koto demonstration by Taro, Mayo, Hiro and Sayaka.

West African display.

Akitaka in Kabuki style with his buddy representing West Africa.

Okonomiyaki and Sushi. Oishii!

Arlynne and Professor Linda Fujikawa. Linda is dressed in a beautiful Korean outfit.

Freeman Scholarship Students...they're going to study in Japan from April! Ureshii.

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