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Friday, May 3, 2013 18:30 - 20:30 (doors open 17:30)
The general public, students
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Millennium Hall. Venue access
AZUMA Chizuru (actress)
500yen (free with purchase of wristband), students free (student ID must be shown)
Peace×Piece APU student volunteer group
- Application / Inquiries:
Please register your participation by submitting your name, phone number, e-mail address, and number of participants to firstname.lastname@example.org
Peace×Piece (APU student volunteer group), PR Representative, ODA Kyohei, email: email@example.com
Talk session about Friedensdorf International and Peace related subjects.
19:35～19:55: Book reading of “Marrianne & Parsha”. (English will appear on a screen).
19:55～20:30: Question time
- Associated Photo Exhibitions
1) April 26 (Friday) – April 28 (Sunday) 10:45-16:00
NB: Open until 18:30 on April 26 (Friday).
@ Building EII (Student Union II, F2)
2) May 3 (Friday) @ Millennium Hall Entrance Foyer
Exhibitions will include approximately 40 images under the theme of “Smile” and “Story”.
On Friday, May 3, 2013, the APU student volunteer group “Peace×Piece” will be hosting the Japanese actress, AZUMA Chizuru, to speak about the German NGO Friedensdorf International and read from “Marrianne & Parsha” a picture book authored by Ms. AZUMA based on Friedensdorf International. A photo exhibition will also be held featuring approximately 40 images taken by Peace×Piece members during their aid projects with Friedensdorf International and images provided by the NGO.
Friedensdorf International is a German NGO established in 1967 to provide support to children living in regions affected by war and other dangers.
AZUMA Chizuru is a Japanese actress involved in drama, stage performances, emceeing, public speaking, writing and more. She is also an advocate for volunteer projects such as autism awareness campaigns, and regularly travels around the country.
Peace×Piece is an APU student volunteer group that travels to Friedensdorf International (Germany) once a year and is involved in donation campaigns, photo exhibitions, project information sessions and more.