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Limba Japoneză

Limba Japoneză

 

Fundaţia are onoarea de a Vă propune servicii licenţiate de predare a Limbii Japoneze, desfăşurat оn baza programelor de studii elaborate de specialişti ai Fundaţiei Nipone şi aprobate de către Ministerul Educaţiei al R. Moldova, corespunzоnd standardelor internaţionale, asigurate de către specialişti din Japonia de o оnaltă calificare.

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Closer to the Land of the Rising Sun

Closer to the Land of the Rising Sun

 

During almost a decade of activity, the Foundation has gathered in its portfolio amazing achievements, which are triple-oriented: on one side – there is diversity and up-to-dateness, on another – the continuously increasing number of students, and lastly but not less important – giving a hand to teachers. 

 

 

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I like Japanese

I like Japanese

This is the title of one of the winning short films submitted for the Japanese Video Contest. Its author is Liubov Zelinskaia (artforjoy.com), 1st year student at the Foundation for Moldovan-Japanese Relations. The main purpose of this contest is to increase people’s interest in studying Japanese in the member states of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

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The 26th Japanese Speech Contest among CIS countries

The 26th Japanese Speech Contest among CIS countries

 

 

The 26th Japanese Speech Contest among CIS countries’ has been held on October 26, 2013, in Moscow, Russia. It was the second time for the Republic of Moldova to participate in this contest.

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Never Give Up

Never Give Up

The Republic

of Moldova attended for the third time consecutively to the 26th Japanese Speech Contest among CIS countries’ students, which has been held on October 25, 2014, in Moscow, Russia. This contest was held in the great hall of the Russian State Library and there were 20 participants from 10 different countries (Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, ... Read more...

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I like Japanese

"I like Japanese" is the title of one of the winning short films submitted for the Japanese Video Contest. Its author is Liubov Zelinskaia (artforjoy.com), 1st year student at the Foundation for Moldovan-Japanese Relations. The main purpose of this contest is to increase people’s interest in studying Japanese in the member states of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), and also exchange of information between specialized institutions and the enhancement of relationships regarding the Japanese language study in the CIS countries.

In no more than 3 minutes, the applicants were supposed to convince the jury that they deserved to win in this contest. As a prize, the winning movies have been uploaded to youtube.com by the Japanese Culture Department. The applicants were free to choose the subject of the video. The main requirement was that the video was in Japanese. So, the applicants could give proof of all their imagination, creativity and originality through performances, songs, animations, presentations or documentaries.

The Japanese Culture Department of the Japan Foundation has announced the winners on May 31st. Liubov Zelinskaia, who proved to possess amazing skills and excelled in the originality of her short film, won second place. In her video she expressed how much she loved Japanese and her passion for it. Liubov didn’t neglect any of the Video Contest requirements and won the jury’s hearts through creativity, through showing the meaning of the Japanese ideograms in her life.