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The British Association for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language - BATJ
AJALT/Japan Foundation/BATJ 2017 Spring Conference

Date: Saturday 20 May 2017
Time: 10:00-17:30
Venue: SOAS, University of London
Speakers:
Ms Kumi Casey (BATJ member, University of Newcastle)
Ms Nozomi Yamaguchi (BATJ member, University of Manchester)
Ms Miyako Utsumi (AJALT)

- Provisional Programme
- How to get to SOAS, University of London

1) Online Registration
2) Payment: Please pay by PayPal. (Click the PayPal button below.)

[Attention!!] Please make sure that (1) you register for participation as well as (2) paying the fee by Paypal.

Fee:

BATJ Members Non BATJ Members
Early-bird Registration
(by Sunday 30 April)

Standard Registration
(after Monday 1 May)

Early-bird Registration
(by Sunday 30 April)
Standard Registration
(after Monday 1 May)
Saturday 20 May

£20

£30

£40

£50
  • Paypal administration fee is included.
  • Lunch is NOT included. Please bring your own lunch.
  • Those wishing to attend the afternoon session should register for the full day.
  • Seminar fees for BATJ members can be applied for by anyone who has paid the 2016–17 annual membership fee by the time of registration. For information on annual membership, please see our website.
  • The deadline for cancellation and booking alternation is Monday 15 May. After this date, no refund is possible.
General Enquiries:
 
The 20th BATJ Annual Conference
Date: 25th (Fri) and 26th (Sat) August 2017
Venue: De Grey Court, York St John University
Keynote Speaker: Professor Hisashi Noda (National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics)
General enquiries: Ms Yuka Oeda This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

- Call for Papers

 
The 12th Japanese Speech Contest for University Students - Results -

Date: Saturday 4th March 2017
Time: 13:00-19:00
Venue: Great Hall, King's College London

Speech Category

Winner
Giordano Epifani (4th year at SOAS, University of London, International Management <Japan><year abroad>)
"Adaptation problems of foreign expatriates in Japan: from foreigners' ghettos to living in harmony in communities with Japanese people"

2nd Place
Robin Reh (4th year at SOAS, University of London, Japanese and Politics)
"The opportunities of an aging society"

3rd Place
Dominic Oben (1st year at the University of Oxford, Oriental Studies <Japanese>)
"The significance of aesthetic values in contemporary Japan and their relationship with the Japanese identity"

Runners Up
Dorothy Finan (4th year at the University of Oxford, Oriental Studies <Japanese>)
Karen Kong (4th year at the University of Edinburgh, Japanese)
Jimmy Yang (2nd year at the University of Manchester, Japanese Studies)

Individual Presentation Category

Winner
Wei Lun Toh (3rd year at Imperial College London, Chemistry)
"The History and Origins of English"

2nd Place
Polena Lilyanova (3rd year at Imperial College London, Computing)
"The beauty of Bulgaria"

Runners Up
Jiashun Li (2nd year at SOAS, University of London, International Relations and Japanese)
Sodam Oh (1st year at King's College London, Liberal Arts)
Callum Sarracino (2nd year at the University of Edinburgh, Japanese)

Group Presentation Category

The Hometown Comparison Prize

Foreigners (University of Warwick)
"Italy and Hong Kong"
Kit Ng and Fabio Priore

The Folk Culture Prize

Momo (University of Hertfordshire)
"Songkran Festival & Tihar Festival"
Maryna Junarym, Bidhya Grung and Seema Gurung

The Space Exploration Prize

Space Oddity (Imperial College London)
"Tim Peake's Expedition to Space"
Hans Kukreja and Ignaty Romanov-Chernigovsky

The Culinary Tradition Prize

Food Mania (King's College London)
"Culinary Customs in China and Singapore"
Marcus Choo and Kaidi Ru

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- Finals Day Programme

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