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The Festival of Languages (Day 2)...

The Festival of Languages (Day 2)
Trinity University of Asia
Quezon City

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  • 1. Nihongo Fiesta Festival of Languages Trinity University of Asia July 28-Aug1 2011
  • 2. TUA students writing their wishes on tanzaku.
  • 3. The program is about to start…doki doki!
  • 4. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra with Rev. Fr. Mendez, University Chaplain
  • 5. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra with Rev. Fr. Mendez, University Chaplain
  • 6. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra with Rev. Fr. Mendez, University Chaplain
  • 7. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra with Rev. Fr. Mendez, University Chaplain
  • 8. The Festival of Languages, held at Mandell Hall Auditorium, Trinity University of Asia, Quezon City. July 29, 2011
  • 9. Opening remarks from Professor Lourdes Nati
  • 10. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra “7 Reasons to Study Nihongo”
  • 11. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra “7 Reasons to Study Nihongo”
  • 12. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra “7 Reasons to Study Nihongo”
  • 13. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra “7 Reasons to Study Nihongo”
  • 14. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra “7 Reasons to Study Nihongo”
  • 15. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra “7 Reasons to Study Nihongo”
  • 16. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra “7 Reasons to Study Nihongo”
  • 17. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra “7 Reasons to Study Nihongo”
  • 18. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra “7 Reasons to Study Nihongo”
  • 19. Guest speaker Ms Keli Biscarra “7 Reasons to Study Nihongo”
  • 20. Intermission Dance Number from Hokago Dan.
  • 21. Reading of the Certificate of Appreciation by Professor Marilou Cezar
  • 22. Reading of the Certificate of Appreciation by Professor Marilou Cezar
  • 23. Awarding of the Certificate of Appreciation by Professor Edmundo Rubio, Assistant to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
  • 24. Awarding of the Certificate of Appreciation by Professor Edmundo Rubio, Assistant to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
  • 25. Awarding of the Certificate of Appreciation by Professor Edmundo Rubio and Professor Marilou Cezar
  • 26. Closing Remarks by Professor Genevieve Martirez
  • 27. Opening of the afternoon program July 29, 2011
  • 28. Opening of the afternoon program July 29, 2011
  • 29. Judges for the Cosplay Contest: (L R) Sally Cornel, Eri Miyake, John Carandang
  • 30. Judges for the Cosplay Contest: (L R) Sally Cornel, Eri Miyake, John Carandang
  • 31. Opening remarks by Professor Grace Sarao, Head of the Department of Languages and Literature
  • 32. Emcees: Caleb Coniate and Sarah Halal
  • 33. A jampacked audience eagerly awaiting the parade of contestants
  • 34. Introduction of the Board of Judges for the Cosplay Competition
  • 35. Introduction of the Board of Judges for the Cosplay Competition
  • 36. Self-introduction of the contestants
  • 37. Parade of Cosplay contestants
  • 38. Criteria for judging
  • 39. The board of judges giving ratings
  • 40. The board of judges giving ratings for each of the Cosplayers
  • 41. Intermission Japanese song number
  • 42. Announcement of winners
  • 43. The contestants eagerly waiting the decision of the judges
  • 44. The contestants eagerly waiting the decision of the judges
  • 45. People’s Choice Award
  • 46. For Third Place
  • 47. For Second Place
  • 48. For First Place
  • 49. Professor Cesar Orsal, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
  • 50. Presentation of Certificate of Appreciation to the judges
  • 51. Presentation of Certificate of Appreciation to the judges
  • 52. See you next year! Mata rainen!