Nihongo fiesta

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

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Nihongo fiesta

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

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