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SmallArtSchool interview film production and exhibition visit

We made an interview picture of ‘Small art school‘ in Siem Reap. To Mr. Kasahara of the Small Art School, Nakamura, who is also the representative, has been indebted to me since I came to Cambodia. Jessy Kaizuka made images of small art school which is also in the mid-sister group relationship (?) And was handling shooting and editing. And we also visited the exhibition held at Tokyo “Ginza Gallery Kozo” on October 24th. The colorful work of artist and cumber interpreter Hir’s son, and the children’s “insect” series pictures were particularly wonderful. I hope to continue working with SocialCompass and a small art school as a sister organization (?)…

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Animation Workshop in Laos

Cambodians and Laotian exchanges realized! !   Three days from 27th to 29th September, I was invited by the Japan Foundation Asia Center Vientiane office and we had an animation workshop at the National University of Laos. In addition to Nakamura and Kaizuka of Social Compass this time Jessy An who is a Cambodian member and fluent Japanese is accompanied by the first attempt! ! Miracle interaction that Cambodians teach animation to Lao people through Japanese interpreter was realized.   (As Cambodian staff Jessy teaches Laotian) After all, there were only neighboring countries, and the students seemed to have a strong sense of intimacy. Lol National University of Laos is…

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Myanmar inspection

We went to visit Yangon in Myanmar from September 8th to 11th. In case I am the first Myanmar. Alongside Cambodia, I heard that the development of Myanmar has been remarkable over the past few years, while ethnic conflicts have occurred in the country, and it is certain that there are various problems even though development is progressing It seems to be. In case In case This time I would like to visit JICA, the Japan Foundation, the Nippon Foundation etc, and introduced the Siem Reap’s art school “SmallArtSchool” to the free art school “NewZero” in Yangon. I am doing an exhibition of the students, I think that I was…