With the affirmed quality of education, students of the University of Danang (UD) has long been a source of qualified labor force that has been interested in and recruited by domestic and foreign companies, especially Japanese ones. With an aim to promote the active support and additional training in working skills as well as communication in Japanese style for UD’s students, during November 9th -13th, 2016, Dr. Hoang Hai, Director of International Cooperation Department, UD visited and worked with the Traditional Japanese Culture Manner Meister Association.
Being highly appreciated in knowledge, intelligence and flexibility in handling, but if students are not trained with skills to communicate and work as well as lack of environment for practice, students will be working hard to settle in the Japanese businesses. Therefore, the visit of Dr. Hoang Hai towards to get to know and collaborate with the Association to open classes on "Japanese Culture, Ritual and Work Style" for the students and the audience concerned. Through these exchanges, the Traditional Japanese Culture Manner Meister Association pledged to ensure job placement and graduation certificate for participants.
The 4th Mass Meeting – Society of Manners Meister in Japan
During the visit, Dr. Hoang Hai also attended The 4th Mass Meeting – Society of Manners Meister in Japan which was home to the delegates from Taiwan, the Philippines, Vietnam to exchange and discuss in details how to implement and deploy the rituals culture classes in these countries.
Within the framework of the visit, the delegation had the opportunity to meet and work with Mr. Naoya Higuchi - representative of the Ministry of Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan for cultural exchange with other countries the area, as well as implementing the training programs of the Association.
Meeting with representatives of the Ministry of Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan
In this visit, Dr. Hoang Hai visited and worked with Chiba Keiai Gakuen School to promote the cooperation in the field of kindergarten, elementary and college.
Meeting with Chiba Keiai Gakuen