Tag Archives: Japanese

Pink treats and a sweet ‘Kitty’

Black eyes, black whiskers, a yellow nose and a big red bow – it’s Hello Kitty. The iconic Japanese character was introduced to the United States in 1976. Since her debut, Hello Kitty has been sold in various forms, whether ...

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Dancing into Amerasia Week with Japanese culture night

The first night of the annual Amerasia Week kicked off at Fresno State by celebrating Japanese culture in the Satellite Student Union on April 4. This year, the Amerasia Organization observed its 47th year of Amerasia Week. Other on-campus organizations ...

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Amerasia Week 2017 (April 3, 2017 – Japanese Culture Night)

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Majority of foreign students from India

Fresno State has a student body filled with different cultural backgrounds that echoes the ethnic diversity of the city itself. Among the approximately 20,000 students on campus, only a small fraction are international, and a large amount of them are ...

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Student aids Haiti

Former California State University, Fresno nursing graduate and ROTC standout, 2nd Lt. Anastasia Fiehler returned from helping Haitians get back on their feet and rejuvenating their spirits.

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Students learn about themselves in Japan

Every fall, five students from Fresno State are chosen to go to Tokiwa University in Mito, Japan through the Study Abroad and International Exchange program.

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