Congratulations to the organizers of the “Annual Research Forum for the Graduates”
CONGRATULATIONS to the members of the executive committee of the Science and Technology Advisory Council –Japan Chapter (STAC-J) and the Association of Filipino Students in Japan (AFSJ) for their successful job in holding the “Annual Research Forum for the Graduates” last March 17 at the Komaba International Students House, Tokyo, Japan.
A total of nine (9) presentors, all fresh graduates from different universities in Tokyo participated in the event and shared to the Filipino audience their completed research work. The occasion was graced by Ms. Jhoanna Jarasa of the Cultural Attache’s Office who represented His Excellency Domingo L. Siazon Jr., Ambassador of the Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines in Japan. Dinner and party, organized by the AFSJ, followed the forum afterwards.
This research forum is held every year as organized solely by STAC-J. But for the first time this year, the event was successfully organized through the efforts of two of the active organizations belonging to the Filipino community in Japan, STAC-J and AFSJ. Again congratulations to both organizations! Mabuhay kayo!
GUINEVERE TISICO-MADLANGBAYAN, Kita senzoku, Ota-ku, Tokyo
(from l to r) Mr. Mudjekeewis Santos (STAC-J President), Ms. Jhoanna Jarasa (of the Philippine Embassy representing Amb. Domingo L. Siazon, Jr.), Presentors: Dr. Caryn Paredes-Santilla, Mr. Jon Altamirano, Dr. Custer Deocaris, Mr. Fernand Fagutao, Dr. Ali de Asis, Ms. Kathleen Papiona (presentors not in the picture: Dr. Pinky Bautista, Ms. Mariejoy Therese Jumawid, Mr. Jonathan Sahagun)
|Forum participants discuss and listen to the various presentations.|