Japanese Students visit Pacific Coast

2016 02 08 japanses students visit 0123 students from Aoyama Gakuin University have come to explore different cultures and Australian life at Pacific Coast Christian School. They will spend most of their time in the school community but two days a week will travel to visit Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, the Gold Coast, Cavill Ave, Movieworld and other tourist hotspots. When asked what they were looking forward to Yuki Kigwa said he was looking forward to “seeing Australian animals”, Mao Kamioka want to eat kangaroo and Minami Harano looks forward to seeing the beautiful stars of the Tweed Valley, “In Tokyo you cannot see the stars because of the city lights” The Principal, Mr Ben Krahe said, “We are thrilled to have international visitors in our school community. Our Japanese students provide many exciting and meaningful experiences when interacting with our students. The students learn from each other and our Junior school students particularly love origami”