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Eastern Embassy holds speech contest

KUWAIT: A gaggle image of the contributors within the contest.

By way of Ben Garcia

KUWAIT: The Eastern Society in Kuwait, Heart for Neighborhood Provider and Proceeding Schooling and Kuwait College not too long ago hosted the 14th Eastern speech contest on the Nationwide Library. Eastern Ambassador to Kuwait Takaoka Masato welcomed the visitors, together with Kuwait College’s Assistant Vice President Prof Mohammad Al-Dhafiri. 11 contributors tackled topics associated with Kuwait or Japan. The Eastern envoy conveyed his admiration of Kuwaiti scholars over their want to be told Eastern, thought to be some of the toughest languages to be told. “I’m satisfied to be a part of this match, as I wrap up my keep on this gorgeous nation, Kuwait. I can certainly go away very happy as my nation’s ambassador to the State of Kuwait,” Masato mentioned.

“I love the folk learning Eastern. We’re satisfied that some Kuwaitis are into it. It’s truly an effort to review Eastern, particularly in case you are a local Arabic speaker. I want them good fortune. This speech contest has been ongoing for the closing 14 years, however closing yr we weren’t in a position to carry the competition on account of the pandemic,” the ambassador added. He thanked Kuwait College, the Heart for Neighborhood Provider and Proceeding Schooling and the Nationwide Library of Kuwait for web hosting this yr’s contest. Contributors integrated Arua Al-Adhi, Fahad Awad, Fatima Ashkanani, Ibrahim Al-Adwani, Noor Al-Khalyat, Reem Al-Oraibi, Sarah Hesa, Sheikha Al-Hashas, Shayma Al-Hashas and Shaima Al-Faisal.

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