NEW★ Workshop for English Teachers - Card games – a flexible platform for interactive language practice. J.M. Dunn has taught in a variety of contexts, incl. ten years in Japan; presents via Skype from Arizona. @Nagoya International Center, 8 Jan., 500 Yen (members). Website: http://etjaichi.kweto.com
★ Language Exchange (LanEx) - For those who want to practice English and Japanese conversation with each topic. Please come and join us every Sun. from 12:30. Friendly atmosphere. 5 min from Nagoya Stn. http://wwjtesther.wix.com/lanex
★ Zero G™ - An intermingling platform of chatty real people, from different cultures, speaking different languages, meet every weekend, to share ideas and opinions and learn. Contact Queen or Sato (email@example.com).
★ Language Exchange Club EJ - A social group for people (Japanese and Foreigners) in and around Nagoya who want to learn Japanese and English. Every 2nd Thu. from 19:00-21:00 at Co-op Aichi Motoyama 3F near Motoyama Stn. Exit 4. Admission 100yen/ time. Website: https://sites.google.com/site/motoyamaej/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
★ Nagoya English Forum - Weekly meeting for discussion in English. Every Saturday 15:00 – 17:00 at Nagoya International Center. Fee: 500 Yen. Details are available at https://www.facebook.com/NagoyaEnglishForum/
★ The Nagoya Players – We are an English-language all volunteer community theatre group. Whether you want to act, direct, crew, or just watch the show, we welcome new members! Staging 2 shows a year plus social functions in between. Contact us at www.nagoyaplayers.org for information.
★ Current Affairs Discussion Group - Let’s talk about Current Affairs; local, national, international. E-mail: email@example.com
★ Nagoya Writes - We have monthly readings and occasional workshops. Fiction, essays, poetry, personal narratives, are all welcome. Or, you can drop by and meet other writers. For information contact Albert at firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: http://nagoyawrites.wordpress.com
★ Nagoya Meet and Greet – A monthly lunch where 40+ women of various nationalities, interests, and ages gather to meet, eat, and greet. Great for new arrivals and those seeking new friends. Children’s play area available. English is the language of communication. E-mail: Nagoyameetandgreet@gmail.com
★ Nagoya International Success Group - A friendly international group of people who are keen on learning and have a high teach ability index. Contact: email@example.com Website: http://www.meetup.com/Nagoya-International-Success-Group/
★ Helping Orphans in Nagoya - If you are interested in spending time with some fantastic children and huge hearted volunteers, both from the international community as well as local Japanese, we welcome you to volunteer with Santa and Friends Nagoya. Please visit our website! www.santaandfriendsnagoya.com
★ Shirayuri Association - providing educational and cultural services to both Turkish and Japanese societies in order to promote the Turkish community in Japan, and further friendship between Turkish & Japanese communities. Located in Yabuta-cho, Moriyama Ku – Tel/fax 052-710-9808.
★ Sakae Toastmasters Club - An international club that aims to develop leadership and English communication skills in a no-pressure atmosphere. We meet 2nd/4th Wednesdays from 19:00-21:00 at Nadya Park. Attend one of our club meetings. Contact Rina 080-3647-6996 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
★ Cross Cultural Exchange Association - An organization dedicated to promoting cultural exchange, international understanding and friendships amongst women of all nationalities living in the Nagoya area. With monthly social activities, general meetings and special interest groups, there’s something for everyone! E-mail: email@example.com Website: cceanagoya.com
★ Discuss and Debate Club - We discuss Japan and the world in English every Saturday or Sunday (19:00 – 20:30) in Anjo. Contact SETO 080-5132-2377
★ Nagoya cyphers (cyber security group) - Learn or improve your network security skills (mainly Linux) while having fun (experiments, lan parties, etc). English, Spanish, Portuguese or Japanese. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Alberto)
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