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From April.28 to May.4, I  went to China ith  a  Delegation of  Legal and  Economic Friendship Association between Japan and China. 

Making  good  use of this opportunity,I introduced "Welcome to Funabashi" there, and here is the response Ifd like to report.

  Han  Sen, a Volunteer Reporter of "Welcometo Funabashi"

L  gWelcome to Funabashih is a good friend of foreigners. It gives us a great help. I@once lived in Funabashi City and I was deeply impressed by the people there.@The column I like best is gJapanese Dishh. Itfs called gLong Life Dishh, so Ifd@like to learn how to make it.

Zhao Cui-lan  Beijing, China
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Ifve finished reading the News Paper---gWelcome to Funabashih. Ifm interested in the gCollection of Garbage by Type.h It tells people clearly how to divide the garbage into different groups in detail. The illustrations help people understand it easily. I think China should do it in this way. Funabashi City must be very clean and beautiful. Someday Ifd like to go and have a look.@@@

Men Qiao-Yun, Beijing, China

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Japanese expressionsh is interesting and Ifve learnt a lot from it. Since I used to study in Japan, it reminded me of a good old memory.

Shu Gang   Yun Nan, China
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 The more I read gWelcome to Funabashih, the more eagerly Ifd like to go and have a look at the city. The more I read it, the more I can feel the warmth of the citizensf hearts. I can also learn Japanese Culture from it. As Ifm doing some hand-making work.,  I em very interested in gJapanese Hand Made Thingsh. If the Paper can teach me something about the history of Kimono and the ways of hand making I will be very happy.           

 Zhang Cong-hui,   Taiwan


 

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