The Fourth Annual Consulate General of Japan in Boston
1. The Japanese Language Contest is comprised of two areas:
Participants may enter only one area of the contest.
While submission by postal mail is fine, email submissions are strongly encouraged. Send the essay or speech text as an email attachment (Word or pdf preferred) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Entry Form and Guidelines (this page) can be downloaded from the Consulate’s website.
(Two years of high school Japanese is counted as one year at the university level.)
Through a magnificent gift from the Lunder Foundation (based in Maine), the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is now offering free admission to all students at Bates (as well as students at other Maine institutions). All current students at Bates can now make an unlimited number of free visits to the Museum by showing a valid Bates ID card.
The Museum of Fine Arts, located at 465 Huntington Avenue in Boston, is a great treasure-house of art, history, and culture of the world, with splendid new wings devoted to contemporary art and to its matchless collection of American art. It is open seven days a week from 10:00 am until 4:45 pm (until 9:45 pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays). Information on its collections, special exhibits, and programs can be found at www.mfa.org.