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Socially distanced international marketplace

By Travis Smith

The Lindsey Wilson College International Student Program (ISP) began an international marketplace series on Wednesday at the ISP house on the A.P. White Campus. Japan kicked off the series as students Yuno Oe of Yokohama Kanagawa, Japan and Mayu Satoh of Tokyo, Japan provided Japanese cuisine and answered questions about their home country during a Q & A session with questions that were submitted by LWC students prior to the event.

Face masks, social distancing, temperature checks and a 25 person guest limit were implemented to keep the event safe for students and other participants.

ISP began the series as a way to combine the best of the International Marketplace and International Education Week into one event during the Covid-19 Pandemic. ISP plans on showcasing a different country or geographic region every Wednesday during the fall semester.




This story was posted on 2020-09-30 12:13:49
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Yuno Oe and Mayu Satoh



2020-09-30 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Lindsey Wilson College.
LWC ISP students Yuno Oe of Yokohama Kanagawa, Japan (left) and Mayu Satoh of Tokyo, Japan (right) provided Japanese cuisine and answered questions about their home country during a Q & A session at the International Marketplace on Wednesday.

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