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Japanese Relations at Queen's (JRQ)

What makes your club unique?:

As the name suggests, this club's main focus is the lovely nation of Japan. We aim to promote Japanese culture and foster international understanding to Queen's students and the Kingston community. We also serve as a bridge between exchange students from both Queen's and Japan. As such, we try to assist students going to Japan with information about the new lifestyle they will encounter and help students visiting Queen's from Japan adopt to the new environment.

What does your club do?: Japanese Relations at Queen's

Our club will provide fun social functions, being educational and cultural! Some of the usual events are: a sukiyaki night, where members gather in small groups to make a traditional Japanese hotpot with the aid of our exec team; a sushi night, where our chef will teach members to make both traditional and modern sushi rolls; and a semi-formal where other clubs of Asian interest may interact with each other.

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Club Co-Presidents: Ian Sue-Chue-Lam & Carolyn Edelmuth

Categories: Common Interest & Social; Religious & Cultural Identity