Tertiary expo a hit with students

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With a wide range of options to choose from, making decisions about your tertiary education can often seem daunting. If only we could talk to someone face to face and find out more information. 

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Japanese students view Jewels of Kyoto performance

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Geisha girls are well known, even in western culture for their white painted faces, long, carefully woven kimono (Japanese gowns) and immaculately presented hair. However, the first step to becoming a Geisha girl, is first becoming a Maiko which is a Geisha apprentice. Maiko girls do not attend high school, or university, instead once they are finished Junior High School at the age of 15, they leave their families to attend a Maiko school, where they participate in rigorous training in Japanese traditional arts including, tea Ceremony, flower arrangement, and dancing.

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Senior boys touch team tenacious in defeat

Despite the tough start to the season, going down in the first game 7-2, team captain Liam Sutherland was able to inspire the boys and lift their spirit. Even though they didn’t win a single game there was a tangible sense of brotherhood and banter. Through a gallant display of courage, perseverance, and strategy the boys, playing with a squad of only 5 players against One Tree Hill’s undefeated 10, were able to play their best game of the season.

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