Tokyo (Japan), August 10 (ANI): Kazuo Inamori, founder of Japan’s global business Kyocera believes that exposure to different cultures is important to the growth of a child from his own personal experience overseas when he was younger. Since 1978, Kyocera has sponsored cultural exchange tours for children from other countries to visit and exchange cultural activities in Japan. As part of the company’s social contribution, it has invited Vietnamese children on tours of Japan for the second time this year. The students also visited the Kyocera Museum of Fine Ceramics, which exhibits the development process of ceramic technology since its inception. Focusing on Asia, artists from each country around the world participate in the Yokohama Triennale. A wide range of exhibits with an international flavor, such as art works made from life jackets and lifeboats used by refugees on the island of Greece is on exhibit. The open port city of Yokohama is further enhanced by art.
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