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Japanese exchange student Takeshi Yamamoto helps an RSS student write her name in kanji, or Japanese characters. Yamamoto was visiting RSS with an exchange class from a middle school in Ono-cho Japan, a community near the city of Nagoya. The students participate in the exchange on an annual basis.                              - Aaron Orlando/ Revelstoke Times Review
Japanese exchange student Takeshi Yamamoto helps an RSS student write her name in kanji, or Japanese characters. Yamamoto was visiting RSS with an exchange class from a middle school in Ono-cho Japan, a community near the city of Nagoya. The students participate in the exchange on an annual basis.
— image credit: Aaron Orlando/ Revelstoke Times Review

PHOTO: Japanese exchange student Takeshi Yamamoto helps an RSS student write her name in kanji, or Japanese characters. Yamamoto was visiting RSS with an exchange class from a middle school in Ono-cho Japan, a community near the city of Nagoya. The students participate in the exchange on an annual basis. Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Times Review

 

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