Friends of Japan Disaster relief Charity event – PERTH

Performance time table this Saturday

Japanese interest groups in Perth including Graytown.org are uniting to run Perth’s biggest disaster relief effort. The Japan Disaster Charity Relief Event will be held at Forest Chase in the Perth CBD Saturday April 9th from 10am to 5pm.

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Friends of Japan (FOJ) event – April 09 2011

Please come support all our brilliant performers
@ the stage @ Forrest chase in the city CBD.

9:00 Waon和音 (Didgeridoo, Djambe)
9:20 Kevin Penkin (Piano Soloist)
9:50 Nitro (Human beat box)
10:10 & 10:40 Japanese Choir Milky Way & Sakura
10:20 That Velvet Echo (International Folk act)
10:50 JP9 Band (Japanese hits from the 50’s,60’s & 70’s)
11:15 Speech, Silence prayer
12:20 Momochiyo (Flute)
12:40 Kenji Kitahara (Guitar & Smooth Vocals)
13:00 Ian Cullen (Shakuhachi)
13:10 Cafe Mondo Band (Jazz act)
13:30 Sanshi Trio (Traditional Instrument of Okinawa)
13:40 Byram Stroudsauer Standards Quartet (Jazz)
14:10 Ryu & Tomo
14:40 Captain Taka (Guitar Soloist)
15:10 The Stoops (DJ & Hip Hop act)

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In October 1973, a 78-member goodwill mission from the Kagoshima prefecture visited Perth. Among the leaders of the party were Mayor Sueyoshi and five Members of the municipal assembly. On October 30th, Mayor Sueyoshi formally invited the City of Perth to sign a sister city agreement. The details were finalised in discussions between Lord Mayor Lee-Steere, Mayor Sueyoshi, Town Clerk G.O. Edwards and his counterpart, Mr Fumiyoshi Ogata, and on 19 November the full Council agreed to formalise the sister-city affiliation. The Lord Mayor, Mr Lee-Steere, led a group of Councillors and citizens of Perth during a visit to Kagoshima for the signing of the sister-city agreement, which was formalised on 23 April 1974. Mayor Sueyoshi officially presented the City of Perth with the sister-city documents on 8 May 1974… more

 

LInks”:

http://graytown.org/friends-of-japan-disaster-relief-event/

http://www.japaneselifestyle.com.au/western-australia-l

Consulate-General of Japan in Western Australia
[http://www.perth.au.emb-japan.go.jp/index.htm]

AIESEC [http://www.aiesec.org]

The JET Programme [http://www.jetprogramme.org]

Japan Information Network [http://jin.jcic.or.jp]

Hyogo Prefecture Government Cultural Centre [http://www.hyogo.com.au]
25th Floor, QV1, 250 St.George’s Terrace, Perth, WA 6000
Tel:(08) 9321 8536 Fax:(08) 9321 8586

Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI), Perth Inc.
C/- Hyogo Prefectural Government, Cultural Centre
25th Floor, QV1, 250 St.George’s Terrace, Perth, WA 6000
Tel:(08) 9321 3737 Fax:(08) 9321 8586

Japanese Association of Western Australia
157 Deanmore Road, Scarborough, WA 6019
(please check Google for updated info)

Japanese School in Perth [http://www.japaneseschool.wa.edu.au]
157 Deanmore Road, Scarborough, WA 6019
(please check Google for updated info)

Japan Club of Western Australia Inc. (JCWA)
1st Floor, Albany Highway, East Victoria Park, WA 6101
Tel:(08) 9355 0111 Fax:(08) 9355 0333

Australia-Japan Society in Australia, Perth [http://www.ajf.australia.or.jp/english/societies/aj]
GPO Box A46 Perth WA 6001
Tel/Fax:(08) 9405 8460

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