The first Japanese language café was, in our opinion, a huge success and the turnout, honestly, much better than expected. A language café from this description given here is basically about conversation and improving or bettering one’s language speaking skills as well as getting to know more about the culture behind that language. Our theme being Japanese, we welcomed all Japanese learners and those interested in the Japanese culture for the event.
In a perfect world, Gillian would be travelling round the world in her red vintage VW T1 van (Hippie Van) gathering stories of the people she meets and retelling them to those ready to listen. She is in the process of building this world which is now going to have all of you in it.
In our last post, we told you all about language cafés and how they are a fun way to practise speaking your target language. Well, we have some exciting news today! The Wondercores are proud to present the first ever Japanese language café in Kenya (that we know of)!
Mbithe’s ideal life would consist of an infinite loop of travelling to beautiful, idyllic locations with breathtaking views, amazing food, and nothing on her to-do list but relaxation and rejuvenation. Mbithe’s actual life involves a lot of proposals, research papers, and code, with just enough travel to make up for the rest of it.
In this world where the planet is becoming increasingly smaller in terms of interactions with people across seas and oceans, the need to learn foreign tongues has never been more important. If not for the mere interest of learning something new and different, the professional appeal of taking up a foreign language is a huge motivating factor.
Shikow is a student of the law, life and day dreams. A lover of adventure and good times, she takes delight in learning and creating new things. She is a beautiful letdown and painfully uncool.