As A Clue To The Creation Of A KYOSEI Society - Living Together In Harmony. New Film "Lunana A Yak In The Classroom" Presented to SEISA Students for Educational Preview
SEISA has been associated with the Kingdom of Bhutan for nearly 40 years, and some of our activities have developed into international exchange and diplomatic initiatives on behalf of the country. In addition to field trips to Bhutan, students from Bhutan are currently studying with SEISA in Hokkaido and Kanagawa Prefecture.
No matter how much the world changes, Bhutan continues to preserve its unique nature, tradition and culture.
What is happiness? What is the essential and natural relationship between human beings? When you land in Bhutan, you are instantly transported back in time, and you are reminded of the good old days and the fact that you are alive. Acknowledging ourselves and others, one by one, will lead to a society where we can live together. There are many things we can learn from Bhutan in order to realize a KYOSEI society - living together in harmony.
In this context, the film "Lunana A Yak In The Classroom" has been completed as an opportunity to let everyone in Japan know about Bhutan, even if only a little, and will be released sequentially throughout Japan on Saturday, April 3, 2021.
This time, through a small connection, we decided to hold a classroom preview of the film "Lunana A Yak In The Classroom" as an opportunity for SEISA students who are involved with international students from Bhutan to think about "mutual relations", "co- education" and "learning".
On Tuesday, March 30, 2021, the main venue was a log cabin at the SEISA Kokusai Hachioji (SEISA Takao Campus), with approximately 200 students, teachers and staff from across Japan wishing to learn about Bhutan participating online. The event began with a screening of the actual film, followed by a talk session with the film director Mr. Pawo afterwards, making it an extremely valuable learning opportunity. Thank you to all who helped make it possible.
SEISA will continue to provide valuable opportunities for students to learn about Bhutan, the source of Asia, and to reflect on how Japan and themselves can live together in harmony.
For more information about the film, please visit the following website.