Off to The Orient We Go

How's about a trip to Japan? Instructors Lyndsey Daniel and Karen Caig are planning to take a group to explore Japan during the May 2010 intercession. If you feel like earning come class credit on the trip, you can even take a 3-hour humanities course in Japan. Can't get enough of Japan? UACCM recently created a Japanese Club (Otaku Club) to accommodate the growing interest in Japan which meets preiodically throughout the semester.

Those who register with a $95.00 deposit by January 31, 2009 can lock in the 2008 tour prices of $2954 for students and $3289 for non-students. The trip features round-trip airfare, 7 overnight stays in hotels with private bathrooms, breakfast and dinner daily, a full-time bilingual EF Tour Director, 2 sightseeing tours in Tokyo and Kyoto, and visits to the Meiji Shinto Shrine, Asakusa Kannon Temple, Nijo Castle, Heian Shrine and Garden, Gold Pavilion, Osaka Castle, a Sumida River cruise, and more.

For more information on the trip or the Otaku Club,
contact Karen at caig@uaccm.edu or Lyndsey at daniel@uaccm.edu.

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