A Local Perspective on Life in Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan.

Lectures on the nature of NZ and its conservation project

There will be special lectures on the nature of New Zealand, and life and conservation work of kiwis in English by the Chief Executive of Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Dr. Seddon Bennington and by a Kiwi Ranger, Peter Graham of New Zealand Department of Conservation at Ibaraki Nature Museum this Saturday from 13:30pm to 15:30pm.

The lectures are limited to 300 people, but there are still some openings. If you are interested in attending these lectures, please call the museum at 0297-38-2000 between 9:30AM and 5:00PM and reserve your spot ASAP. Please ask a Japanese speaker to call the museum for you if you don’t speak Japanese. Please also note that the lectures are aimed at junior high school students and above, so no small children will be allowed in. The lectures will be simultaneously translated into Japanese.

From the New Zealand Embassy website,
New Zealand exhibition at Ibaraki Nature Museum, 14 July-30 September

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