|Ms Ai Namima, Japanese instructor at Jewell|
Ns. Namima explains: "Before the culture class, students learnt how Japanese names are created. Each Kanji (Chinese characters) has each meaning and Japanese people name their children with wishing how they want their children to be. Also each kanji determines the pronunciation of how to read the name. So, JPN112 students chose kanji using their creativity and apply that to Japanese calligraphy."
|JPN 112 students showing their work|
|Making traditionally-shaped onigiri|
|A panda onigiri|