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Int'l school teachers learn outdoor first aid
Teachers from two international schools and hiking club members participated in an outdoor education first-aid course provided by the American-based National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) at Chadwick International School in Incheon over the weekend.
SIWA to hold meeting for new members
The Seoul International Women's Association (SIWA) will host a meeting to welcome new members at the Itaewon Global Village Center, Friday.“If you are new to Seoul or new to SIWA, we encourage you to join our newcomers meeting. It’s a great chance to get to know a little more about our organization and the city of Seoul. The meeting will be held on the second Friday of each month. SIWA membership is not required to attend,” the group said in a press release.
International school to host open day event
Dwight School in Seoul will be hosting an open house event on Feb. 27. The event will be from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. to give participants the opportunity to meet and listen to the head of school, a senior leadership team and International Baccalaureate (IB) coordinators speak about the school, its mission and philosophy.
Korean NGO launches project 'Hope'
The Korea-based NGO Samdong International has introduced its 2015 project "Cure 100: Children's Hope Project," an initiative designed to give crucial medical care to 100 children from developing countries across Asia. Samdong International has been offering international aid since 2008.
Global center offers K-pop dance class
Yeoksam Global Village Center is presenting a K-pop dance class where participants will learn K-pop dance routines and choreography at the Yeoksam 1 Culture Center Gymnasium in Gangnam-gu, Seoul, every Friday beginning Feb. 6.
Exhibition features 100 African art works
An exhibition featuring over 20 artists titled "Africa Now: Political Patterns" at the Seoul Museum of Art will continue through Feb. 15. The works serve as a meeting point for Africa's political situation. “Being the first in Korea to introduce contemporary African art, it also sets out to represent post-colonial, diaspora, and non-Western art by presenting the current states of African art," states the program.
Charity dinner to help children
A pre-Valentine charity dinner event organized by members of the Filipino American Korean Association will be held at Club MoMa in Seoul, Saturday. The event is a special fundraiser to assist with the Bully Program of American School, a chosen children's orphanage in Seoul, and the Batang Ala-Eh Scholarship Project for less fortunate children of San Juan Batangas, the Philipp...
Global Villate Center presents traditional crafts
The Itaewon Global Village Center in Seoul invites participants to make Korean soaps using mugwort, red clay and jjok (a fermented material made from a weed called jjok-pul and powdered oyster shells) on Feb. 6.
RAS to visit Sookmyung University museums
The Korean branch of the Royal Asiatic Society invites people to visit two museums on the campus of Sookmyung Women's University and learn about the lives of girls and women from Korea's past and present this Saturday. Guests will be met by tour leader David Gemeinhardt and English speaking docents from the museum at the Chong Young Yang Embroidery Museum in the Renaissance P...
Irish Association seeks members
The Irish Association of Korea (IAK) will meet at the Grand Hyatt in Seoul on Sunday. Founded in 2000, the association is comprised of people based in Korea who seek “to promote Ireland and Irishness primarily through a number of events throughout the year,” it said on its website.
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