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Seminar 2 with Jun from Hapa Eikaiwa! Lead the way! Practical Travel English

Jun from Hapa Eikaiwa, which has over 14,000 newsletter subscribers, 45,000 podcast listeners, and 32,000 Youtube subscribers, is coming back to Cafetalk!
Announcing our 2nd seminar with Jun from Hapa Eikaiwa!
Learn helpful travel English phrases, just in time for Golden Week!
Jun will teach you a selection of practical phrases that you can put to use during situations that everyone experiences when traveling abroad.
Study in secret and suprise your friends and family with your skills during the trip!

Seminar Details

Date / Time:
Sat Apr 23rd, 2016 10:00 (Japan Time)
About 120 Min
3,000 Points
Live viewing AND viewing of the recording are both possible


10:00 AM

This seminar's theme is "Travel English"
You can learn phrases that seem easy,
but can be surprisingly tricky to use
in the following situations:


There will be a short break followed by a
Q&A session (40 minutes)
Scheduled to end at 12:00

Lead the way! Practical Travel English

Sat Apr 23rd, 2016 10:00 (Asia/Tokyo)

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『Jun Senesac』

・Born and raised in Los Angeles. Half Japanese, half American
・Attended a Los Angeles school for Japanese children until 4th grade, then attended local schools
・Graduated from UC Santa Barbara in California
・Studied abroad at Hitotsubashi University in Japan for 1 year
・Worked as a coordinator for international relations at the Uchinada Town Office in Uchinada, Ishikawa for 2 years
・Returned to the US in 2011, an opened an Irvine branch of “BYB English Center,” the English school my mother had been running in Los Angeles since 1985
・First English language book to be published in Japan next spring

『Hapa Eikaiwa』

・Blog and newsletter began at the start of 2013, followed by podcasts and video broadcasts
・Monthly page views: about 1,050,000
・Newsletter subscribers: about 15,000
・Podcast listeners: about 45,000
・Youtube subscribers: 32,506
・Podcast awarded an iTunes “Best of” title two years in a row (2014, 2015)

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