Filipino school sa Japan, let us support this project please

pinaygurl

10-22-2005, 08:11 PM

if you want to have a filipino school in japan…

pls check this website… and join the survey…

thanks

http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm (http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm)

pinaygurl

10-22-2005, 08:28 PM

para sa karagdagang impormasyon paki tawagan na lang po si

ms. tonette binsol
sa 09093673872

at sa mga iba pang kababayan natin na walang computer o wala bang balita sa proyektong ito. mangyari po lamang paki bigay na lang ang impormasyon ni ms tonette.

supportahan po natin tong proyektong ito para na rin sa ating mga kababayang batang pilipino dito sa japan at para na rin sa ating lahat na pinoy dito sa japan

salamat po…

Tonyang

10-22-2005, 08:41 PM

Dear PinayGurl:

You certainly made a boost of this project. Many thanks for that humble move. Mabuhay ka!

If the schools below had been built, why can’t we?

Pls check these sources:

  1. http://www.tokyopreschools. org
  2. http://www.gov.ph/cat_education/philschoolsoverseas. asp

Government-Approved Philippine Schools Overseas

Bahrain
The Philippine School

China
Manila Xiamen International School

Greece
Katipunan Philippine Cultural Academy
Munting Nayon Community School

Kuwait
Philippine International English School

Libya
Philippine Community School (Tripoli)
Phippine Community School (Benghazi)
Philippine Centennial Academy International

Oman
Philippine School Oman

Qatar
Philippine School Doha
Philippine International School

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
International Philippine School in Riyadh
International Philippine School in Al Khobar
New International Philippine School in Jeddah
Asia International School (formerly Philippine Community School in Al Khobar)
Philippine School in Damman
Second Philippine International School in Riyadh
Al Aarefa International School in Riyadh
Al Hekma International School
Nour Al Maaref International School
Crayons Learning Center
Riyadh International School

United Arab Emirates
PISCO Private School
Pioneers Modern School
The New Filipino Private School
United International Private School
Philippine National School
Pioneers International Private School

Again, there is a possibility to make it happen. Why not? If other nationalities in Japan are successful in building one and other fellow OFWs did it in Kuwait, Greece, Saudi Arabia, Oman and UAE, why can’t we have a Filipino school in Japan?

Pls take note that Filipinos are very successful in this endeavor in Muslim countries… why not in Japan where 400,000 Filipinos dwell and multiplying this number with the number of children that we could target in the whole of Japan?

if you want to have a filipino school in japan…

pls check this website… and join the survey…

thanks

http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm (http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm)

Flippy Aze

10-23-2005, 09:05 AM

Pinaygurl, nag sign ako for registration kaya lang ayaw tanggapin, may problema yata sa “comment to owner” portion. Sinubukan ko characters</=200 kaso ayaw pa rin maregister.

adechan

10-26-2005, 06:26 PM

I always desiring for a Christian school, with a bi-cultural system.

gabby

11-04-2005, 12:34 AM

if you want to have a filipino school in japan…

pls check this website… and join the survey…

thanks

http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm (http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm)

You should do it fast before my wife and her friend beat you to it?

Tonyang

11-30-2005, 11:32 PM

More than one school could be better, Gabby.

Let your wife and friend do it fast too.

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Filipino School in Japan
http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm

Tonyang

11-30-2005, 11:38 PM

Isang sagot muli mula sa isang ina na kasama ang buong pamilya sa Saitama-ken:
Bakit natin kailangan ng isang Filipino School?

“Dahil mas makabubuti pa rin na mamumulat ang mga anak natin dito sa Japan whether Filipino or Fil-Japanese sa mga kaugalian at kulturang Pinoy kasama na ang pagiging ispiritwal. At gayundin para masabayan ng kanilang mga magulang at magabayan ang kanilang pag-aaral, dahil tunay na napakahirap lalo na para sa mag-asawang Filipino na hindi naiintindihan ang mga usapin sa Japanese school.”

“Kami ay lubos na umaasa na magiging isang realidad ang pagkakaroon ng isang Filipino International Christian School dito sa Japan. Sa aming pamilya, prioridad namin ang manatiling magkakasama nang sa gayon ay ang aming values pa rin bilang magulang ang kanilang makagisnan subalit kailangan pa rin namin ang tulong ng isang eskwelahan o kumunidad para sa kanyang ganap na values formation.”

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Filipino school sa Japan - para buhayin at palaganapin na ang Japanese-Filipino identity ay isang advantage at hindi disadvantage… tulungan natin ang proyektong ito sa pamamagitan ng pagkakalat ng balita at pagtulong sa survey na na nasa
http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm .

Bakit kailangan ng survey? Para malaman natin kung saan ang concentration na nakararaming JFC (Japanese-Filipino children) at ilan ang gustong mag-aral. So far sa 170 na na-survey na natin, 1 lang dito ang hihingi pa ng permission ng asawa bagong sumagot ng OO sa Filipino school sa Japan. Karamihan sa mga sumagot ay nasa Saitama at Tsukuba. Baka ibig sabihin nito, sa Saitama o Tsukuba ang unang school natin. Kaya hintayin natin ang iba pang sagot mula sa mga Ka-Timog Forum natin at OFW-Japan Forum sa Yahoogroup. Maraming salamat.

:dogpile:

Muli ang tagumpay ng proyektong ito ay tagumpay nating lahat na mga Pilipino sa Japan dahil tayo ay madalas na minamaliit sa bayang ito dahil na rin siguro sa ating mga kagagawan. Pero ito na nga ang isang paraan para maibangon ang bagong image nating mga Pinoy… dahil concerned tayo sa paglaki ng mga JFC.

adechan

12-01-2005, 08:48 AM

Tonyang,

I know a group of filipino fellowship there in kamiari pursuing a related project. they were thinking of an international christian school, but it will need a lot of time, budget, and getting the license.

as a first step they are planning a day care or some kind of takufuji(?) available 24 hours to take care chilren … Christian style

actually this group is a sister international fellowship nang local church na pinupuntahan ko ngayon. and may dating yochien ang church. but it was closed now for many reasons and changes of people handling the place. we are non-denominational, the lady pastor there pay visit to our place at least once a month and gave the worship message.

if you are interested to contact them and present this project, pls. let me know

Tonyang

12-02-2005, 07:11 AM

Hi Adechan! Yes, by all means, please connect us because it should be a collaborative effort. We could share resources and learn from each other’s experiences. Sis, as long as there is one school that could be up already, the rest will follow. Whoever could start it should be supported by all means. It could be anybody. The most important thing is that the Filipino community will be able to hit this target with the grace of our Lord. This is why data are very important to get things started and directional. Many thanks and more power!

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Filipino school sa Japan - para buhayin at palaganapin na ang Japanese-Filipino identity ay isang advantage at hindi disadvantage… tulungan natin ang proyektong ito sa pamamagitan ng pagkakalat ng balita at pagtulong sa survey na na nasa http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm .

:dogpile:

Bakit kailangan ng survey? Para malaman natin kung saan ang concentration na nakararaming JFC (Japanese-Filipino children) at ilan ang gustong mag-aral. So far sa 180 na na-survey na natin, 1 lang dito ang hihingi pa ng permission ng asawa bagong sumagot ng OO sa Filipino school sa Japan. Karamihan sa mga sumagot ay nasa Saitama at Tsukuba. Baka ibig sabihin nito, sa Saitama o Tsukuba ang unang school natin. Kaya hintayin natin ang iba pang sagot mula sa mga Ka-Timog Forum natin at OFW-Japan Forum (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ofw-japan-forum) sa Yahoogroup.

I am very sure that Filipino Bayanihan in Japan works!

Maraming salamat.

RODSKI

01-02-2006, 11:50 AM

para sa karagdagang impormasyon paki tawagan na lang po si

ms. tonette binsol
sa 09093673872

at sa mga iba pang kababayan natin na walang computer o wala bang balita sa proyektong ito. mangyari po lamang paki bigay na lang ang impormasyon ni ms tonette.

supportahan po natin tong proyektong ito para na rin sa ating mga kababayang batang pilipino dito sa japan at para na rin sa ating lahat na pinoy dito sa japan

salamat po… . . . . . . . hi pinaygurl may email add kb ni MS.TONETTE BINSOL? THANKS!

connie18

01-09-2006, 10:52 AM

if you want to have a filipino school in japan…

pls check this website… and join the survey…

thanks

http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm (http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm)

Let us support this kind of project…
Mabuhay kayong organizers nito!!!
I am so proud of ou guys…
you can count on me anytime…
btw, I have already registered.
Go FILIPINO!!!

ugnayan

01-18-2006, 04:18 AM

More than one school could be better, Gabby.

Let your wife and friend do it fast too.

<><><><><>

Filipino School in Japan
http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm

Hi! Tonette,

Kumusta na, kabayan? Napakaganda ang mga proyekto mo at nawa ang pagpapala ng Diyos ay sumasaiyo!

Pagkabasa ko ng mga replies on this thread, I’m convicted to sit down with you & anyone na seryosong magkaroon ng Filipino School in Japan. As you may know that I’m connected with different NGOs, churches and educational institutions in Japan and other countries.

Right now I’m with YMCA-Saitama helping in the Philippine Work Camp and their related educational services. Yesterday, I talked to the head of the Education Department regarding the Filipino-Japanese Children and she expressed that any foreigner is “welcome” to the school’s programs & services. There are already 5 Filipino teachers here. Just surf the school’s website: http://www12.ocn.ne.jp/~saitamay/index.html

Beginning April 2006, YMCA-Tokorozawa will offer Kids Academy (Kindergarten). Pwede nating pag-aralan ang sistema nila ng Child Center, Pre-Kinder & Kids Academy: http://www12.ocn.ne.jp/~saitamay/sub14.html The classes will be conducted in English (morning of Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays); Japanese will be afternoon sessions and whole day of Tuesdays & Thursdays). If you & others are interested, I can help faciliate sa pag-observe at pagkonsulta sa mga lider dito. On February 4-8, may Open House ang YMCA-Tokorozawa kaya parents & children can come to the school pero kailangan ng reservation/advance call kasi kailangan ng ID.

I have a Taiwanese friend-neighbor na tinulungan ko rin sa pagpapatayo ng kanyang juku/cram school 5 years ago na ngayon ay dumarami ng kanyang klase. Nakaibigan ko rin ang teacher ng isang Aviation School (400 students) sa Tokorozawa na pag-aari ng isang pamilya. I’m sharing this info kasi napatunayan ko na kaya naman ng isang foreigner o isang pamilya ang magkaroon ng kahit maliit na school.

Mahigit isang taon na akong sumasama sa pagbuo ng Reischauer University dito sa Japan. Well, it’s been 15 years na binubuo ng mga Japanese university presidents ito and I’d been privileged to hear the background in forming this school since chairman of the committee ang aking adoptive Japanese father.

Well, hindi nga madali…pero pwede nating umpisahan na tukuyin ang direksyon…sa biyaya ng Diyos may sasama na mas expert pa sa atin na ipagpapatuloy ang nabuong Vision & Mission hanggang matupad ang pagkakaroon ng Filipino School in Japan.

Naisip ko rin ang role ng ating embahada…

Hope to hear from you again!

God bless!

Tonyang

01-21-2006, 09:56 PM

Hi Ugnayan! Happy New Year sa iyo at sa iyong mga kapamilya! Nababasa ko rin ang magagandang balita tungkol sa iyong mga movement sa community. Keep up the good work and the Lord is with us all the time!

Would be glad to sit down with you on how we can help each other. Sis, eto iyung natapos kong blog tungkol sa project

http://www.fil-school-japan.net

Sa paraang iyan, baka makatulong para maisulong ng husto ang ating awareness calls… para magising ang bayang naka-online :smiley:

Tawagan o i-email mo lang ako at lunch o dinner tayo para pag-usapan ito. Ngapala, tuloy-tuloy lang ang Kabayan Orientation http://www.tpmovers.org/kabayan_o.htm at di tayo tumitigil hangga’t may migranteng gustong mag-aral tuwing Linggo sa Meguro. Baka maisabay na rin natin ang Migrant Kids’ Cultural Extension School. Nasa planning pa lamang ito at may higit 10 estudyante pa lamang ang nagpapatala. Sana matuloy lahat para maganda ang kinabukasan nating lahat sa Japan.

Good luck sa lahat ng mga ginagawa mo… sana matuloy rin ang ating partnership na magkaroon ng isang migrants school kasama ang inyong NPO pero baka marurunong na silang mag-computer lahat ngayon.

ugnayan

01-22-2006, 01:13 PM

Hi Ka Tonyang! Salamat sa bati at reply mo! Let’s have a fruitful 2006 :)! Last week, I kept in touch with my friend in the Philippines who owns a school (elementary up to High School; 7 years in operation now) and asked updates on DepEd’s policy on Filipino overseas schools. She’ll be sending to me the updates and even expressed to help us process the documents at DepEd just to expedite our plan since she always attends meetings there. She really wonder why we have not started a school for the Filipinos in Japan. In her report to me, there are a lot of Filipino schools in different countries.

I have a very flexible schedule and I can make time just to talk about this project. Ito ang EB natin with a cause and we can invite likeminded folks :slight_smile:

ejrmm

01-22-2006, 02:00 PM

Hi Ugnayan! Happy New Year sa iyo at sa iyong mga kapamilya! Nababasa ko rin ang magagandang balita tungkol sa iyong mga movement sa community. Keep up the good work and the Lord is with us all the time!

Would be glad to sit down with you on how we can help each other. Sis, eto iyung natapos kong blog tungkol sa project

http://www.fil-school-japan.net

Sa paraang iyan, baka makatulong para maisulong ng husto ang ating awareness calls… para magising ang bayang naka-online :smiley:

Tawagan o i-email mo lang ako at lunch o dinner tayo para pag-usapan ito. Ngapala, tuloy-tuloy lang ang Kabayan Orientation http://www.tpmovers.org/kabayan_o.htm at di tayo tumitigil hangga’t may migranteng gustong mag-aral tuwing Linggo sa Meguro. Baka maisabay na rin natin ang Migrant Kids’ Cultural Extension School. Nasa planning pa lamang ito at may higit 10 estudyante pa lamang ang nagpapatala. Sana matuloy lahat para maganda ang kinabukasan nating lahat sa Japan.

Good luck sa lahat ng mga ginagawa mo… sana matuloy rin ang ating partnership na magkaroon ng isang migrants school kasama ang inyong NPO pero baka marurunong na silang mag-computer lahat ngayon.

Dear Ka Tonyang,
Someday I will join your class and be of help with your initiative…
See you soon…and keep going with your hard work GOD bless you.
Wishing you all the best.

/ejrmm

Tonyang

01-22-2006, 09:23 PM

Hi Ka Tonyang! Salamat sa bati at reply mo! Let’s have a fruitful 2006 :)! Last week, I kept in touch with my friend in the Philippines who owns a school (elementary up to High School; 7 years in operation now) and asked updates on DepEd’s policy on Filipino overseas schools. She’ll be sending to me the updates and even expressed to help us process the documents at DepEd just to expedite our plan since she always attends meetings there. She really wonder why we have not started a school for the Filipinos in Japan. In her report to me, there are a lot of Filipino schools in different countries.

I have a very flexible schedule and I can make time just to talk about this project. Ito ang EB natin with a cause and we can invite likeminded folks :slight_smile:

Hi there Sis! That’s good to know… the more resources, the better. Your DepEd contacts might be able to help to understand the Philippine side requirements.

Hope you can help in the survey. There are many ways to acquire as many data being responses from interested subjects. We need to estimate the concentration parameters (location and age classes esp). This is for the feasibility. Hope you visited the site already. There we have the leads of the models both based in Japan and overseas. The site is right at http://www.fil-school-japan.net and please provide comments here and there too if your time will permit.

EB… no prob. Action plans could be continuously done, both online and offline. Teamwork is something to develop and as you know too, it’s not easy to form one from randomness. Thus, I would like to suggest a surveying team first to find out the commitment of those who really want to become part of it.

Ciaooo!:open_mouth:

Tonyang

01-22-2006, 09:28 PM

Dear Ka Tonyang,
Someday I will join your class and be of help with your initiative…
See you soon…and keep going with your hard work GOD bless you.
Wishing you all the best.

/ejrmm

EJRMM, thanks a lot! We’ll start with the kids classes sometime in Feb. The adult program might wait for a while. Alam mo na… medyo mahirap ma-organize ang mga klase. Hanap tayo ng right timing. Do you want to teach and/or find students? I will prepare a BLOG for Kabayan Orientation sometime soon. Para makita ninyo yung modules. Incidentally, we’re thinking of creating more advanced classes esp for advanced programmers and those who want to learn higher levels. We have teachers who can do that too. So in a nutshell:

OFW classes - Japanese (basic & advanced), Computer (basic & advanced), Business (startup)

Kids classes - Culture, English, Filipino

For the higher levels, we could teach programming, multimedia, troubleshooting… basta may batch with at least 3 buhay na yung class.

Hanggang sa muli…

adechan

01-22-2006, 09:34 PM

Hi! Tonette,

Kumusta na, kabayan? Napakaganda ang mga proyekto mo at nawa ang pagpapala ng Diyos ay sumasaiyo!

Pagkabasa ko ng mga replies on this thread, I’m convicted to sit down with you & anyone na seryosong magkaroon ng Filipino School in Japan. As you may know that I’m connected with different NGOs, churches and educational institutions in Japan and other countries.

Right now I’m with YMCA-Saitama helping in the Philippine Work Camp and their related educational services. Yesterday, I talked to the head of the Education Department regarding the Filipino-Japanese Children and she expressed that any foreigner is “welcome” to the school’s programs & services. There are already 5 Filipino teachers here. Just surf the school’s website: http://www12.ocn.ne.jp/~saitamay/index.html

Beginning April 2006, YMCA-Tokorozawa will offer Kids Academy (Kindergarten). Pwede nating pag-aralan ang sistema nila ng Child Center, Pre-Kinder & Kids Academy: http://www12.ocn.ne.jp/~saitamay/sub14.html The classes will be conducted in English (morning of Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays); Japanese will be afternoon sessions and whole day of Tuesdays & Thursdays). If you & others are interested, I can help faciliate sa pag-observe at pagkonsulta sa mga lider dito. On February 4-8, may Open House ang YMCA-Tokorozawa kaya parents & children can come to the school pero kailangan ng reservation/advance call kasi kailangan ng ID.

I have a Taiwanese friend-neighbor na tinulungan ko rin sa pagpapatayo ng kanyang juku/cram school 5 years ago na ngayon ay dumarami ng kanyang klase. Nakaibigan ko rin ang teacher ng isang Aviation School (400 students) sa Tokorozawa na pag-aari ng isang pamilya. I’m sharing this info kasi napatunayan ko na kaya naman ng isang foreigner o isang pamilya ang magkaroon ng kahit maliit na school.

Mahigit isang taon na akong sumasama sa pagbuo ng Reischauer University dito sa Japan. Well, it’s been 15 years na binubuo ng mga Japanese university presidents ito and I’d been privileged to hear the background in forming this school since chairman of the committee ang aking adoptive Japanese father.

Well, hindi nga madali…pero pwede nating umpisahan na tukuyin ang direksyon…sa biyaya ng Diyos may sasama na mas expert pa sa atin na ipagpapatuloy ang nabuong Vision & Mission hanggang matupad ang pagkakaroon ng Filipino School in Japan.

Naisip ko rin ang role ng ating embahada…

Hope to hear from you again!

God bless!

Ugnayan … i was been in YMCA tokorozawa before, gosh didn’t know that they go far on their projects.

shonen

01-23-2006, 01:58 PM

I still believe in a Christian-way of bringing up our children… it’s about time…
Let us not forget where we came from and let us show our children where we came from.
Makakabuti pa rin na lumaki ang mga anak natin dala ang kultura, ugali, at gawaing Filipino saan man sila makarating.

Tonyang

01-24-2006, 12:42 AM

Tonyang,

I know a group of filipino fellowship there in kamiari pursuing a related project. they were thinking of an international christian school, but it will need a lot of time, budget, and getting the license.

as a first step they are planning a day care or some kind of takufuji(?) available 24 hours to take care chilren … Christian style

actually this group is a sister international fellowship nang local church na pinupuntahan ko ngayon. and may dating yochien ang church. but it was closed now for many reasons and changes of people handling the place. we are non-denominational, the lady pastor there pay visit to our place at least once a month and gave the worship message.

if you are interested to contact them and present this project, pls. let me know

Ade-chan, thanks. Additional contacts are good. We really need support for our SURVEY first (http://www.fil-school-japan.net). Malaking project ito sis kaya malaking budget ang kailangan pero lahat mapapadali kung may tulungan at may common direction at strategic. Pls help us disseminate the survey. The more important part is info dissemination to the right respondents. Decisions na kailangan natin mula sa mga pami-pamilya. Support ang inyong grupo. Ok lang iyung daycare… pero di lang daycare ang contents ng curriculum na dapat tututukan. Iyung mga overseas school natin sa ibang OFW countries at mga existing foreign school dito, may ok na curricula para sundan at i-evaluate… kasi operational na sila. License is a struggle… pero kung magagaling ang mga katrabaho natin, mapapagkatiwalaan at alam ang dapat gawin, wala na sigurong problema para di ito matuloy. Survey results really count… Kayo ba sis ng asawa mo pag-aaralin ninyo ang inyong anak pag nabuo ito?

Tonyang

01-24-2006, 12:46 AM

I still believe in a Christian-way of bringing up our children… it’s about time…
Let us not forget where we came from and let us show our children where we came from.
Makakabuti pa rin na lumaki ang mga anak natin dala ang kultura, ugali, at gawaing Filipino saan man sila makarating.

Salamat sa motivation, Shonen. Pls help us popularize our BLOG at http://www.fil-school-japan.net . Please add in a comment there if your time permits. We need your support because we share one idea about this project. ADVOCACY tayo ngayon at SURVEY responses sana dumami para empowering dahil dadagsa ang awareness.

ugnayan

01-31-2006, 12:00 AM

Hi Tonyang! Kumusta na? Natapos din ang proyekto ko this month–2 lectures para sa Philippine Work Camp plus booklet on Philippine Orientation. Libre ka ba sa Sabado, February 4 ng hapon hanggang 4 PM? Pwede tayong mag-EB para pag-usapan ang Filipino School at ipakilala ko rin ikaw sa NPO contacts ko sa Tachikawa. May libreng konsultasyon para sa mga foreigners.

Hope to hear from you soon!

Tonyang

01-31-2006, 07:18 AM

Sa Feb 4 sis iyung concert natin para sa Breast Cancer Society of Manila with Shigemi Yoshioka. Baka puwedeng makasama ang mga NPO contact doon sa Tokyo Women’s Plaza 7-8:45PM. Bandang Shibuya ito at katabi ng United Nations University. More details at www.bcsmi.org (http://www.bcsmi.org) patungkol sa mga beneficiary.

Muli, iyung main need data sana so kung makakatulong ang inyong group para sa data gathering, mas maganda. Ang mga detalye ay nasa http://www.fil-school-japan.net . To date, may higit 200 responses pa lang tayo para sa isang malawakang feasibility study sa buong Japan para sa parameter-estimates natin (number of JFCs, concentration, ages etc)

Maraming salamat.

ugnayan

02-02-2006, 03:06 AM

Hi Tonyang! I’ll inform my NGO friends about your charity concert. May gagawin na ako after the Free Consultation for Foreign Residents sa Tachikawa City sa Sabado kaya pasensya na hindi ako makakarating sa concert.

Nabasa mo ba ang info tungkol sa International Schools in Japan sa Daily Yomiuri noong Martes, Janaury 31? Ito pa ang website ng mga International Schools: http://www.realestate-tokyo.com/info/school/index.aspx

May timeframe ka ba sa survey para sa Filipino School in Japan? Nakikita ko na ang pagdagsa ng nikkiejin/sankeijin kasama ang asawa at anak nila sa Japan ang susupurta sa proyektong ito. May contacts ako sa Shizuoka na sa palagay ko ay gusto nila na mag-aral ang kanilang anak sa International School. Karamihan ng contacts ko ay Filipina na may asawang Hapon kaya ipinasok ang anak nila sa pinakamalapit na Japanese school.

Tonyang

02-03-2006, 08:44 PM

Hi Tonyang! I’ll inform my NGO friends about your charity concert. May gagawin na ako after the Free Consultation for Foreign Residents sa Tachikawa City sa Sabado kaya pasensya na hindi ako makakarating sa concert.

Nabasa mo ba ang info tungkol sa International Schools in Japan sa Daily Yomiuri noong Martes, Janaury 31? Ito pa ang website ng mga International Schools: http://www.realestate-tokyo.com/info/school/index.aspx

May timeframe ka ba sa survey para sa Filipino School in Japan? Nakikita ko na ang pagdagsa ng nikkiejin/sankeijin kasama ang asawa at anak nila sa Japan ang susupurta sa proyektong ito. May contacts ako sa Shizuoka na sa palagay ko ay gusto nila na mag-aral ang kanilang anak sa International School. Karamihan ng contacts ko ay Filipina na may asawang Hapon kaya ipinasok ang anak nila sa pinakamalapit na Japanese school.

Hi Ugnayan! Thanks sa message. Nope di ko siya nabasa. Do you have the copy? Anong tema? Thanks sa link sa international schools sa Japan.

We need many data, Ugnayan. Since 2002 pa natin ito proyekto… up to now, kulang pa rin sa mobilization para mas maraming data para malaman natin kung saan ang concentration at saang lugar unang-una dapat itayo ang isang Filipino school.

I am sure may next time pa para magkita-kita tayo at matulungan ang mga breast cancer patient.

Ingat palagi.

Tonyang

02-27-2006, 09:43 PM

Folks:

I got a message from CFO (Commission on Filipinos Overseas) and its interest to help the formation of the Filipino International School in Japan. Hope that you can help too by providing more data to know the concentration parameters in order to complete our proposal… ika nga’y, huwag po tayong pahuli at baka buo na at saka pa lang tayo tutulong… sana sa umpisa pa lang, makita na natin ang mga totoong kikilos para magkatotoo ang proyektong ito. Maraming salamat po.

SURVEY - http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm (http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm)
WEBSITE - http://www.fil-school-japan.net (http://www.fil-school-japan.net)


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This is Atty. Golda Myra Roma, officer of the Planning, Research and Policy Office of the Commission on Filipinos Overseas. I read your message in the pinoy abroad yahoo groups and I got interested regarding your proposal of establishing a Filipino school in Japan.

As you would probably know, the CFO is the Secretariat of the Inter-Agency Committee on Philippine Schools Overseas. CFO supervises and coordinates activities relevant to PSOs and assist in the establishment of PSOs, among other things. At present, there are 39 schools in 9 countries, 31 of which are already accredited by the Department of Education.

In this regard, may I inquire on how CFO can assist you in your plan to put up a Philippine school in Japan. May I also inquire on the following to assist us in evaluating the feasibility of putting up a school in Japan:
a. number of prospective students who may enrol
b. existence of Philippine studies or curricula in Japanese schools
c. possible venue

We hope to hear from you on these matters. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us.

Thank you and best regards,
Golda Myra Roma

Tonyang

03-17-2006, 09:51 PM

Maraming salamat sa inyong suporta sa Filipino School in Japan project. Sana’y matulungan ninyo ang project na makahanap pa ng mas maraming susuporta. Mga 100 siguradong estudyante ng iskuwelang ito ay malaking bagay para makapag-umpisa tayo sa Tokyo. Pls help us spread the word around. Puwede akong magpadala sa iyo ng mga survey form para maikalat sa inyong mga kaibigan. Let me know the address to send these forms. Pakisulat na lang sa tpmovers@gmail.com . More about the project at www.fil-school-japan.net (http://www.fil-school-japan.net) . Puwede ring mag-reply sa online form na nasa http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm . Maraming salamat muli.

Tonyang

03-18-2006, 10:02 AM

Napakahalaga ng survey form na ito dahil awareness tool ito di lang para malaman kung ilan ang puwedeng mag-aral kundi sila mismo na interesadong mga magulang, ang sasagot sa survey na ito. Very effective dahil may nakalakip na istorya kung bakit natin kailangan ang FISJ. Mula sa creative concept nito, ilan sa mga kahalagahang ito ay:

-Empowerment ng bawat magulang ng JFC o migranteng magulang na nasa Japan

-Bayanihan para sa JFC o Japanese-Filipino children identity

-Dagdag na trabaho para sa nakararami kung may sariling restaurant, canteen, bookstore o cooperative itong mabubuo

-Bicultural orientation vs. monocultural orientation

-new Filipino image-formation

etc etc

Tonyang

04-02-2006, 08:25 AM

http://www.tpmovers.org/filchild_japwriting. jpg

Practice ng pagsusulat ng Kanji (漢字) para maka-catchup sa mga lesson sa isang public school… enjoy naman si onesan sa pagsusulat dahil parang nagdo-drawing lang siya ng mga Kanji na ito. Sa karamihan, pagkatapos ng 1 taon, madaling nakakasabay ang mga Pinoy na batang namulatan ang abakada o ABC. Ang galing ng mga batang Pinoy! Mabilis silang matuto. Mabilis din nilang makalimutan ang kulturang Pinoy. Eto ay isang problema dahil sila ay mga Pilipino at dapat bicultural ang kanilang orientation. Sa bagay na ito, makatutulong ang isang Filipino International School in Japan (FISJ).

More about the project at http://www.fil-school-japan.net (http://www.fil-school-japan.net/) .

May online survey po tayo para marami tayong data na makuha para sa ating FISJ project. Suportahan po natin ang survey na ito na nasa:
http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm (http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm)

Let us spread the word about FISJ!

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