Division for Global Education is pleased to announce the Global Campus Event, "NAIST Tea Time #17", aimed at strengthening our campus community ties and fostering mutual understanding and familiarity among NAIST's diverse faculty, staff, and students.
"NAIST Tea Time" is a casual, interactive, and educational event with refreshments from different cultures. This time the event is open to NAIST international and Japanese students.
NAIST Tea Time #17
Muslim Religion & Culture
This Tea Time's theme is the Muslim religion and its culture. Not only is Islam the second largest religion today, but also a large percentage of the international population here is Muslim. A Muslim specialist will speak along with one international student about Muslim history, culture, etc. We hope this will be at an opportunity to learn and gain insight about Islam and Muslim life.
- Date: Wednesday, April 10th, 2019
- Time: 16:00 - 17:00
- Location: Kenshu Hall
- Refreshment: Bangladeshi sweets and tea
- Guest speakers:
・Mr. Mohsen Shaker Bayoumy, PhD
(Imam and Director of Osaka Ibaraki Mosque)
・Mr. Md. Rejaul Karim, 3rd year PhD Student
※We hope this will be an event fostering understanding and answering of questions you may have about Islam. Questions may be submitted in advance to: ciss[at]ad.naist.jp
Questions (in Japanese or English) will also be accepted during the event, so please feel free to take part in this informative event.