Like in previous years, HUISA would like to continue the 100 yen campaign. This year, we would like to support Syrian Hands, an organization which aims at solving the educational problem of Syrian children by bringing them back to their schools inside their home towns. A donation of 100 yen would be enough to support the
HUISA would like to announce that various countries are participating in this year’s Hokudaisai International Food Festival 2017!!! Below are participating tents presenting their delicious menus for this year’s festival! Please come visit us at the International Food Festival area at Hokkaido University this coming June 2 – 4 2017
On 6th May, 2017 HUISA organized Hanami party for International and Japanese students of Hokkaido University at Moerenuma Park. Moerenuma Park is a municipal park located in Higashi-ku, Sapporo, Japan. The park has fascinating playground equipment, outdoor sports fields, and objects. Despite rain and chilling weather, the participants enjoyed the activities of the day.
Last Friday (April 7th), HUISA conducted its 2017 General Assembly at Clark Building. It started with the Election of the New Executive Committee members, followed by the Announcement of the next International Food Festival (Hokudaisai).
As a new academic year is about to start, the Executive Committee members of HUISA steps down for a new set of officers to lead the international student community of Hokkaido University. This April 8, 2017 at 3F Clark Memorial Hall, new set officers shall be elected. The positions that are open for a bid for candidacy, as well
As a country rich in culture, it is a common Japanese tradition to celebrate the artistic achievements of its people through Bunkasai, also known as Cultural Festival. Keeping this tradition at hand, HUISA wants to invite you to this year’s HUISA Culture Festival 2016. Let us promote the diversity and friendship among different cultures! We
Dear Friends, It’s hard to do, but can you imagine what it would be like if you’ve lost your world to one disaster? Think of how your world would change if you suddenly lost your parents, your child, your siblings, and your friends in the blink of an eye. Last April, Kumamoto was struck