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Hanford, California

. Rose-McCarthy School, and Western Christian School. Culture The Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture The Clark Center features the Ruth & Sherman Lee Institute, http: www.ccjac.org the mission of which is to collect, preserve and exhibit works of fine art, primarily the arts of Japan. The Center, a complex of buildings in a style informed by Japanese architecture, also houses a specialist library for Japanese art and culture. In September 2014, Bill


Vanuatu

;autogenerated1" and up to 78% in 2012. Port Vila and three other centres have campuses of the University of the South Pacific, an educational institution co-owned by twelve Pacific countries. The campus in Port Vila, known as the Emalus Campus, houses the University's law school. Culture thumb upright Wooden Slit drum (Vanuatu) slit drums (File:Wooden slit drums from Vanuatu, Bernice P. Bishop Museum.JPG) from Vanuatu, Bernice P. Bishop Museum


Taiwan

as an international school and is restricted from accepting Taiwanese (Taiwanese people) who do not possess a foreign passport. Mission statement The school states its mission as follows: "''Morrison Academy exists to meet the educational needs of the children of missionaries throughout Taiwan, helping fulfill Christ's commission to go into all the world. Morrison seeks to provide a Christ-centered school culture where all students, from missionary and non-missionary families


Tokyo

. Publicly run kindergartens, elementary schools (years 1 through 6), and Primary schools (7 through 9) are operated by local wards or municipal offices. Public Secondary schools in Tokyo are run by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Board of Education and are called "Metropolitan High Schools". Tokyo also has many private schools from kindergarten through high school. Culture File:Nihon-Kagaku-Miraikan,Koto-ward,Tokyo,Japan.JPG thumb The Miraikan National


Turkey

developed emotional and cultural ties to their parent’s country and also to the country which they live in and intend to remain. . Most Turks live in two conflicting cultures with contrasting behaviour codes and patterns of belonging. At work or school, German culture (Culture of Germany) tends to dominate, while during leisure time social networks divide along ethnic lines of the Turkish culture. In the first generation


Germany

to remain. . Most Turks live in two conflicting cultures with contrasting behaviour codes and patterns of belonging. At work or school, German culture (Culture of Germany) tends to dominate, while during leisure time social networks divide along ethnic lines of the Turkish culture. In the first generation of migrants, social networks were almost exclusively Turkish, and now in the second and third generations this segregation line


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