JCQ’s first Trivia Night was very successful. It was a fun night with nice Japanese food, drink, game and quiz.
Thank you everyone who participate to the event.
Big thank you to sponsors and Mr. Sam O’Connor MP, and Holding Redlich Lawyers.
It was a great success Mr. Michael Rice “Cycle around Japan” seminar.
Over 60 people came to attend the event. Thank you for attend the event, we hope you had a wonderful and informative night.
From Left Yoshiko Moore (Committee) Mr. Michael Rice and Nao Hirano(President)
Thank you so much for your support and membership of JCQ through this time.
Committee has been busy getting the association started, setting a solid foundation for its future, and growing the work we are doing to support the Japanese community in Queensland.
And some upcoming events:
For your information, the JCQ management committee has agreed that membership renewals will be due on July 1 every year. Members who are due to renew their membership will be notified by email later this month. Our membership fee for individuals is unchanged at $20 per year.
Our membership fee for individuals is unchanged at $20 per year. There are other fees for families and corporate members.
The best way to renew your membership or become a member is online at the JCQ website – https://www.jcq.org.au/en/join-us – just use the standard membership form.
Alternatively you can download a manual membership form from the same website. Or if you have any trouble with this process, send us an email at email@example.com and we will assist you.
Note that we have added two questions – “Would you like to connect with other people from your home prefecture in Japan?” and “Choose a prefecture”. We have set up Facebook groups to help JCQ members from particular areas in Japan connect with each other. If you answer these questions, we will be int ouch to help you join your group.
Thank you again for your continued support. If you have any questions or suggestions about how JCQ can do more for the Japanese community, or just want to get involved, please contact the management committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cycle around Japan presented by the Consulate-General of Japan, Brisbane and supported by Japan Community of Queensland Inc.
Free Seminar + Networking with Light meal
Cycling tourism in Japan, and Japanese culture through the cyclist’s eyes.
Featured Speaker: Mr. Michael Rice
With more than 280,000km of cycling clocked in Japan alone, Michael Rice is a man whose life revolves around bicycles. He is the Cycling TV programme presenter at NHK WORLD-JAPAN, the Japan Country Manager for CHAPTER2 Bikes, and has competed in World Masters races internationally.
His seminar will provide recounts of his unique touring experiences in Japan not depicted in your everyday tourist brochure, whilst giving expert advice on travelling from a foreigner’s point of view.
Mon 17 June, 2:00-4:30pm
Dexus Place, L31, Waterfront Place 1 Eagle Street, Brisbane
Tue 18 June, 5:30-8:00pm
Robina Community Centre (Auditorium),
196 Robina Town Centre Drive, Robina
Cultural Affairs Section, Consulate-General of Japan in Brisbane
Phone: (07) 3221 5188 Email: email@example.com
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I was invited as a represent of the Queensland Japanese community to the “All Australia Gojyuryu Karate Championship 2019” official opening with our supporter Mr. Sam O’Conner MP member for Bonny and Co-Chairman of the Parliamentary friends of Japan.
We welcome to the 5 Japanese Karate federation masters from Japan.