The XVI Panamerican Nikkei Convention 2011

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Sep 20111 Sep 20113

Cancun Palace Hotel
Cancun, Quintana Roo
Mexico

The XVI Panamerican Nikkei Convention (COPANI) has the honor to invite you to this important event which will take place in Cancun Beach in Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Date: September 1 to 3, 2011.
Location: Cancun Palace Hotel, Quintana Roo, Mexico.
Website:  http://copani.hana.bi/en/

***What is COPANI?***

The Convencion Panamericana Nikkei (COPANI) is a space developed to gather all America’s Nikkei community’s representatives to exchange experiences and learn from each other creating bonds uniting countries.

The COPANI, is sponsored by the Pan-American Nikkei Association (APN) and it is distinguished to be a forum where all nikkei gather to debate about their community’s issues sharing ideas and experiences to offer solutions to the problems presented. It also offers the opportunity to learn about other countries immigration history from the first japanese people through many generations up to the youth Nikkei community.

In summary, participating in COPANI is a very valuable experience for all Nikkei because the valuable data an experience you will get. This will allow you improve your community as well as the society in which you live.

In the XVI COPANI, adults and young adults have joined to create a entirely unforgettable experience. This is why we invite you and wish you could come and live this extraordinary experience.

 

yn . Last modified Aug 20 2011 4:24 p.m.


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