31 Jul '16, 3am

A unique camp in Singapore helps Japanese kids deal with trauma from the #Fukushima disaster

Kutchie means “full” or “a lot” in a dialect used in the Fukushima Prefecture - and as art camp experiences go, this one packs in plenty for the kids, who are aged 9 to 12. In the afternoons, their schedule includes a mix of art classes (such as pottery and dance), museum trips, and the occasional tourist stop, such as a trip to Sentosa. It all culminates in a farewell party and exhibition on Aug 7 at *SCAPE.

Full article: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/healing-a...

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