Deaf school holds cultural festival in Oita Prefecture

Students in the hairdressing course make a presentation on what they have learned.

November 24, 2012

The Oita Prefecture School for the Deaf (48 students enrolled) located at Oita-shi in the southern island of Japan held its annual cultural festival on November 23.

The presentations as well as exhibitions which the students demonstrated what they have learned from daily study.

On the stage, there was a skit by the students studying hairdressing (photo). The student and teacher who acted a model captured the spotlight as their ordinary hairstyle that became more fashionable, which won big applause.

There were also work exhibitions and bazaars that attracted many visitors, such as paintings and calligraphic works, clothing, an industrial craft, etc.

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