The second Persian language course for Japanese children, held with the help of Tehran-based Saadi Foundation and in cooperation with the Iranian Embassy, was highly welcomed by learners.
The course was held online due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
According to the foundation, the number of participants increased by 84 percent, compared to the first round.
Iran’s Cultural Attaché Hossein Divsalar said that the first round of such courses for Japanese children was held simultaneously with the young learners’ course. However, parents asked for holding the course independently from the one specialized for young pupils.
Persian language courses were widely welcomed by teens and youths in Japan, which led to the organization of such courses for children.
The call for registration of the 19th round of Persian language courses (fifth online course), which will be for young students and also the third Persian language course for Japanese children will be announced soon.
Source: Iran Daily