Graduation and opening ceremonies of this spring are cancelled in many places in Japan
People’s Daily Online, Tokyo, February 26. According to the “Daily News” report, affected by the new coronavirus pneumonia epidemic, Japan has successively cancelled the school’s graduation ceremony and opening ceremony.
Near Pacific University announced on the 25th that it would cancel the graduation ceremony for antiques in March and the opening ceremony for April.
It is reported that the opening ceremony of Jiangsu University plans to invite the alumni of the university and music producer Tsunku to perform. It is expected that there will be one.
50,000 people participated, but due to the risk of contagion, it was eventually canceled, and the principal and guests of the live broadcast were replaced.
International Liberal University also announced on the 25th that it will postpone the antique graduation and opening ceremonies. The date has not been determined.
International Liberal University has an overseas exchange study system. All students will go to study abroad for one year during their stay in the university. Once the infection occurs, it will affect the cooperation between 北京夜网 the university and overseas universities.
In addition, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, where half of the students are international students, also announced the cancellation of the graduation ceremony in March and the opening ceremony in April, and considered rescheduling antiques.
Toho University originally planned an antique graduation ceremony at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba City on March 15th. It was also affected by the epidemic and changed in various departments, and the simple certificate award ceremony for antiques in various disciplines.
The Tsuzuki Gakuen Education Group also cancelled the graduation ceremonies of six universities, including the First Pharmaceutical University, Japan Pharmaceutical University, and 38 of them, high schools, specialized schools, and kindergartens.
(Compiled: Yuan Meng Reviewer: Chen 杭州夜网论坛 Jianjun) Original title: Affected by the epidemic, many places in Japan canceled graduation and opening ceremonies this spring