LANGUAGES MATTER! A UNESCO poster competition

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Tadaima!

by yapp
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I think that it is important that everyone mutually understands each other and esteem the difference and wonderful.
Beauty and the meaning of the sound of the language were cultivated from a different respectively cultural background and climate, and had grown up.
The language to which people who live in the region kept being handled in the living of every day feels familiarity.
Communications must be originally happy.
Hahacata is an important language for people in the region. Because it is the best for the expression of feelings.
Tadaima is a greeting of the Japan style when coming home. I feel happiness in the word of an energetic child every day.