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2016 WiN Facebook Post Reach Rankings

Waseda University International Network (WiN) Newsletter
早稲田大学インターナショナル・ネットワーク (WiN) ニュースレター

Dear WiN members,

The year 2017 has started! We have compiled our Facebook Post data from the
last year and released WiN Facebook Post Reach Rankings 2016 on our website.
Here is a look at the Top 5 Posts mostly viewed (number of people who saw
the post in parenthesis):

1.Leaves changing color in the Okuma Garden... (11,411) - Posted on Nov. 15, 2016

2. Blog by Koh Liang Wei, “The World is Smaller than We Think” (7,504) - Sept. 11
"All in all, my four weeks in Japan were nothing short of amazing."
Koh Liang Wei from Singapore recalls that the Waseda Summer Session offered
him the opportunity "to interact with students from a host of different
nations, cultures and walks of life."

3. WiN Newsletter for August, “The Okuma Garden and a Camphor Tree” (6,100) - Aug. 30
In the Okuma Garden, there is a camphor tree of more than 100 years.
Shigenobu Okuma, the founder of Waseda University, raised the tree
from a seed.

4. Blog by Kazushi Joko, “Looking Back on the ‘Go Global Japan’ English Presentation Contest” (4,165) - Feb. 18
“What if LEGO® could be used to solve global conflict?" Last November,
a team of Waseda students presented such idea at an inter-collegiate
English language presentation competition.

5. Cherry blossoms are in full bloom here at the Kandagawa river! (3,636) - Mar. 31

Enjoy the rest of the rankings up to 10 from here!

-- This Issue’s Contents --
[1] [Blog Updates]
[2] [News/Notices from CIE/ Waseda University/Other Organizations]
[3] [Events]
[4] [Waseda University Employment Opportunities]

[1] [Blog Updates]

Bilguun Chuluunbaatar from Mongolia participated in a special event held for
foreign students at the Prime Minister’s Official Residence on Dec. 2, 2016.
"Exchanging comments and opinions in Japanese with students from so many
different countries made me very excited to continue in the future to foster
friendly international relations even beyond the borders of Japan".

[2] [News/Notices from CIE/Waseda University/Other Organizations]

<Waseda University>
Waseda helps “bridge” Canada and Japan
Lacking sleep could lead to obesity
80% of Waseda students feel inclusiveness
Waseda alumnus provides free online Japanese lessons for millions

[3] [Events]

<Waseda University>
International Symposium: "Health Promotion: The Joy of Sports and Exercise" (Mar. 5, 2017)

Symposium: "Cuba after Castro but with Trump" (Feb. 6)
Seminar: “Politics, Economics and People-to-People Exchange: Perspectives
on the Future Development of Japan-Baltic Relations” (Jan. 26)

<Tsubouchi Memorial Theatre Museum (Enpaku)>
"Shakespeare Renaissance – from Shoyo to NINAGAWA" (Showing until Jan. 29, 2017) (Japanese only)

<Aizu Museum>
Special Exhibition: Art of Tibetan Buddhism (Showing until Jan. 31, 2017)

[4] [Waseda University Employment Opportunities]
Job opening information for faculty and researcher positions


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