2016-02-24 National Assembly site visit (directions)

Events don’t prepare themselves, they need behind-the-scenes preparation. Today I visited the National Assembly along with Peter Jung and one of his colleagues. We will be holding an International Volunteers Workshop on March 20.

register here https://drive.google.com/drive/mobile/search?q=workshop&sort=7&direction=d

workshop flyer march 20

 

here are the directions to get to the National Assembly building where we will be holding the Workshop:

From exit 1 of the National Assembly subway (line 9).

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Look across the street, you will see the National Assembly behind the trees. Cross the street.

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Walk inside the gate past the guards, then turn, as the handsome guides in the photo are directing.

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after turning right, walk up the road. You’ll see the National Assembly library, but don’t be fooled.  That is not your final  destination.

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You’ll come to a sign that lets you know you are walking in the right direction to get to Memorial Hall (built, by the way, in 1995, to celebrate 50 years of independence from Japan).

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Keep walking straight, although you’ll have to zig and zag a bit. Take note of the big white building at the end of the road on your left. After waking, be prepared to turn left after you pass that building.

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after turning left, you will see the following.

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Here is Memorial Hall.

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Walk in, look up. You need to walk up to the second floor.

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  • room 204

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the room is beautiful, huge! Please sign up–sign up yourself, invite your friends, family, co-workers, significant other(s).

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  • there are plenty of spaces but just in case, there are seating areas in the balconies.

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  • Mission accomplished!

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here is the aerial shot

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