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Kid Witness News

Germany

Germany

Kid Witness News (KWN) is an international video-education-program, launched by Panasonic in 1998 to increase teamwork and technical knowledge among pupils. In 2009 participating schools were asked to send in videos for the European KWN contest with the topic "ecology" or "communication". Panasonic Germany sponsored technical equipment. Its engagement lasts now since 2007.

Thailand

Thailand

Kid Witness News (KWN) is Panasonic’s global hands-on video education program created to encourage middle and high school students to develop valuable cognitive, communication and organizational skills through the use of video. The unique program provides schools with an array of video equipment and offers participants the opportunity to develop selected interests, abilities and creativity through the production of videos.
They produce Documentary News about 4-5 minutes, under a topic of Ecology or Communication and Panasonic provide products such as Digital Video Camera, DVD Recorder, Microphone & KWN T-Shirt to 8 teams which the winner will join for Regional Contest in December 2009.
This is 6th year that KWN is organized in Thailand , "Suratpittaya School" who the owner of "The Wondrous Rituals of Thai Boxing" was the winner from Thailand and got "The Best Sound Award" from KWN Regional Contest 2009 in Singapore.

New Zealand

New Zealand

As per KWN worldwide activities. We also promoted the KWN programme on New Zealand's longest running childrens programme 'What Now' by having a PNZ staff member appear on the show twice during the year.

KWN International Exchange Program held in Japan

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On August 5, Al Majid Model School, the winning school of KWN Contest in the United Arab Emirates this year, visited its fellow KWN participant, Sumiyoshi Secondary School Attached to Kobe University. The students from the UAE introduced traditional UAE folk costume and Arabic writing, while the Japanese students introduced Japanese calligraphy, soap bubbles, and Japanese sweets. It was an excellent chance for children from both schools to learn about each other's cultures.

Following this, on August 26 four elementary school students from Wanquan Primary School in Beijing, China, visited Seka Elementary school in Hyogo Prefecture for a cultural exchange meeting. Wanquan Primary School has participated in the KWN Program since 2006, while Seka Elementary School has been part of it since 2008. After watching and giving comments on each other's KWN entry video works for last year, the Chinese children danced a traditional Chinese dance and the Japanese children performed the Yosakoi Dance. The rhythm and enthusiasm of the Yosakoi Dance brought the students closer together all at once.

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