Review of Japanese films

Last night, the “Review of Japanese films” was opened in Vrsac high school.

The show was officially opened by the Cultural Attaché of the Embassy of Japan, Ms. Kaori Ogura, who is in Vršac for the first time. Mrs. Ogura got acquainted with the research that the high school students presented on the occasion of the exhibition “Japan and Serbia – 100 years later” and how on October 7, 1923, the first event “Japan Day” was organized in Vršac. The accompanying part of the program was the exhibition of talented high school students from Vršac “Japan and Serbia – What unites us?”

Director of the “Borislav Petrov-Braca” high school, Mrs. Tamara Pešić, thanked the Embassy of Japan and the City of Vršac for their continued support, and looked back on the previous decade of cooperation with the “Hanami” Association and informed the attendees about the programs that were organized: Japanese language school, drawing workshops of Japanese comics, research on the history of relations between Japan and Serbia, literary evenings, concerts, plays, revues…

The Association of Serbian-Japanese Friendship “Hanami” announces new programs on the occasion of the anniversary of 10 years of cooperation, among which a large competition of art and literary works will be announced, which will be officially announced in April this year. After the Yugoslav Cinematheque, thanks to the Japanese Foundation, Vrscans will enjoy free screenings of contemporary films for three days.

Municipal competition in mathematics

On Saturday, February 10, the Municipal Mathematics Competition was held.

They participated – 1st grade: Nikola Sokolović – 1st prize, Predrag Popović – 2nd prize, Sara Bugarski – 3rd prize; 2nd grade: Jana Kesić – 1st prize, Vuk Stanojević – 2nd prize, Tijana Zimonja – 3rd prize; III class: Uglješa Sredić – III award and Vukašin Žarkov.

Mentor for first grade students was Danka Višnjić, prof. Ljubica Rankov Payne, prof., was the mentor for students of the 2nd and 3rd grades. Congratulations!!!