For the 2015 LSH scholarship, our Nepali student, Parajuly Binana, was selected to receive it! What a great honor!
Through the study of Japanese school with a sense of ambition to become a bridge between one's home country and Japan, the LSH scholarship project aims to help students from Asian countries. The selection process is strict, but outstanding students gathered together for the award ceremony.
Our student, Binaya, came to Japan from Nepal to learn Japanese. Definitely, he is very talented with a good learning attitude and strong performance, and well-liked by all teachers. He's a great role model for our students, and he will soon be going to higher education in Japan.
Still, to receive such a great award, even a hardworking student like Binaya was surprised to be able to participate in the award ceremony!
In the social gathering after the ceremony, he was able to talk with other hardworking students who are ambassadors from their countries in the aspect of studying in Japan. It gave him an even stronger drive to study hard in the future!
Good luck in the future, Binaya!
* LSH Asia Scholarship Foundation *
In January 26, 2001, a brave Korean tried to save a Japanese man who had fallen on the train tracks, but sadly they weren't able to get away before the train arrived. His story is documented in the movie, "26 Years Diary"
The Korean boy, Lee Su-hyon, was studying in Japan and hoped to be a bridge between Korea and Japan. The scholarship was made in his honor, to help him fulfill his dreams of building bridges across Asia.