Japan’s World Scout Jamboree reaches fourth day

Japan’s World Scout Jamboree reaches fourth day

Japan’s World Scout Jamboree reaches fourth day

Written by Lahiru Fernando

01 Aug, 2015 | 10:08 pm

As the 23rd World Scout Jamboree continues to unfold, marking its fourth day in Yamaguchi, Japan, scouts were provided an opportunity to experience the cultures of different countries at the premises.

Stalls were allocated for all participating countries to share their culture with the scouts from across the globe and several stalls were filled with activities for the visitors to enjoy.

The Sri Lankan stall was declared open by the Chairman of the Asia-Pacific Scout Region , Dr. Chao Shou Po.

Visitors to the Sri Lankan stall were educated on Sri Lankan culture and natural diversity. They were presented with free booklets from the Sri Lanka Tourist Promotion Board and a Sri Lankan Teach Packet. Visitors were also given the opportunity to enjoy a hot cup of Sri Lankan tea as well.


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