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voiceCatalina Saravia(カタリーナ サラビア)    チリ

I’m Catalina, but everybody calls me Cata! I’m from Santiago, the capital of Chile, a small country in South America. I was born in 1995, and I’m turning 23 this year. I’m on my fifth year of university back in Chile. My mother tongue is Spanish, but I’m currently studying English and Japanese. I’ve been studying Japanese for 4 years now, and my goal here in Japan is to be able to speak fluently with everyone, learn as many dialects as I can, and to have a better understanding of Japanese culture. I also like Japanese fashion, every day at the university is like watching a fashion show to me! Thank you so much for having me this year, I’ll do my best!




voiceHabiba Abdelhakeem (ハビーバ アブデルハキーム)   エジプト

My name is Habiba. Please call me Habiba. I’m from Egypt, but I was born and raised in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. My university is in Egypt. I’m a Muslim. I’m usually wearing a niqab. It covers my face.
I’m 20 years old. I’m a 3rd year student. I’m studying Japanese and Japanese culture, so I can speak Japanese and Arabic. My hobbies are writing stories and drawing pictures. I also like reading books. I’m interested in Japanese people and Japanese culture. I’m looking forward to talking to Japanese people. I want to talk with you!




voiceXin Ying Tai(シンイン タイ)    マレーシア

Hi! I am Xin Ying. I was born in 2000 and I am turning 18 years old this year. I come from a multiracial country, Malaysia. There are many types of ethnicities in Malaysia such as Chinese, Malay, Indians, Kadazun and some other small group of ethnicities. We live together, share different kinds of cultural traditions, and work together peacefully and united. I am so grateful that I have a chance to come to Japan as an exchange student and I believe that this exchange year will become very good memories in my life. In Malaysia, I learned Chinese Malay and English and now I am willing to learn Japanese as an extra language! I am happy to be in Japan for 1 year and also “WELCOME TO MALAYSIA”