RI ranks second in world for learning Japanese
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Say cheese!: Japanese Language Speech Contest winners Dimas Arvian Julyanda (center, sitting), Sanjeevini Pertiwi (left sitting) and Renny Rizka Ismaillan (right, sitting) pose with all contestants in Jakarta recently.Around 1 million Indonesians are currently learning the Japanese language, ranking Indonesia just behind China in terms of the number of people learning Japanese abroad.“Indonesia ...
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