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June 23, 2009

Dates and venues decided for the ETJ Expos and Tokyo Book Fair

expologo2.gifAll but one of the dates and venues for this year's ETJ English Language Teaching Expos have been decided. The Tokyo English Language Teaching Book Fair will again be held in conjunction with the Tokyo ETJ Expo.

The Chubu Expo will be held at Chukyo University in Nagoya on Sunday October 18th. The Chugoku Expo will be the following Sunday, October 25th at the Naka-ku campus of Kogyo Daigaku which is very near the Peace Park. This is the first time the Expo has been held at this venue.

The joint Tokyo Expo and Tokyo Book Fair will be at Toyo Gakuen University on Saturday October 31st and Sunday November 1st. The Kansai Expo is at Seifu High School on Sunday November 29th and the Kyushu Expo will be held at Seinan Gakuin University on Sunday December 6th. The only Expo not to be decided yet is the Tohoku Expo, though it will probably be in Sendai on Sunday November 8th.

Teachers who would like to give a presentation at one of the Expos should watch this space - an announcement will be made shortly. Publishers, other ELT-related businesses or schools/teachers who would like more information on having a display of materials or services at the Expos should contact David Paul by e-mail.

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