Happy Days School & Freedom High School/Honduras

A further selection of drawings from the Happy Days School & Freedom High School in Honduras. The students were asked to draw their understanding of Omotenashi – sincere kindness, as we might express it in our daily lives. Special thanks to students Kamila Berrios Oliva 10 yrs 5th grade, Sophia D 5th grade, Sophia Messam Lardi 7 yrs from 2nd grade, Sophia S, 8 yrs … Continue reading Happy Days School & Freedom High School/Honduras

Happy Days School & Freedom High School/Honduras

We have received many designs from the Happy Days School & Freedom High School in Honduras. Well done to the many students who have taken part in the Omotenashi Schools Project 2020. Following is a various selection of some of the drawings received. Thank you to Irma Leticia Nuñez Carbajal for submitting the designs. The above drawings have been created by Maria Belen and Diego … Continue reading Happy Days School & Freedom High School/Honduras

The first drawing from Iran/Turkey International School of Tehran

About The Picture:  At first glance it might look like a poor choice of artstyle and a simple painting but the meaning goes a little bit deeper. The first thing a person would notice is the flowers and the pineapple. The Anthurium, long lasting and a beautiful plant (a.k.a. Laceleaf) and pineapple is known to symbolize hospitality whereas red carnations beautifully described as Gentle, Graceful … Continue reading The first drawing from Iran/Turkey International School of Tehran