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Address1st & 2nd Floor, Cuthbertson House
Cuthbertson St.
(PO Box 1040)
Port Moresby 121
Papua New Guinea
Phonelocal: 321.1800
international: +675.321.1800
Faxlocal: 321.4868
international: +675.321.4868

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Scott kamuai
Tue, 25 Mar 2014 20:34 EDT
Enquiring about Japanese Undergraduate Scholarships for 2015
Dear Sir/Madam,

I wish to find out when will the applications for under graduate scholarships for 2015 will be available

Let me know through email skamuai@yahoo.com

Kind Regards
Ms. Rose Kunjip
Tue, 18 Mar 2014 02:55 EDT
Find our Japanese Undergraduate Scholarships for 2015
Dear Sir/Madam,

I wish to find out when will the applications for under graduate scholarships for 2015 be available for us to see.

Let me know through email rosekunjip@gmail.com

Kind Regards
Sivi Gima
Sat, 8 Feb 2014 08:03 EST
Seeking Donors to fund road projects.
Dear Sir/Madam,
I am the project engineer for department of works Jiwaka provincial office.
I hereby would seek funding for Banz-Jimi Road. If rehabilitated it will be the shortest link between the highlands and madang province and also jimi area is booming with agricultural activities...
Please do not hesitate to contact me on email : sgimafamily@gmail.com or ph: 5421322
Francis Poko
Mon, 3 Feb 2014 17:36 EST
Hi there, I am a PNG Citizen. I read with great interest an article on last week's dailies on the GGP assistance provided by the Japanese Government via the Japanese Embassy/Ambassador in Port Moresby to the people of Jiwaka and Morobe for the water and health services.

I wish to know more about the above and how I could effectively apply seek assistance.

Please provide me with more details.

Best Regards
Francis Poko
Mob: 72283076
Steven Kua
Sat, 18 Jan 2014 06:12 EST
Looking for a Japanese friend.
I am looking for a friend and instructor at Port Moresby technical college in 1993-94 by the name of Tomonori Matsukawa.It is being 19 years now since last we meet.I tried every posible ways I could to locate him but I can't.
Is there any possibilty somewhere please I can be contacted on my mobile number 71722843 or email to steven.kua@hotmail.com

Paul Sarika
Sat, 12 Oct 2013 01:13 EDT
Sir,I'm a PNG citizen living in Wau,a historical town in Morobe province.How dare my previous letter has a forieng flag?
My request has been sent earlier to the two embassies through phone.Exams on(14/10/13).I,m looking foward for a solution.
paul sarika
Fri, 20 Sep 2013 10:04 EDT
requesting for scholarship space
I'm eager for the scholarship program, to bring a quality and different level of technology to PNG
Nigel Kirime
Mon, 2 Sep 2013 01:54 EDT
Dear Sir / Madam
I am Nigel Kirime from Papua New Guinea which i'm currently doing my third year degree program taking Rural Health here at Divine Word University in PNG.
I am more interested in study in japan but due to financial problem i find it difficult therefore i am kindly ask if any available scholarship for foreign students to apply and study in Japan.
Please email me if one available: nkirimegr13@gmail or nkirime@student.dwu.ac.pg.
I am more than happy to here from you.
Thank you very much.
Alison Stokes
Fri, 7 Sep 2012 22:17 EDT
STOP the slaugher of Pilot Whales & Dolphins at Taiji, Japan.
STOP the slaugher of Pilot Whales & Dolphins at Taiji, Japan.
私が言うことができることが何もなくてそれがあなたにこれらの哺乳動物に対する姿勢を変えさせるかあるいはすでにそれらの目前の死に抗議しています。 しかし私があなたにストレス〔強調〕を缶詰めにしてあなたがこの野蛮な実行〔練習〕を終えるまで日本へのどんな未来の旅行も取り消されること。

The Mass killing of Pilot Whales in Taiji, Japan.
Please intervene to stop the mass killing of Pilot Whales in Taiji. These innocent creatures are much valued and needed in our Seas and we do not support Japan's actions in these killings.

Yours from the Heart,

Alison Stokes,
Dublin, Ireland.
Jade Names
Fri, 27 Jul 2012 02:26 EDT
Want to visit Japan
Im a student wanting a Japanese friend (girl)so I can be able to travel to Japan

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