March 3, 2015
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Japanese students perform traditional dance and drumming during a cultural presentation, August 6, 2012 at New Life Church. Compass USA is celebrating 25 years of bring Japanese students to Spokane.
Aug. 9, 2012 in Washington Voices on Page V1
Nao Kawae, 15, said he tried a Ding Dong during his first trip to America. “American snacks are too sweet for Japanese,” he said. “It’s very sweet.”
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