Stay home and learn Japanese

Taking precautions: Shoji conducting temperature checks as part of his job. — February 2020 file photo from Mercy Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: To lighten up the current restrictive period, Mercy Malaysia has been airing a video series on learning Japanese presented by its volunteer Shoji Endo.

Every day at 9am since April 4, the cheery-faced Shoji-san has been greeting visitors via the brief clips of Keep Calm and Learn Japanese uploaded on the medical relief society’s social media platforms.

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