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- About MAFGA
We introduce the websites providing a multilingual living guide for foreign residents, in addition to MAFGA’s periodical publications (“Melon” and “THE MINOH POST).
Volunteer activity information publication “Melon”
MAFGA publishes an information publication produced mainly by volunteers for the support members and general residents. The publication carries the information on cross-cultural events and challenges local communities involved with the global awareness are facing to help promote the awareness of global understanding, diverse culture compatibility and human rights consciousness. The publication also contains notices of our projects and reports to serve as the MAFGA’s newsletter.
Date of issue: Every first Tuesday
Number of copy: 1,000 copies
● February issue(Japanese/PDF/1264KB)
* Past issues(Japanese)
Multilingual living guide publication “THE MINOH POST”
MAFGA selects notices and local living information vital to foreign residents from the Minoh city newsletter “MOMIJI DAYORI.”. The selected pieces of information are translated into easy Japanese, English, Korean and Chinese. MAFGA promotes to distribute the information on city administration and local information in multiple languages and helps foreign residents to join the society.
Date of issue: Beginning of even-numbered months
Number of copy published: 800 copies
Multilingual radio program “GOOD DAY MINOH”
GOOD DAY MINOH broadcasts information useful for foreign residents for living in Minoh in five different languages and delivers music and culture of those countries.
Date & Time: Second and fourth Mondays to Fridays 12：30～13：00 FM 81.6 Mhz
Languages: English (Monday), Chinese (Tuesday), Spanish (Wednesday), Thai (Thursday) and Korean (Friday)
Consignor: Minoh city
FM81.6 MHz “GOOD DAY MINOH”
Information for foreign residents living in Minoh
（A Guide For Living Minoh City）（English, Japanese）
Castanet （a learning support site for children and students with foreign background in Portuguese, Spanish, Chinese, Korea, English, Filipino, Vietnamese, Thai, Indonesian, Japanese, Russian, Lao and Khmer.
Multilingual disaster information system