are Master's Degree/Ph.D. holders with several years experience
as university faculty, or the equivalent.
Junko, a Japanese
native, has been teaching and translating Japanese in the United States
for more than fifteen years. She is a former Professor of Japanese Language
in the Modern Language Department at Morehouse College.
Morehouse College students received the first/second
prizes at the Japanese Speech Contest sponsored by the Japanese
Consulate General and the Japanese American Society
every year during her tenure at Morehouse College.
also an instructor of the nationally televised Georgia Public
Broadcasting Japanese language program "Irasshai" for 5
years. In addition,
she was Master Instructor of Japanese at the
Foreign Language Institute for many years.
One of her translation works, a
documentary film "The Cove" was awarded the Academy Award for Best
Documentary Feature in 2010.
Her teaching method and skill are unique and
outstanding. Her instruction has won high praise and trust
among her students and peers. She has
presented at international conferences as a guest speaker on Asian
Studies and provided translation and corporate training to various
companies doing business in the United States and Japan.
Miako has been teaching and translating Japanese in the United States
for the last 6 years.
Miako is bilingual in English and Japanese. In addition to
teaching Japanese at college, she has provided translation and corporate training
to various companies doing business in the United States and Japan.
Miako attained her MD in Japanese Language and
Fred was born in the United States and is bilingual
in English and Japanese. He lived in Japan for 12 years.
Fred is MBA holder and provides corporate training to various companies.
He is an experienced Japanese language instructor at the University
level and has provided English/Japanese translation for more than five
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