The Japan Foundation, New Delhi is organizing a Talk event by Ms. Miyako Yoshida, a Professional Interpreter in Japan. The event will be beneficial for aspirants of Japanese interpretation, having ambitions to be more professional interpreter in cultural activities. It will focus on providing the learners an opportunity to learn the basic skills of Japanese-English interpretation, especially for arts and cultural events.
Date : 10th July, 2015
Time : 18:30 ~
Venue: The Japan Foundation, New Delhi
About Miyako Yoshida
As an undergraduate student, Miyako became a registered interpreter of the International Hospitality and Conference Service Association. Since then, for more than 20 years, she has been working as a freelance interpreter for the projects and conferences of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other ministries, the House of Representatives and the House of Councillors of the National Diet of Japan, the Japan Foundation, foreign embassies in Japan, the Foreign Press Center in Japan, local authorities, offices of the members of the national parliament, economic organisations, trade unions, museums, galleries and non-profit organisations. As a school student, Miyako passed STEP 1st grade. Also, before graduating the university, she passed more than fifteen assays and exams including the 1st grade of the the cultural section of the Interpreter Skills Test and the 1st grade of TEP test. Having graduated from the university, she worked with an institute for interpreters for four years as an instructor.