Macedonian embassy organizes Mother Teresa exhibit at Tokyo university


An exhibition dedicated to Mother Teresa has been displayed at Sophia University in Tokyo upon an initiative by the Macedonian embassy in Tokyo and in cooperation with the Skopje-based Mother Teresa Memorial House.

In addition to presenting the life and achievements of Mother Teresa, the exhibit aims to demonstrate the strong bond between Mother Teresa and Japan.

The exhibit, which features 24 photo collages, offers a chronological insight into the life and humanitarian mission of Mother Teresa.

Running until December 8, it is initiated by the Macedonian embassy in Tokyo as a result of Japan's deep respect for Mother Teresa.

The exhibit is funded by the Ministry of Culture and the Mother Teresa Memorial House in Skopje, which also organizes the event.

The exhibition was opened on Nov. 28 with an opening speech by Macedonia's first ambassador to Japan, Andrijana Cvetkovic. It was attended by high government officials, ambassadors and public figures. 

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