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The Japanese Cultural Association was organized as a student organization at William & Mary in 1996 with the first constitution written on February 27, 1997. The Japanese Cultural Association encourages the promotion, awareness and understanding of the Japanese culture and society at the College of William & Mary. The group hosts various events such as Culture Night, Fall Festival, and Paper Crane Campaign. The organization also works to cultivate multilateral relationships with other cultural organizations.


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