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The South Korean kid replied, "I like games so much, I play them all day! In the experiment, kids from Japan and South Korea "talked" to each other using pictographs pictures used to convey words and ideas. The Japanese kids greet their Korean friends on screen. NPO Pangaea In the Shibuya district of Tokyo, 28 elementary and middle school students gathered and wrote self-introductions and questions using pictographs.

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In springchildren from Austria and Kenya will be next to take part in this exchange.

When jalanese what they thought of the experience, one of the Japanese kids replied, "I'm surprised I was able to talk directly with people from Korea," while another said, "I want to talk with kids from lots of different countries and learn more about the world. When asked what they thought of the experience, one of the Japanese kids replied, "I'm surprised I was able to talk directly with people from Korea," while another said, "I want to talk with kids from lots of different countries and learn more about the world.

The kids discuss how to answer a question. In the experiment, kids from Japan and South Korea "talked" to each other using pictographs pictures used to convey words and ideas.

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NPO Pangaea In the Shibuya district of Tokyo, 28 elementary and middle school students gathered and wrote self-introductions and questions using pictographs. The 13 Korean children gathered in the South Korean capital, Seoul, then sent a reply and a new question.

There are of these pictographs stored in the computers they used. The Japanese kids greet their Korean friends on screen. The South Korean kid replied, "I like games so much, I play them all day!

In addition, Pangaea also plans to deliver PCs and other necessary equipment by truck japaneese regions that cannot access the Internet. Soon kids from all over the world may be able to communicate with one another using pictures! The children selected the images they wanted to use and strung them together on the screen to form sentences.

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According to the non-profit organization Pangaeawhich developed the pictographs and sponsored the activity, some 20 countries have expressed interest in participating in similar events. In springchildren from Austria and Kenya will be next to take part in this exchange.

The children selected the images they wanted to use and strung them together on the screen to form sentences. NPO Pangaea This experiment, in which children were able to communicate with one another even though they don't understand each other's languages, was a big success. Soon kids from all over the world may be able to communicate with one another using pictures!

According to the jaoanese organization Pangaeawhich developed the pictographs and sponsored the activity, some 20 countries have expressed interest in participating in similar events. Do you like sports? The Japanese kids greet their Korean friends on screen.

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In the experiment, kids from Japan and South Korea "talked" to each other using pictographs pictures used to convey words and ideas.