Today was packed full of activities, starting with games in the gymnasium. Afterwards, students had a brief lesson on Japanese calligraphy, using their brush skills to write their favorite kanji to be displayed in their classrooms. Later on in the day, students practiced their research presentations for the second day of the exchange with TUINS High School in Japan. Students presented to TUINS about religious studies of Japan, and in return, the TUINS students discussed life in Toyama, Japan. The session concluded with a song from the beginner class and a Q&A with both groups.