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77.000 Japanese Yen to support literacy in South Sudan, donated by ABAJ

The antiquarian booksellers of Japan are preparing for the great day on 23 April 2015. At the general meeting of the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of Japan (ABAJ) in Tokyo on Monday evening they discussed the final plans for the big ILAB Pop Up Book Fair at the World Antiquarian Book Plaza where the Japanese booksellers will welcome visitors and raise money for the UNESCO literacy projects all day. As a big step ahead the ABAJ booksellers themselves made a very generous donation of 77.000 Japanese Yen! The pictures show how they fill their first Empty Bookcase poster with symbolic spines.

Published on 21 April 2015

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The antiquarian booksellers of Japan are preparing for the great day on 23 April 2015. At the general meeting of the Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of Japan (ABAJ) in Tokyo on Monday evening they discussed the final plans for the big ILAB Pop Up Book Fair at the World Antiquarian Book Plaza where the Japanese booksellers will welcome visitors and raise money for the UNESCO literacy projects all day.

As a big step ahead the ABAJ booksellers themselves made a very generous donation of
77.000 Japanese Yen! The pictures show how they fill their first Empty Bookcase poster with symbolic spines.

>>> Reading is a fundamental human right! Follow the example of the ILAB affiliates worldwide, make a donation to UNESCO and bring books to the children in in South Sudan.

Thank you very much to ABAJ President Mr. Masaji Yagi, ABAJ General Secretary Mr. Naoyuki Seki and all ABAJ members for their energy and creativity which will make the ILAB Pop Up Book Fair in Tokyo on UNESCO World Book and Copyright Day an amazing event!

>>> Learn more about the ILAB Pop Up Book Fair at the World Antiquarian Book Plaza!


FOLLOW US LIVE ON UNESCO WORLD BOOK AND COPYRIGHT DAY!


>>> ilabpopupbookfairs.blogspot.de/


ILAB POP UPS - A MIXTURE BETWEEN BOOKISH FLASH MOB AND SPEED DATING FOR BOOKLOVERS


>>> Learn more

(Pictures: ILAB, UNESCO, ABAJ)

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