… And by the way, I almost forgot to mention that it was so affordable that I almost thought there was an error on my bill. For the food, the atmosphere, the hospitality, you wouldn’t find any better in the heart of Tokyo.
And here we are, having great fun and food and suddenly ran into an Ambassador. Queen Sheba is a cultural treasure to the African community of Japan. I use the word “treasure” as I would in “national treasure” because indeed it represents so much to the old continent. Ambassador Ngam was so courteous and kind to spare a little time with me and I couldn’t help myself but talk about the great advent of the Marine Foundation. His Excellency might care to shortly join us in our reunion here next week – what a privilege!
Some of the Marine Foundation’s international events such as the Annual Banquet of Ambassadors is scheduled for 2018.
We plan a splendid reception through association with Kimono Beauty Fantasy organization, as they already truly embody the spirit of what TRG in Japan (Traditional Reception Group) This “Annual International Banquet of Ambassadors”, will ultimately be produced through 12 capital city around the world representing each of the 12 months of the year. Today I hope we think we met our first great Ambassador, to spear up the leadership of our United Nations of Africa (UNO) and one of the first 5 chairpeople of the Banquet.