Local moms learn about Japanese culture at Japanese Pampers Day

Monday, Jun 13, 2016 15:37

CITY (Biz Hub) — Hundreds of Vietnamese mothers late last week sampled the best of Japanese culture at an event organised by the Pampers brand, a diaper producer, in HCM City.

Kurt Droeshout, General Director of P&G -- mother company of Pampers brand makes a speech at the event. — VNS Photo


The event, called Japanese Pampers Day, showcased the finest values of Japanese spiritual and cultural life, including calligraphy, the custom of writing wishes on wooden cards, delicate and eye-catching cuisine, Shiatsu massage, and child-rearing methods.  

The women wrote wishes on cards, including loving words for their babies, and brought home calligraphy writings.

Japanese mothers at the event also discussed their child-rearing methods with Vietnamese mothers.  

Yoshio Seto, regional marketing manager for Pampers Asia Pacific, shared the latest research on the composition and natural characteristics of baby skin, and the proper ways to take care of it.

Japanese Pampers Day was designed to offer a relaxing day for busy moms and a chance to learn more about Japan's culture.  — VNS

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