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By Jeff Pack

Students from Daisen, Japan, visit Sister City Temecula


Last updated 8/16/2019 at 1:23am

Shawna Sarnowski Photography photo

Middle school students from Temecula Sister City Daisen, Japan, pose with Temecula City Council member James "Stew" Stewart and his vintage car, as well as Temecula staff and Temecula Sister City Association members in front of Temecula City Hall.

The Temecula Sister City Association celebrated 25 years of partnership with Daisen, Japan, located on the Sea of Japan in the Tottori Prefecture with a nine-day visit from Daisen middle school students starting July 24.

"As soon as they landed, went through customs and said to themselves 'I'm in America!' Karen Igo, board member and secretary for TSCA, said. "They were greeted by TSCA and city representatives and were transported on an L.A. day – a self-tour of the Getty Center, Beverly Hills and Hollywood Chinese Theater. (There was) not enough time for a Griffith Observatory visit due...

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