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School Visits Fiji Sun Office

More than 100 students of Toko Sanatan Primary School in Tavua had the chance to witness first-hand the processes involved in printing a newspaper during their visit to the Fiji
15 Aug 2014 16:02

More than 100 students of Toko Sanatan Primary School in Tavua had the chance to witness first-hand the processes involved in printing a newspaper during their visit to the Fiji Sun yesterday.

School teacher Sharon Kumar said the tour was part of the students’ social science studies.

“We wanted them to see and have a feel of what it actually feels like to be working, not only in the media industry but in any work place,” Ms Kumar said.

She said they had visited both the Fiji Television and the Fiji Sun for the sake of those students who may want to join the media industry. Meanwhile, Year Eight student Miliakere Toutou said it was her first visit to a media company and only her second to the capital city.

“I’ve seen the paper but this is the first time to actually see how it’s all done, very interesting,’ the Nanoko, Ba said.

“Everyone seems to be busy; rushing somewhere and everyone seems to be working and the buildings are taller than those in Tavua,” Ms Toutou said.

She said what intrigued her most was how busy people in the city looked compared to her laid-back home town.

Ms Kumar said their two-day tour started on Wednesday and they had visited the University of the South Pacific, Village 6 Cinemas, Tuckers and the Sports City complex.

ana.sovaraki@fijisun.com.fj

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