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MOHD AZRAIE

Posted 28th Jul 2015

Malaysian Contingent to 23rd World Scout Jamboree

Flag Handover ceremony to Malaysian Contingent to 23rd World Scout Jamboree Japan 2015

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SupermanJam31

Posted 28th Jul 2015

Scout Investiture 2015-16

Investiture ceremony of scout @ ecumenical christian college

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Theresa Hsin-Yi Chen

Posted 28th Jul 2015

Games Are the Best Common Languages Translate

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Theresa Hsin-Yi Chen

Posted 28th Jul 2015

Japanese Girl Scouts Welcome the Jamboree Participants Co...

Japanese Girl Scouts Welcome the Jamboree Participants Couples of local girl scouts welcomed Jamboree Participants at the Shin-Yamaguchi Station. They aged 8 years old or elder. Translate

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Theresa Hsin-Yi Chen

Posted 28th Jul 2015

Japanese Girl Scouts Welcome the Jamboree Participants Co...

Japanese Girl Scouts Welcome the Jamboree Participants Couples of local girl scouts welcomed Jamboree Participants at the Shin-Yamaguchi Station. They aged 8 years old or elder. Translate

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Theresa Hsin-Yi Chen

Posted 28th Jul 2015

Only 90 Sec for Over 1280 UK Scouts Taking Off from ShinKanSan

There was only 90 Sec for over 1280 UK Scouts taking off from ShinKanSan when they arrived at Shi

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Theresa Hsin-Yi Chen

Posted 28th Jul 2015

Games Are the Best Common Languages.

At the Shin-Yamaguchi Railway station, groups of scouts are arriving for Jamboree.

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A1eksanderr

Posted 28th Jul 2015

Today I went out onto the site, meeting some of the Scouts a...

Today I went out onto the site, meeting some of the Scouts arriving today at the Jamboree, and hearing their stories of how they got here. The great number of countries that people have come to this Jamboree from, means that they have passed through so many other places. Translate

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Yannick Rhyn aka Newton

Posted 28th Jul 2015

Awsome Summercamp with 400 local Scouts from Zurich. #scout#...

Awsome Summercamp with 400 local Scouts from Zurich. #scout#limmat#friendship#proudscout Translate

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Theresa Hsin-Yi Chen

Posted 28th Jul 2015

"Night Market" for Badges at IST Camp Area

There is also “night market” for swapping badges.

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Scouts of the World Award

Posted 28th Jul 2015

Create a Better World.

Every day all around the world Scouts are working together to Create a Better World.

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Theresa Hsin-Yi Chen

Posted 28th Jul 2015

Scouts never get bored. Time to wait for dinner can become t...

Scouts never get bored. Time to wait for dinner can become time for all kinds of games. It takes 20-90 minutes to queue in the line of staff restaurant because there are just so many (~7000) mouths to be fed. Translate

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