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    Hello School student Wakana Sugimoto, 10, of Kochi, Japan, and Holland Elementary School student Arieaunna Loredo, 10, share their experience in Fresno on Friday, August 26, 2016. Twelve students are visiting from the Hello English School in Kochi, Japan, part of a longstanding relationship between Kochi and Holland Elementary, and are spending a week in Fresno.

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