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February 7, 2011

New Kumon Centers in Pekanbaru

New Kumon Centers in Pekanbaru

Kumon Indonesia aims to provide the opportunity for as many children in Indonesia as possible to study with Kumon. On 1 February 2011, eight Kumon Centers have been opened in Pekanbaru, Riau

The locations of the new Centers in Pekanbaru are: Riau street, Tuanku Tambusai street, Kulim street, Srikandi - Panam street, Umbansari street, Jend. A. Yani street, Melur street and also Sudirman street. With the opening of the eight new Centers, the total number of Kumon Centers across Indonesia has increased to 522.

We greatly appreciate that many parents attended the opening ceremony of these Centers to get more information about the Kumon Method. We are confident that students in Pekanbaru will benefit from Kumon as well as other students in all Indonesian regions.
The new Centers will certainly make children in Pekanbaru shine!

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