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TOKYO, June 20 (Bernama-Kyodo) -- Deddy Kurniawan from Jakarta appeared apprehensive, like an adopted son, at a Tokyo ceremony recently when he first met and shook hands with Yoshitaka Nakagawa of Kokusai Engineering Co.
For eight months from mid-August to mid-March, Kurniawan, 26, will undergo training at Nakagawa's small air-conditioning company in Tokyo's Taito ward after a month of training in the Japanese language.
"I want to study air-conditioning technology," Kurniawan said when asked about his motive for joining the Tokyo metropolitan government's overseas vocational training program in which he and 14 other Indonesians from Jakarta, 13 Chinese from Beijing and nine Vietnamese from Hanoi are participating this year.
Pham Dinh Khoi, 31, from Hanoi, said he also wants to become an expert in air-conditioning after training at Taikisha Ltd., a …