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Vice President’s wife observes art therapy session in Japan

  • April 19, 2017
  • , NHK
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NHK reported early this morning that Mrs. Karen Pence and her daughter Audrey, who are currently visiting Japan with Vice President Pence, called at a Tokyo hospital on Tuesday and met with children undergoing art therapy there. The network said Mrs. Pence was an elementary school art teacher for 25 years and is currently promoting art therapy through a fund she established. The network showed Mrs. Pence drawing pictures with the children. Mrs. Pence was quoted as saying: “It’s just a way to really deeply get in touch with what you’re struggling with and help you through that. In Japan, they just started an organization for art therapists. There is a lot of collaboration going on right now.”

 
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