Actress Horikita Maki recently visited Jakarta, Indonesia to film a report for NTV’s upcoming television special, “24 Hour Television 34 ~Ai wa Chikyu wo Sukuu~“.

Last month, Horikita was announced as one of the charity personalities for the program, and she joined other Japanese volunteers in the area.

One of their projects included a “mobile library”, in which they visited children in various locations and let them enjoy Japanese picture books that have been specially translated into Indonesian.

Being the bookworm that she is, Horikita enjoyed helping the mobile library a lot and even tried to read the books aloud in Indonesian for the children on her final day. She also helped out during a puppet show, played some basketball with the children, and taught them origami as well.

Horikita commented, “I was able to see the reality of those children with my own eyes and, in my own way, found something that I, as an adult, could do for those children. It was very touching to see their smiles. I want everyone to see the people from our country who organized this ‘mobile library’, and the innocence of those children when they are gazing at the picture books.”

This special report for “24 Hour Television 34″ will air on NTV on August 20th and 21st.

neh ada beberapa foto (6/18) :p





Sayang video nya kegedean utk di upload.. tapi ada versi kecil nya neh di youtube :

-katanya, doi ke jakarta ga bilang2 karena takut ada stalker.. 😦

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