SAISUA and CSIP jointly organized Tenth International Talk on March 23 (Tue), 2010 from 15:00 to 16:30 at the Lounge of Research Quadrangles. There were a total of 22 participants with a breakdown of 9 students from our university and also from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (USA) and 13 from university faculty and staff members. The theme of the talk was about "the University of Rome Sapienza" by Professor Paolo G. Bottoni who are currently with us as visiting professor from the said university. There were two more speakers at the talk. They were Mr. Kazuyuki Nakamura (a master student) and Mr. Dmitry Vazhenin (a Ph.D student) who visited the University of Rome Sapienza for several months under JASSO Student Exchange Support Program. The University of Rome Sapienza was founded in 1303. Prof. Bottoni introduced his university referring to its long history, the changes of its naming and even the dark side during the Fascist Italy under Mussolini. Mr. Nakamura and Mr. Vazhenin spoke about their fruitful stay in Rome mainly touching upon their daily life in there. Many questions were raised during the talk and an active exchange session was held.