Happy Lunar New Year from the USC US-China Institute!
Free One-Day Workshop: Contemporary Japan and U.S.-Japan Relations
The USC U.S. - China Institute, Japan Society New York, and National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA) are offering a complimentary one-day workshop on Japan at USC for educators.
The United States and Japan are treaty allies with a long history of successful cooperation. We share many of the same security and environmental concerns. Our economies are highly integrated, with immense trade and investment flowing both ways. Our economic relationship, however, has had its ups and downs. In this day-long workshop, we’ll examine U.S.-Japan relations, discuss doing business in and with Japan, and the design of Japan’s cities.
There is no cost to participate. All materials, refreshments, parking, and lunch will be provided.
Nakayama Toshihiro 中山俊宏, Keio University
Japan-U.S. Relations Today
Vinayak Bharne, University of Southern California
Brian Peck, University of Southern California
Doing Business in Japan and Trade Issues
There is another free workshop on October 26, 9-3:30pm, that focuses on Japan After 1945: New Alliances And New Thinking. Teachers are encouraged to sign up and attend both workshops, but are also welcome to just attend one.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 213-821-4382.
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