US-Japan Council

The NC Japan Center is pleased to be a promotional partner for the “Cultural and Educational Exchange” Topical Session of the upcoming U.S.-Japan Council’s 2020 Public Symposium, scheduled for November 17-19, 2020. Titled, “Two Nations, Countless Connections – Community, Partnership and the Road Ahead,” the Symposium will explore the transformative areas of the bilateral relationship that have brought about hope and recovery. The program will also examine topics around community building, diversity, and resilience in both countries today, ultimately advancing the important work around key priorities in U.S.-Japan and Japanese American affairs. We will explore the question: How are enduring communities and partnerships formed?

Topical Session: Cultural & Educational Exchange November 19 from 3:00-4:15pm ET

Join us for a multi-sector look at developing bilateral partnerships and people-to-people relations by investing in local communities and cultural and educational exchanges.

Introduction: William Tsutsui, Reischauer Distinguished Professor, Harvard University

Moderator: Paige Cottingham-Streater, Secretary-General, U.S. CULCON Panel & Executive Director, Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission Patsy Yoon Brown, Executive Director, Japan-America Society of Houston Jim Reed, President, YKK Corporation of America Kyoko Yoshida, Executive Director, U.S./Japan Cultural Trade Network, Inc. (CTN)

U.S. – Japan Council Public Symposium 2020: Two Nations, Countless Connections        

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