Here and There

Here and There

A list of Japan-related events and exhibitions beyond Japan Society.



by Chong Wishing (Japan)
Tuesday April 29th @ 2pm
The Segal Theatre, GC CUNY, 365 5th Ave @ 34th St
Free and open to the public and first come first served.
Set in the years 1969 to 1971 in the Yakiniku Dragon, a restaurant without plumbing in a Korean-Japanese ghetto, Yakiniku Dragon tells the story of a young boy who feels welcomed neither by the Japanese nor Korean societies. The play is based on Chong's own childhood experience, and is told through the six family members and guests who frequent the Yakiniku Dragon.
The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center presents World Voices: International Play Festival 2014 which will be presented on Monday April 28th- Wednesday April 30th. As part of the 2014 PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature, the Segal Center will showcase play readings by nine of the world's most respected dramatists. With each writer hailing from a different world region as classified by the United Nations, the International Play Festival generates a conversation on art, politics, dreams, war, and philosophy, meant to give American audiences a rich awareness of the greater global dialogue.

La MaMa in association with Noon Tan Music & Entertainment, Inc. presents

Dancing for Japan 2014: Japan Earthquake /Tsunami Relief Benefit Concert

May 7 @ 7:30pm                                                            
La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival 2014 - Ellen Stewart Theater                                                   
La MaMa E.T.C. 74A East 4th Street, New York, NY 10003
Proceeds from this Benefit go directly to municipal/local agencies helping victims and families of the disaster through NPO JaNet. 


The Japanese Government’s “Cool Japan” Hotline

“Cool Japan” refers to Japanese products, media and culture that non-Japanese people feel are interesting and distinct to Japan. The Japanese Government wishes to learn what is cool to non-Japanese and  work on disseminating these things further in order to deepen cultural exchange. The Cabinet Secretariat welcomes your opinions on  what things are ‘cool’ from the viewpoint of non-Japanese people but unnoticed by Japanese, proposals on how to disseminate “Cool Japan”, and any other proposals to the Japanese Government that may be helpful for the “Cool Japan” strategy. Please note that the Secretariat will not specifically reply to each opinion or proposal received. We appreciate your cooperation.

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