Not a Japan Society Event – Student Perspectives on the Current Japan-America Relationship

November 20, 2003
Not a Japan Society Event – Student Perspectives on the Current Japan-America Relationship

Please note: This is not a Japan Society event.  For more information, please visit www.jasc.org. RSVP to Forum Coordinator Hana Heineken at (609) 658-7809 or [email protected].

6 – 8:30 pm

Hosted by the 55th Japan-America Student Conference.


JASC is the oldest university student exchange between Japan and the U.S.  This event marks the first American Fall Forum since the founding of the Conference in 1934. Presentations will report on the notable events and conclusions of the 55th Conference, convened in Japan (Seattle-Tokyo-Okinawa-Fukui-Kyoto) from July 22 to August 21, 2003. Speakers will include the Japanese Consul General of New York, Hiroyasu Ando (invited) and Ambassador William Clark Jr., former President of the Japan Society and now President of JASC, Inc.  Particular attention will be paid to current and controversial issues regarding U.S. military bases in Okinawa, followed by the merits of grassroots collaboration between the United States and Japan.


Speakers
Japanese Consul General of New York, Hiroyasu Ando (invited)
Ambassador William Clark Jr., President of JASC, Inc. 


Panelists
Delegates of the 55th Japan-America Student Conference, including Chairs of the 55th, 56th JASC


Agenda
6 – 6:30 pm Reception
6:30 – 8:30 pm Speakers and Panel Discussions


Location
Japan Society, 333 East 47th Street, New York City

Admission: $25 suggested donation.  Attendance is free for students.  RSVP requested.


For more information, visit www.jasc.org. RSVP to Forum Coordinator Hana Heineken at (609) 658-7809 or [email protected].

  • November 20, 2003
  • 6:00 pm