Schedule

November, 2011

Social Outreach Seminar invites Mr. SATO Kei(Journalist, Studio AfterMode)

Nov
29

Time/date: Tuesday, November 29, 2011. 16:05-17:40
Venue: RCAPS Conference Room B bldg.2F
Speakers: Mr. SATO Kei (Journalist, Studio AfterMode)
Language: English
Seating capacity: 40 people
Application / Inquiries: Mr. Oshiro in the
Research Office centers@apu.ac.jp
Title About the African mine and mineral resources
Abstract There are various mineral resources in Africa which have become fundamental for industry in recent years and the demand for these resources have also been increasing. The mineral resources bring the local people a large profit and are used to produce cars, machines and tools. However, the profits also cause conflicts and are used for capital of war. In this seminar Journalist Kei Sato will discuss such problems concerning the mineral resources in Africa from a journalist’s point of view.
Report: [Event report available here.]

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Social Outreach Seminar: Mr. TANAKA Hiroshi(Corporate Officer, Hakuhodo Inc.)

Nov
17

Time/date: Thursday, November 17, 2011. 16:05-17:40
Venue: H102
Speakers: Mr. TANAKA Hiroshi (Corporate Officer, Hakuhodo Inc.)
Mr. HARADA Youhei (Analyst, Hakuhodo Inc.)
Language: Japanese
Seating capacity: 150 people
Application / Inquiries: Mr. Oshiro in the
Research Office centers@apu.ac.jp
Title “Creating from a Different Perspective” - Perceptions from People\'s Expert -
Abstract This seminar will use some of the following examples as symbolic examples so that the participants may realize and understand the \"People\'s Expert Perspective\" and act upon their new understandings.

1. What are national borders
Are there national borders in IT?
The meaning of new borders
2. What is necessary when creating something which will
last over the years
Norway\'s nuclear waste storage facility Onkalo
Why was the construction of the roads in the Roman Period or the Great Wall of China
possible even though it took so many years?
3. What is Innovation
Why was the clock invented?
Era of Innovation for the Citizen
4. Things you want to know about ROI(Return On Investment) before entering society.
ROI for businesses vs ROI of Forgotten Citizens
Reference Hakuhodo Inc. HP http://www.hakuhodo.co.jp/
Report: [Event report available here.]

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Mr. Radoslaw Tyszkiewicz(First Secretary, Embassy of the Republic of Poland)

Nov
9

Time/date: Wednesday, November 9, 2011. 14:00-15:30
Venue: RCAPS Conference Room B bldg.2F
Speakers: Mr. Radoslaw Tyszkiewicz (First Secretary, Embassy of the Republic of Poland)
Language: English
Seating capacity: 50 people
Application / Inquiries: Mr. Oshiro in the
Research Office centers@apu.ac.jp
Title Poland, Polish-Japanese Relations and Polish Presidency in the EU
Abstract The seminar will look at Poland to discuss how East Europe, which was communist has changed since the 1990s, its current situation, and how it will develop its relations with the EU in the future.
East Europe is has been making an effort in their relations with Asia, especially for economic partnership. Poland and other parts of East Europe are also placing an importance on their relations with Japan in educational research.
This seminar is part of the Polish Embassy’s efforts for the development of a strategic relationship with APU.
Report: [Event report available here.]

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