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    • Recent Trends & Developments in Japan's Securities Market
      BUSINESS & POLICY

      Recent Trends & Developments in Japan's Securities Market

      Tuesday, June 7, 12 PM

      Recently, the Japanese market has been profoundly influenced by concerns over China’s market turmoil, the drop in crude oil prices and uncertainty in U.S. monetary policy. In this program, Mr. Akira Kiyota, the Chief Executive Officer of Japan Exchange Group, examines the trends in global markets and Japan’s market overview. He also discusses Japan’s corporate governance reform to enhance the country’s securities market and explores the future direction of the reforms. Start Video
    • Uki Uki mini 6
      LANGUAGE LESSON

      Uki Uki mini 6

      Wednesday, May 25

      Uki Uki mini is a new, quick biweekly episode that is dedicated to answering your questions. Start Video
    • The Asia-Pacific Power Balance: Perspectives from the U.S., Japan & China
      BUSINESS & POLICY

      The Asia-Pacific Power Balance: Perspectives from the U.S., Japan & China

      Tuesday, May 24, 6 PM

      The Asia-Pacific is an area of critical interest for the peace and stability of the 21st century. The U.S., China and Japan are the three largest economies in the world, and the region is experiencing a vast change in its power balance as China rises and looks for opportunities to assert itself. Join our experts as they discuss the opportunities and challenges in the changing balance of power in the Asia-Pacific region. Start Video
    • Uki Uki NihonGO! Lesson 36 - Place de vs. ni
      LANGUAGE LESSON

      Uki Uki NihonGO! Lesson 36 - Place de vs. ni

      Wednesday, May 18

      Today, we'll be focusing on the particles de and ni. As explained in Uki Uki Lesson 17, de is a particle that typically goes after a place word in Japanese. But what about ni, which is also common? If you're not sure of the difference, you may be confused and misuse these particles. Start Video
    • Uki Uki mini 5
      LANGUAGE LESSON

      Uki Uki mini 5

      Wednesday, May 11

      Uki Uki mini is a new, quick biweekly episode that is dedicated to answering your questions. Start Video
    • Womenomics-in-Action: Approaches by the Japanese, American & European Governments
      BUSINESS & POLICY

      Womenomics-in-Action: Approaches by the Japanese, American & European Governments

      Tuesday, May 10, 6 PM

      As Japanese corporations implement measures to increase the number of female managers, how will the Abe administration's policy package to create a "society where women can shine" impact women's empowerment? In Japan, a new law promoting women's roles in the workplace will be enforced as of April 2016.

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    • Uki Uki NihonGO! Lesson 35 - Common Mistakes 2
      LANGUAGE LESSON

      Uki Uki NihonGO! Lesson 35 - Common Mistakes 2

      Wednesday, May 4

      Today, we’re going to look at the common problem involving adjective rules. A full explanation is available in the Lesson 30 video.
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    • Uki Uki mini 4
      LANGUAGE LESSON

      Uki Uki mini 4

      Wednesday, April 27

      Uki Uki mini is a new, quick biweekly episode that is dedicated to answering your questions. Start Video
    • The Japanese Garden: Secrets of Natural Landscape Design
      TALKS+

      The Japanese Garden: Secrets of Natural Landscape Design

      Thursday, April 21, 2016

      From prominent temple gardens in Kyoto to the tranquil stone oasis at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Shiro Nakane is keeping the art of the traditional Japanese garden alive. He comes to Japan Society to share his insights on Japanese garden design gained through a lifetime of work in the field. Start Video
    • Uki Uki NihonGO! Lesson 34 - Japanese Emoticons
      LANGUAGE LESSON

      Uki Uki NihonGO! Lesson 34 - Japanese Emoticons

      Wednesday, April 20, 2016

      Here we’ll introduce kaomoji, Japanese emoticons. They look quite different from English ones.
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