Ambassador Ichiro Fujisaki on “China-Japan: Where are they going?”
A rare opportunity to directly engage with one of Japan’s top diplomats in English (NOTE: This event is NOT organized by HCJ so please direct inquiries to the contact person indicated, not to HCJ. Thanks)
Please join alumni of overseas colleges and universities on Monday, November 30th for a unique opportunity to hear Ambassador Ichiro Fujisaki speak on “China-Japan: Where are they going?” followed by ample time for Q&A. The Q&A is open to any topic which you may want to discuss. The talk will provide a rare opportunity to directly engage with one of Japan’s top diplomats in English. Please RSVP per below as seating is limited to 50 people.
Ambassador Fujisaki served as Japan’s Ambassador to the United States from 2008-2012. He previously serviced as the Director-General of the North American Affairs Bureau and the Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs. He is now a Guest Professor at Keio University and the President of the America-Japan Society.
Location: Oakwood Midtown’s lounge. 9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo.
Time/Date: 7:00pm on Monday, November 30th
Entrance fee: 2,000 Yen which will cover refreshments including wine as well as light food
RSVP: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by November 23rd to reserve your space.
The event is sponsored by the Japan alumni associations of Brown, Columbia, Dartmouth, Harvard, MIT, and Stanford. Alumni from all schools are invited, not just the sponsors.