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Leaders&Readers is a Monday interview series showcasing prominent figures who have a strong connection to Japan.
Mark Choon, general manager of The Peninsula Tokyo, learns from unexpected
Mark Choon’s career in the hotel industry is of humble beginnings. The son of Korean immigrants to the U.S., Choon grew up in Seattle, where his parents operated several American...
Tourism expert balances people, planet and profit
Joy Jarman-Walsh recording “Seeking Sustainability Live.” Joy Jarman-Walsh The effervescent...
Taking long-distance view of Japan’s global future
Christopher J. LaFleur founded LM Associates in 2011. Previously he...
German ambassador lives out childhood dream
Live DJ performances probably aren’t the first thing that comes...
Tokyo alternative school TIPS builds avenues to success
The Tokyo International Progressive School has been offering opportunities for...
Introduces municipalities and local companies promoting the beauty and excellence of the real Japan.
Mutsu turns waste into grapes, dolphins and history into tourism
The city of Mutsu in Aomori Prefecture, at the northern tip of Honshu, has inspiring examples of how a rural city can use its cultural and natural resources to encourage...
The Japan Times publisher Minako Suematsu interviews business leaders who are active proponents of ESG investing and practices in Japan.
In this first ESG Talk, Japan Times publisher Minako Suematsu interviews Nissay Asset Management Corp. President and Chief Executive Officer Hiroshi Ozeki, a business leader actively involved in efforts to achieve a sustainable society in Japan. She asks him about the current state of ESG (environmental, social and governance) investing in Japan and aspects of it that Japanese companies excel...
Highlights the ESG (environmental, social and governance) activities of companies and other organizations.
How the pandemic will change artists’ spaces, choices and voices
On Jan. 28, the final part of a webinar series on contemporary art after the coronavirus was hosted by the Bunka-cho Art Platform Japan, a project started by Japan’s Agency...
With Seino service, sell your excess stuff when you move
People who are moving tend to wonder what to do...
Mymizu’s water app just first step to ending plastic waste
From conservation to climate change, the environmental challenges of our...
The English-language events will invite readers of The Japan Times to be guest speakers.
Sanitation is something we take for granted, yet 3 billion people around the world lack access to good hygiene. Jin Montesano of Lixil Corp. wants to change that. A global corporation based in Japan, Lixil’s purpose is to help all people live more comfortably. Since joining in 2014, change-maker Montesano has combined her passion for listening and learning with a...
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Date and time: Wednesday, March 3, 2020 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.: Talk session *Tuesday, March 2, 17:30-18:30 (Pacific Standard Time)
Date and time: Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.: Talk session *Tuesday, Feb. 2, 17:30 to 18:30 (Pacific Standard Time)
Sho Okiyama, M.D.
Date and time: Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2020
10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.: Talk session
*Tuesday, Jan. 19, 17:30-18:30 (Pacific Standard Time)
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