At this joint Yokosuka Council on Asia-Pacific Studies-JUMP event, Professor Nancy Snow discussed Japan’s effort to promote a national brand identify and shared her thoughts regarding some of the challenges and opportunities for Japan to raise its visibility in the world through cultural relations, exchange, and influence management.
This joint Yokosuka Council on Asia-Pacific Studies-JUMP seminar featured remarks from Professor Kerry Nankivell of the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS), editor of “Chinese-Japanese Competition in the East Asian Security Complex.” The event was co-sponsored by the Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies, and took place at Temple University’s Japan Campus.
Marines who have been stationed in Japan had the opportunity to reunite at an event hosted at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall. The event, hosted by the Defense Attaché office of the Embassy of Japan in the United States, was held Friday, Sept. 15 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Fort Myer Officers Club, and welcomed guests with a reception, traditional Okinawan dance, Karate performance by Okinawa-kai, and standing buffet-style dinner.
In coordination with the Japan-America Society of the State of Washington and the Nisei Veterans Committee, JUMP hosted an event in Seattle, Washington honoring the Nisei Veterans—second-generation Japanese-Americans who served in the segregated 100th Battalion/442nd Regimental Combat Team (RCT) and the Military Intelligence Service (MIS), during World War II.
At this joint Yokosuka Council on Asia-Pacific Studies-JUMP event, Carl Gabrielson discussed the connections between Japan’s global efforts to promote its popular culture and the domestic agenda of expanding the country’s defense capabilities.
This joint Yokosuka Council on Asia-Pacific Studies-JUMP event began with an English-language guided tour of the Japan Coast Guard Museum in Yokohama followed by a presentation by Professor Narushige Michishita of the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies on North Korea and its threat to Japan. A social lunch was then held at the Bashimichi Taproom.
At this joint Yokosuka Council on Asia-Pacific Studies-JUMP seminar, Professor Andrew Oros discussed how Japan’s awakening to new security challenges has culminated in the multifaceted “security renaissance” of the past decade. He offered thoughts on the implications of that invigoration for the United States military. From a practical perspective, his remarks touched on both how the changes will influence regional security dynamics and suggest new opportunities for operational cooperation.
JUMP sponsored Japan Society of San Diego & Tijuana’s Beer & Sake Festival, on June 16, 2017 at Harrah’s Resort Southern California in San Diego’s North County. The festival is a popular and fast-growing charity tasting event, featuring local restaurants serving sumptuous appetizers, and breweries pouring tasty beers and sake. The festival also included art booths, a silent auction, a raffle, and exciting entertainment.
JUMP and the Japan Society of San Diego & Tijuana hosted a breakfast reception in San Diego at the Bay View Restaurant aboard MCRD San Diego. The event featured talks from local military and civilian leaders as well as Ambassador James Zumwalt, former Deputy Chief of Mission at the American Embassy in Tokyo. The event coincided with a Japan Maritime Self Defense Force ship visit to San Diego. Japanese service members participated alongside their American counterparts.
JUMP held a reception with Naval Air Station Mayport in Jacksonville, Florida on June 13 as a celebration of the U.S-Japan Alliance. The reception was organized by the Consulate General of Japan in Miami.< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 >
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