The Japan Centre, Department of East Asian Studies, School of Culture, History ＆ Language, College of Asia & the Pacific, ANU, in conjunction with the ANU Japan Club and the ANU Kabuki Club, is planning to hold another “Japan-related Secondhand Book Sale”.
Asialink Business and PwC are delighted to support the upcoming release of ‘Examining Japan’s Lost Decades’, edited by Yoichi Funabashi, Chairman, Rebuild Japan Initiative Foundation and Barak Kushner, Senior University Lecturer, University of Cambridge.
Since the Fukushima disaster in Japan, the Chinese government, like several other countries, has undertaken several measures to improve the safety of its nuclear facilities, while simultaneously committing to a rapid expansion in the country’s nuclear power capacity. We ask whether there is a tension between these twin commitments.
Seminar - The engine and the reaper: industrialization and Japanese mortality in historical perspective
This paper explores the relationship between the spread of industrialization via railroad expansion and mortality patterns across regions in Japan at the turn of the twentieth century.
This year marks the seventieth anniversary of the end of the Pacific War. A conflict which should have receded into history but continues to cast a long shadow over the Asia-Pacific.
When North Korea faced a serious food shortage in the mid 1990s, the international community launched a humanitarian assistance campaign to help the struggling country. The government of Japan and a few Japanese NGOs were part of this effort.
The ANU Japan Institute invites you to attend the following event as part of our 2015 Japan Studies Seminar Series. Reflections on Japan's evolving approach to welfare in light of recent legal cases