Minato City Citizen's University

"Japan: Reform and Reaction"

Dates
May 21, 28, and June 4 (Wednesdays)
Time
6:30 to 8 p.m.
Venue
TUJ Mita Hall, Room #502 (Access)
Cost
¥500 each (Collected at the entrance)
To register
Registration closed

Don't miss the second English-language Citizen's University presentations by Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ). Citizen's University aims to give an opportunity to the community to learn more about what is being taught at universities in Minato City. This series of three talks provides an overview of important issues in Japan, with special attention to Japan's international relations, its legal system and new challenges in the Japanese business world.


Topics

Session One (5/21)
"Sino-Japanese Relations: Economically hot, politically cold?"
Lecturer: Phil Deans (Professor of International Affairs at TUJ)


Session Two (5/28)
"Japanese Saiban-in Seido (Lay judge system): will it succeed?"
Lecturer: Matthew Wilson (Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Law at TUJ)


Session Three (6/4)
"Japanese Business and International Scene"
Lecturer: William Swinton (Director of Undergraduate Business and Special Management Programs at TUJ)