Japan Society Chairman's Blog (5)
This week took my thoughts back five centuries but also just five months. Last November I participated in a conference about “Japan’s future and role in the world” at Ditchley Park, in Oxfordshire.
Webinar Video - COVID-19: The Political Economy of the Pandemic with Robert Feldman and Robert Ward
Watch the video of the third event in our Webinar Series in which Japan Society chairman, Bill Emmott, was joined in discussion by Robert Alan Feldman(Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities) and Robert Ward (IISS) .
Japan Society Chairman's Blog (4)
On this April 23rd, no doubt because of staying at home and staring at Twitter, St George’s Day seemed to loom a little larger. Sir Patrick Stewart even devoted his reading of Sonnet 37 to St George's Day.
Japan Society Chairman's Blog (3)
One of the surprising but also cheering aspects of this strange and difficult period has been how readily we can all be connected with one another, despite spending most of our time at home.
Webinar Video - Governments, COVID-19 and the Public Response in the UK and Japan
Watch the video of the first event in our Webinar Series in which Japan Society chairman, Bill Emmott, was joined in discussion by two former Ambassadors to the UK and Japan, Koji Tsuruoka and David Warren.
In line with the UK government guidance, and as part of our commitment to the safety of our members, audiences and staff, the Japan Society has postponed all face to face events until further notice.
Taking part in Sport Relief? Warm-up with Radio Taiso!
Radio Taiso is a simple set of Japanese exercises, used as a whole-school warm up in Japan. However you’re fundraising, we want you to get everyone together and warm up with Radio Taiso!
Reiko Fujisawa with the Carducci String Quartet – Members Discount
Pianist Reiko Fujisawa and the Carducci String Quartet join forces on piano quintets from Schumann and Shostakovich, each possessing their own exquisite power.