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Public Lecture: Delivering sustainable growth in Africa, Nov. 15 2013 @ Japan Information and Culture Centre, Embassy of Japan
We have the pleasure to invite you to the Public Lecture “Delivering sustainable growth in Africa: Linkage between FDI and Local Economy” by Dr. Fukunishi, Ph.D, Associate Senior Research Fellow, African Studies Group, Institute of Developing Economies (IDE-JETRO).
The event is organized by the Japan Information & Culture Centre of the Embassy of Japan in Kenya.
Date: Friday, November 15th 2013
Venue: Japan Information and Culture Centre, Embassy of Japan
Time: 11.00am – 1.00pm
Due to security reasons, we would like to request you to kindly register beforehand. To RSVP, on Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or kindly call us on the phone numbers below. 020-2898-510/ 020-2898-511/020-2898-512
Dates: October 18 & 19, 2013
Venue: Kenya National Theatre
Tickets: Kshs 500 at the Gate ǀ Kshs 400 Advance
Date: Saturday, 5th October 2013
Venue: Japan Information and Culture Centre – Embassy of Japan
Gates Open: 9:30 am
Time: 10 am – 4 pm
Three movies will be shown during the Japanese Anime Festival. These are ‘Miyori in the Sacred Forest’, ‘5 Centimeters per Second’ and ‘The Place Promised in our Early Days’. In addition to the movie screening, there will be a manga display, fact sheets display and a cosplay competition.
Please find attached a detailed information brochure: Anime Festival Brochure
* In order to attend the Japanese Anime Festival, kindly note that it will be necessary to register beforehand.
Early registration will also be necessary prior to attending functions at the Embassy of Japan. To register, kindly send an email to email@example.com or call 020-2898510.
In addition, kindly note that lunch and drinks will not be served during the Japanese Anime Festival. We encourage you to carry your own.
In case you have any inquiries, please call us on 020-2898-510 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Screening: Three for the Road, Sept. 28 2013 @ Japan Information & Culture Centre – Embassy of Japan
Screening: Three for the Road
YAJI has lost his wife and son to an epidemic and he lives alone in a ramshackle row house, eking out a living sculpting fancy pastries. He is in love with OKINO, a popular local courtesan, but she remains frustratingly beyond his reach.
Okino decides to lie to Yaji, pleading “Help me run away to see my dying father one last time.” Yaji rises to the occasion and proclaims he will engineer her escape from the pleasure quarters and take her to her native village.
Just then, a man appears outside the window. He is KITA, Yaji’s childhood friend. A second-rate actor, Kita has just totally screwed up an important part on stage and has lost his will to live. Kita decides Yaji and Okino’s impending journey is the perfect way out of his predicament and pesters Yaji to let him join them…
In order to attend the movie screening, kindly note that it will be necessary to register beforehand. Early registration will also be necessary prior to attending functions at the Embassy of Japan.
To register, kindly send an email to email@example.com or call 020-2898510.
For more information on the movie, check out their website http://www.ke.emb-japan.go.jp/jicc.html; call 020-2898510
University of Nairobi Department of Literature invites you to a Public Lecture by HE Ambassador Toshihisa Takata on Lessons learnt from March 11 Earthquake and the subsequent Tsunami in Japan
Date: April 25, 2012
Venue: Education Lecture Theatre II, University of Nairobi
Photo Exhibition: Moving Forward-Japan’s Earthquake Photo Exhibition, Mar. 13-26 2012 @ National Museum
Dates: March 13-26, 2012
Venue: National Museum
Entry: Museum Rates Apply
Speaker: Mr. Katsumi Hirano-Institute of Developing Economies (IDE-JETRO), Japan
Date: March 10, 2011
Venue: Embassy of Japan
Location: Mara Road, Upper Hill, Nairobi
Tel: (020) 2898510-2
As African affairs will become a global matter of concern, the expanding regional economy of East Asia definitely needs more vibrant collaboration with the African counterpart.
The lecture will focus on such a perspective by explaining the recent development of economic relations between Africa and Asia including Japan, while touching on Japan’s ‘New Growth Strategy’.