DePaul Japan 2014

Artboard 15From Japan to the USA

The Japanese partner institutions will send their students to the United States for the reciprocal portion of the program in March 2015.  They will visit Los Angeles, CA and Washington D.C. and the local city of their partner university. The students will give presentations about Japan on campus as well as in the local community. They will also learn about the Senator’s contributions in politics and to the Japanese-American community through visits to historic and cultural U. S. sites, particularly those related to Japanese Americans.

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Artboard 16From the US to Japan

Students from DePaul visited Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, one of Japan’s leading private universities, from June 16 – 26 to engage in an interactive, traditional Japanese experience. A diverse range of students participated in the exchange; some first and second year students with no prior exposure to Japan as well as students with expertise in advanced East Asian studies came together to grow familiarity and intimacy in one of Japan’s most significant cultural capitals.

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A Program to Build Bridges

 

The TOMODACHI Inouye Scholars Program is a unique 10-day youth exchange that provides a total of 100 American and 100 Japanese students an opportunity to learn about each other’s countries and cultures.

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KAKEHASHI Project

 

These exchanges are part of the broader Government of Japan’s KAKEHASHI Project which seeks to:

1. Promote deeper mutual understanding among the people of Japan and the United States

2. Enable future leaders of U.S.-Japan exchanges to form networks, and

3. Help young people develop wider perspectives to encourage active roles at the global level in the future.

 

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Senator Daniel K. Inouye

 

A portion of the activities during the exchange will introduce scholars to Senator Inouye’s contributions to his state, country, heritage, and to the U.S.-Japan relationship, and to return to their schools inspired by his commitment to public service, justice, and U.S.-Japan cooperation.

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Reciprocal Portion of the Program

 

The Japanese partner institutions will send their students to the United States for the reciprocal portion of the program in March 2015.  They will visit Los Angeles, CA and Washington D.C. and the local city of their partner university. The students will give presentations about Japan on campus as well as in the local community.

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