Are They Like Us? Japan’s Post 3.11 Generation LECTURES ON JAPAN’S YOUNG GENERATION AND THE GREAT EAST JAPAN EARTHQUAKE

Date: 24 November 2011, 2pm to 4pm
Venue: Room G03, UCL Language Centre, 26 Bedford Way London WC1H 0AP
Web: http://www.uk.emb-japan.go.jp/en/event/ucl/111124_lecture.html
Organiser: Embassy of Japan and UCL Japan Society

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“11 March 2011 was a turning point in Japan’s modern history. However, the ways in which Japan has been irrevocably changed are not yet clear. The damage of 3.11 was so destructive that one may imagine that Japan will find it difficult to fully recover. On the otherhand, it may prove to be the symbolic beginning of a new journey towards a revitalized Japan. Although a national crisis of the size of 3.11 brings tremendous sorrow, pain and loss, it could also be considered an inspiring and empowering occasion for the nation’s future. In order for the latter to be the case, Japan depends on their post 3.11 generation who will take up the task of rebuilding the nation. Who are the post 3.11 generation and are they ready for this challenge?”………from Professor Agawa’s lecture

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