Tuesday, Oct 10, 2017 12:00p -
50 Milk Street
Boston, MA 02109
Lectures & Conferences
Young Japanese Explorers Today: Trends in Study Abroad and Other Adventures with Speaker Motoko Day
You know about Japanese explorers from the history books but who are the young Japanese people out exploring today? How have study and work abroad patterns changed in the past decades? Are there cultural differences between Japanese and American young explorers? Motoko Day has been helping young Japanese and other foreign students arrange a variety of experiences abroad, especially in America, since 1997. Ms. Day will share stories and trends with us about young Japanese explorers who may be in the history books in another decade or two.
Part of the Brown Bag Luncheon Series:
Each month on the second Tuesday, people who enjoy talking about Japan bring their lunch to our office at 50 Milk Street. This event is free and open to the public - one small way we share Japan with Boston. The Brown Bag Series is an ongoing occasion to gather and talk about Japan together. Speakers are selected from across New England as well as special visiting guests. After a brief presentation about the speaker's unique Japan experience or specialty, we enjoy a group discussion together on the topic.
All Brown Bag meetings are from 12-1p on the 5th floor of 50 Milk St. After signing the log-book at the front desk, proceed up the elevators on the left to the 5th floor. Please feel free to bring your own lunch.