Fellow's Seminar: Dr. CHO Yong Rea,

Invitation to the Fellow’s Seminar Fiscal 2008-2009 (on December 19, 2008)


The Japan Foundation
Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange Department

The Japan Foundation would like to welcome you for the Fellows' Seminar for Fiscal 2008-2009. The presenter will be Dr. CHO Yong Rea, Editorial Writer of the Kukmin Daily (one of the major Korean newspapers). Details of the session are as follows:

Outline
Date: Friday, December 19, 2008
Time: 14:00-16:00
Venue: Seminar Room 3 at the Japan Foundation Head Office(9F).
The Japan Foundation headquarters moved to the new office.
Please refer to the link below.

Access

AdmissionAdmission Fee: Free
Language: Japanese (no interpretation)
Contact: If you would like to attend the seminar, please notify Ms. Uchida of the Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange Department at the address below with your name, affiliation, and contact information (telephone/fax number or e-mail address) by noon, December 19, 2008 . Questions and inquiries are also welcome.
Tel: 03-5369-6069/ Fax: 03-5369-6041 E-mail
Presenter: Dr. CHO Yong Rea
Dr. CHO is currently working for the Kukmin Daily as an editorial writer. He got master and doctor degrees in Japan (Keio University), majoring in Economics. He is writing a lot of insightful columns mainly about Economics and Korea-Japan issues.
Presentation Theme: “ Prospect of Aged People's Employment in Long-lived Society - focusing on Korea-Japan Comparison "

While Japan is the most aged country in the world with aged people reaching at more than 20% of the whole population, Republic of Korea is now catching up at even faster pace than Japan. Other countries in East Asia will face this problem in the near future too. Therefore, Japan's policy towards the aged society, though not perfect, can be a model for the countries in East Asia, creating the region's 21st century of cooperation in the common aged societies and overcoming the 20th century of confrontation, division, and invasion. This seminar especially aims to be an occasion for discussing the prospect of Korea-Japan solidarity in the new issues of aged society

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