Category Archive: JSIE

JAPAN: Climate Change Leader?

March 4 – Centre for the Study of Global Japan hosts a panel about Japan’s climate change politics and challenges with emissions reductions. Continue reading →

Does Privacy Exist in the Age of Big Data?

Friday, March 3 On Friday, March 3, 2017, the Japan Foundation Toronto was pleased to host a lecture by Professor Kaori Ishii of Tsukuba University’s Faculty of Library, Information and Media Science. Professor Ishii’s research interests focus largely on privacy … Continue reading →

Two Readings and a Lecture by The Guest Cat author, Takashi Hiraide

Sunday, October 23, & Wednesday October 26 (IFoA) & Thursday, October 27 (JFT) It was a busy week in Toronto for renowned poet, author and book designer/creator, Takashi Hiraide as he participated in two separate events during the International Festival … Continue reading →

2 Talks by Ceramic Artist Julia Nema

Monday, July 4 & Tuesday, July 5 The first Monday and Tuesday in July marked the first time we have hosted a public event in our new Event Hall since relocating. For our inaugural events, we were pleased to present … Continue reading →

Country Roads: Rural Tourism in Canada & Japan

Friday, May 6, 2016 On the evening of May 6, we again enjoyed the hospitality of Ryerson’s Ted Rogers School of Management, to present the final set of talks in our 3-part cross-cultural Travel Lecture Series: Country Roads: Rural Tourism … Continue reading →