*The lecture on Japanese Digitisation has been postponed due to a confirmed case of Covid19 at TUEC. A new date will be announced here on the website.*
On Tuesday, September 15, TUEC and Denmark-Japan Society will host a lecture on Digital Japan.
Karen Ejersbo Iversen, Ph.d., is an expert on Japanese public digitisation and Chief Adviser at the Danish Agency for Digitisation. She is invited to speak on Japanese digitisation strategies; how the Olympic Games in 2020 were intented to showcase a new digital Japan and how the Covid19 pandemic has revealed challenges and the current state of the Japanese digital infrastructure.
The lecture is free and will be held in Danish. Please register for the event through our email at email@example.com, as there are a limited number of seats.
Tokai University European Center opens its doors for an open house on August 28, from 14.00 to 21.00.
The program for the day will offer opportunities to experience Japanese culture through tea-ceremonies, kiminos and calligraphy, etc. Furthermore, guests will be able to purchase meal tickets for a Japanese buffet prepared by Jens Rahbek (known from Sticks 'n Sushi and Yatai by Jens Rahbek).
Place: Vedbæk Strandvej 476, 2950 Vedbæk
Tel. No.: 45 89 08 09
Tea-ceremonies will be held at 15.00, 16.00, and 17.00. As there are a limited number of seats in the tea-house, participants will have to register in advance by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dinner will be served at 18.30 and the price for the meal ticket is 150 dkk (75 dkk for students) per person. Advance notice of interest in purchasing a meal-ticket, preferrably before August 23, is appreciated.
All upcoming and previously held activities are uploaded here.