On Thursday, December 17, TUEC and Denmark-Japan Society hosted a lecture on Japanese Politics.
Associate Professor Raymond Yamamoto from Aarhus University was invited to speak on the topic. For his presentation, Professor Yamamoto will evaluate the success of the Abe administration in dealing with difficult political issues, and provide insights into the challenges that Prime Minister Suga has inherited from the previous administration.
The event was held online and had a large number of participants from academic and business circles.
*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.
On January 15, TUEC and Denmark-Japan Society hosted a lecture with a fitting Olympic theme. Professor Hans Bonde was invited to give a lecture on the Olympic Games and it's relations to national politics, focusing on the display of national identity during the Olympic opening ceremonies.
The lecture drew a full house of guests, contributing to a lively Q&A session after Professor Bonde's lecture.
All upcoming and previously held activities are uploaded here.