Japanese-American Leadership Delegation Program
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As a joint project with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA), CGP invites a diverse group of 10-15 Japanese Americans who are playing leading roles in such fields as business, public organizations, education, and the arts to Japan each year.
The goals of this program are to strengthen ties between Japanese-American leaders and their counterparts in Japan and to enhance the role of Japanese Americans in advancing US-Japan relations.
During the one week stay in Japan, the group meets with Japanese leaders in the government, political, business and non-profit sector fields and also visits Kyoto to experience traditional Japanese culture. As a part of this program, CGP co-hosts a public symposium with the Japanese American National Museum (Los Angeles, CA) and a local Japanese city government (e.g. Osaka, Tokyo, Okinawa, Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Nagoya, Kobe, and Kyoto).
Symposium ReportsSymposium reports for 2005-2009 are available for download; please click to download.
2009:"Building New Networks:An Era of 'Change' in Japanese American - Japan Relations"
2008:"Reconnecting with Japanese Americans: Beyond 100 Years of Emmigration"
2007: "Japanese-Americans at a Crossroad: Connecting Past, Present, and Future"
2006: "From Art to Business: Japanese-Americans in the Professional Arena"
2005 : "Practicing Multicultural Co-existence: from Minorities Perspective"
Application ProcessPlease contact the CGP Tokyo office for more information about this program.