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The Asia Foundation
Addressing the Critical Issues Facing Asia - 60 Years
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Please note: Years listed represent the fiscal year in which the project took place. Projects from a completed fiscal year (Oct. 1 - Sept. 30) are typically added in the following Spring. Fiscal Year 2013 projects will be added in Spring, 2014.

Displaying 38 Projects

Projects : Japan

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2012

United States-People's Republic of China-Japan Trilateral Dialogue

Fifteenth conference in a series held in Beijing, China that provided for an exchange of views among key officials and scholars in the American foreign policy community with their Chinese and Japanese counterparts on issues of critical importance to the three nations.

Total Expenditures: $16,137

Funding Sources:
Congressional appropriation
2011

Margaret F. Williams Memorial Fellowship in Asian Art

Support for four directors from major museums in Singapore, Japan, Korea, and China to participate in the first forum for Museum Directors of Asian Art from Asia and the U.S., hosted by the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco to foster greater global awareness of Asian art and cultures while exploring models for collaboration and partnerships among the institutions.

2011

Promoting Social Entrepreneurship and Private Development Assistance in Japan

Support for three visitors from Osaka School of International Public Policy, Sony's Department of Corporate Social Responsibility, and Civil Society Organization-Network Japan (CSONJ), respectively, to participate in meetings focused on social entrepreneurship in the U.S. and innovative approaches to private development assistance.

2011

The 14th Japan-U.S.-China Trilateral

Fourteenth conference in a series of meetings that provides an opportunity for an exchange of views among key officials and scholars in the American foreign policy community and their Chinese and Japanese counterparts on critical issues to the three countries, held in Tokyo, Japan.

2011

U.S.-China-Japan Relations

A luncheon discussion with two of the Asia Foundation's trustees, the director of The Asia Foundation's Center for U.S.-Korea Policy, providing perspectives and insights regarding areas in which the U.S., China, and Japan are cooperating and where policy differences remain.

2011

United States-People's Republic of China-Japan Trilateral Dialogue

Fourteenth conference in a series held in Tokyo, Japan that provided for an exchange of views among key officials and scholars in the American foreign policy community, and their Chinese and Japanese counterparts on issues of critical importance to the three nations.

2010

United States-People's Republic of China-Japan Trilateral Dialogue

Thirteenth conference in a series held in Washington, DC that provided for an exchange of views among key officials and scholars in the American foreign policy community, and their Chinese and Japanese counterparts on issues of critical importance to the three nations.

2009

College of Foreign Languages of Hue University

Supporting the organization of a two-day workshop on American Studies at the College of Foreign Languages of Hue University, in which two American Studies scholars from Japan and China were invited to share their experiences in teaching and doing research on American Studies with 30 Vietnamese scholars.

2009

Korean Development Institute School of Public Policy and Management

Two-day seminar and consultations in Tokyo for senior Korean government officials on Korea-Japan cooperation in finance, trade and environmental policies.

2009

United States-People's Republic of China-Japan Trilateral Dialogue

Twelfth conference in a series that provided an opportunity for an exchange of views among key officials and scholars in the American foreign policy community, and their Chinese and Japanese counterparts on issues of critical importance to the three nations.

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