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20 January 2016

Carl Randall exhibiting at Christie's New York, 23 January to 7 February 2016

Carl Randall (Daiwa Scholar 2003) is taking part in an exhibition at Christie’s New York, 23 January to 7 February 2016. Recent large Japan-based ink paintings of his will be exhibited and auctioned at Drawings from the Royal Drawing School – a group exhibition at Christie’s, running alongside Master Drawings Week New York 2016 and a Christie’s Old Master Drawings sale. His work will be exhibited alongside renowned artists such as President of the Royal Academy Christopher Le Brun, and Royal Academician Humphrey Ocean.

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25 November 2015

Talk at Warwick University: UK - Japan Relations in light of China's Ascendancy on 26 November

The Warwick University International Relations Society, in co-operation with the Warwick University Japan Society, are hosting a talk by Jason James, the Director General of the Daiwa-Anglo Japanese Foundation on 26 November from 6pm at H0.52 (Humanities Block), Warwick University.  Come along for a greater insight into UK-East Asia affairs; all are welcome to attend!

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29 October 2015

British Association of MEXT Scholars (BAMS) Christmas Talk, 11 December 2015

The British Association of MEXT Scholars (BAMS), presents its inaugural BAMS Christmas Talk, Japanese Diasporas followed by a drinks reception on Friday, 11 December, 6pm to 8:30pm at the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, 13-14 Cornwall Terrace, NW1 4QP.

There are more than three million Japanese people living abroad, yet relatively little is known about this diaspora. Where have people of Japanese descent (Nikkei) settled around the world? What might the Japanese

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19 September 2015

Japan Research Network Edinburgh - bringing together those working on any area of Japan

Together with colleagues at the University of Edinburgh, former Daiwa Scholar Dr Chris Harding is setting up a ‘Japan Research Network Edinburgh’. The Network’s aim is to bring together scholars working on any area of Japan – staff, researchers, and graduate students alike – via a website ( ) where they can search for one another via name, institution, and research interests. They will also hold seminars in Edinburgh a few times per year. Their first will be given by Angus Lockyer, on 12th March 2015. Though they are particularly keen to get colleagues in Scotland and the north of England talking to and meeting one another, they would very much like to extend the invitation to scholars across the UK.

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