Networking Mexico-Japan 2019 for the first time in Guadalajara

This will be the fourth edition of the AMEJ with the support of the Center for Japanese Studies of the University and the sponsorship of the Embassy of Japan in Mexico

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"Integration into the future of the bilateral relationship" is the motto of Networking 2019 that the Mexican Association of Former Scholars of Japan has prepared and will leave for the first time from the capital of the country, to be based in Guadalajara, next Saturday 23 February.

This was reported by the former fellow and coordinator of the event, Fabiola Hernández Pérez, who points out that "the particular objectives of this meeting led by our president Francisco Valencia are to analyze the current situation of the bilateral relationship at the diplomatic, academic, cultural and economic level. through dialogues led by experts to give continuity to the integration of entities from regional perspectives ".

This will be the fourth edition of the AMEJ with the support of the Center for Japanese Studies of the University and the sponsorship of the Embassy of Japan in Mexico, in which they seek to address Japanese language students, those who work in Japanese companies, cultural promoters , researchers, as well as public officials and human resources professionals.

Hernández Pérez, added that the conferences to be taught are, Multi-culture in business; Economy and infrastructure; Gastronomy and Popular Culture, as well as Culture and Language Dissemination.

It is highlighted that the event is totally free and that the Mexican Association of Former Scholars of Japan is a non-profit organization, which carries out this type of events as an arm of the dissemination of issues of the country also known as the Rising Sun. in ours, always with the support of the Embassy of Japan in Mexico.

The coordinator of the event said that interested people can register online at the link https://goo.gl/forms/YEX7wzZMIROwPHtv1 and that the call will be open until the last minute of Monday, February 11.

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