As ICT develops and the flow of people across borders increases, there are more and more people plying their trade outside of their native country. China, Japan, and Korea are no exception, and they are seeing a substantial exchange of people across their borders.
In the final seminar of the Rediscovering Common Bonds among Japan, China, and Korea program, we invited a Japanese man working in China, a Korean woman working in Japan, and a Chinese woman working in Korea to discuss their unique experiences. What hurdles have they had to overcome as they have pursued their professions abroad? The three participants stressed that an appreciation and understanding of cultural diversity is the key to developing cross-cultural communication, and they advised young people to see one another as individuals rather than defining people by their nationalities.
November 11, 2016—China-Japan-Korea Special Movie Talk
October 15, 2016—China-Japan-Korea Environmental Symposium
December 1, 2015—TV Dramas as a Reflection of the Times
November 14, 2015—China-Japan-ROK Youth Dialogue
September 16, 2015—Taste the Expanding World of Tea
March 16, 2015—Interacting Cultures
January 16, 2015—A Fierce and Mutually Beneficial Rivalry
November 25, 2014—Opening up Future Possibilities through Stage and Video