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This page displays all Asia Society content on Japan in reverse chronological order.

Article
ASPI initiative to create a roadmap for linking the carbon markets in China, Japan, and the Republic of Korea.
Blog Post
In his first feature documentary, Erik Shirai combines his Japanese heritage with cinematic storytelling.
Article
A discussion on the what the policymakers should have in their arsenal to deal with economic urgencies
Article
Panelists discuss Japan's technological advancements when it comes to alternative energy innovation amid the climate change crisis.
Blog Post
On the heels of a nuclear disaster, Japan is spearheading the movement toward sustainable technology.
Blog Post
On CNN, Asia Society Policy Institute President Kevin Rudd discusses President Obama's trips to Hanoi and Hiroshima.
Article
Asia Society’s jam-packed AsiaFest featured community performances, fusion cuisine, creative activities, local vendors, family engagement, and good times for all ages.
Article
Japanese Diet member Masako Mori discusses her advocacy to get women in Japan more involved in Japanese economics.
Video
Japan’s former Minister of State for Gender Equality Masako Mori discusses barriers Japanese women face in the workplace, “Womenomics," and women’s participation in emergency preparation.
Article
Check out the lively conversation between contemporary Japanese and American authors.
Article
Audiences were left rolling after a special performance of traditional Japanese comedic theater.
Blog Post
These brands are making the most of the "less is more" mindset — but not everyone is on board.
Article
Jun 2-3: Two-day short film festival celebrates emerging Japanese and Japanese American filmmakers.
Article
H.E. Harinder Sidhu, the recently appointed Australian High Commissioner to India explores Australia’s view of Asia.
Article
Shang-Jin Wei weighs in on what to look for as the Chinese growth slows.
Blog Post
A widely held belief in Kamakura era Japan of a sick and degenerating world was reinterpreted by a violent doomsday cult eight centuries later.