[The City Friendly to Non-Japanese Residents and Visitors – Lecture Presentation & Group Discussion]
Mr. James M. Hall, an American associate professor at Iwate University who has lived in Japan for 16 years will give a lecture on what kind of city is livable and walkable for non-Japanese residents and visitors, using his own experiences in Japan.
And then, Mr. Hall and several non-Japanese residents will have a group discussion, based on the “Report on Project Aiming at the City Friendly to Non-Japanese Residents and Visitors” (draft) which will be issued by Kitakami International Assembly Hall.
Date: March 15 (Sat)
Time: 13:00-13:10 Opening
13:10-13:50 Lecture Presentation
14:00-15:00 Group Discussion
Place: Kitakami Lifelong Learning Center
Daiichi Gakushushitsu (Learning Room No.1)
To non-Japanese residents in Kitakami,
Please take part in the discussion if you have time.
For more information or to sign up for the discussion, please contact Kitakami International Assembly Hall (Phone: 0197-63-4497, Email: email@example.com).
We are waiting for your participation!