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JFTC Essay Competition 2011

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JFTC is sponsoring JFTC Essay Competition 2011 to encourage students, young researchers and businesspeople to express their opinions on matters of national and international importance.
One Grand Prize of 1,000,000 yen and three Prizes for Excellence of 200,000 yen each will be awarded. In addition, the awardwinners from abroad will be provided with a round trip airticket to Tokyo, Japan to attend the award ceremony to be held on January 6, 2012.
Essay Topic: “Vision for a New Japan after 3.11”The earthquake and tsunami that devastated the northeastern region of Japan on March 11, 2011 had an impact around the world of the kind that could change the course of human civilization. Now, in the aftermath, Japan is turning to the task of rebuilding the devastated region. But merely restoring the region to its previous state would fail to address the lessons to be learned from the disaster.What kind of philosophy, vision and values should be adopted in pursuit of a New Japan, and what innovative measures are needed to realize a recovery that not only serves Japan but also contributes to the world?
Based on the issues outlined above, we invite participants to write freely on their vision for a New Japan.

For details of the competition and submission of your essay,please visit our web site:www.jftc.or.jp/english/discourse/

Essays may be submitted by anyone, regardless of nationality or age. Essays must be type-written on the essay formateither in English or Japanese, no more than 4,000 words (in English) and 10,000 characters (in Japanese), including charts and tables. Each participant may submit one essay only.Each essay must be accompanied by an essay summary of no more than 400 words / 1,000 Japanese characters, with complete fill out of an entry form.

Essays must be submitted through our website no later than Sept. 15, 2011, and will not be returned. Essays must be submitted in the specified format sheet downloaded from our Web site. Unless both essay title and summary are presented, such application shall be deemed incomplete and not be evaluated. The deadline date is September 15, 2011 24:00 (JST). Please be aware that we CANNOT accept any essays after this time.

Awardwinners shall be publicly announced on December 14, 2011 on our web site and be notified by e-mail, telephone or mail. Award-winning essays and the names of authors will be posted on our Web site, “JFTC Monthly” and “JFTC News” etc.

All submissions must be original. No previously published materials will be accepted. All rights to the award-winning essays shall be the exclusive property of JFTC.

Judges:
Chair Dr. Iwao Nakatani, Director of Research, Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting Co., Ltd.; and Chairman of Fushiki-an
Vice Chairs Professor Yoko Wake, Faculty of Business and Commerce, Keio University
Vice Chairs Mr. Kazuo Mori, Senior Staff Writer, NIKKEI INC.
Contact
Address:
Japan Foreign Trade Council, Inc., Public Relations Group
6th Floor, World Trade Center Building, 2-4-1, Hamamatsu-cho, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-6106, JapanTel: +81-3-3435-5964 / E-mail: kouhou@jftc.or.jp
Web site: www.jftc.or.jp
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1 Comment

  1. Pounlok Sour says:

    This competition is quite appealing and is a great opportunity for people around the globe to express themselves and at the time contribute to the recovery of Japan from the 11/03 earthquake. Thus, all Cambodians please help enthusiastically participate in the competition and count our voices in the global arena. Cheers for your best…

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