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At a prime location along the Silk Road sits Uzbekistan's ancient city of Samarkand, which flourished for centuries as a center of learning and culture. After about seven hours to Tashkent via a connecting flight from Seoul and then four ho...

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The Nagoya University Research and Education Center for Japanese Law (CJL) at the National University of Mongolia held a ceremony last March to commemorate ten years -- since fall 2006 -- of teaching Japanese law in the Japanese language. W...

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Nagoya University was alive with the smiling faces of fresh graduates late last March, but for one couple, it was a week of especial joy. On Monday, Mothafer Ghasak, the man in the couple, earned his Ph.D. in engineering, and on Thursday, h...

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Atsuko TSUJI

Earned B.A. in Arts, College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Tokyo in 1976. Joined The Asahi Shimbun Company in 1979 as a journalist and wrote many articles in science and technology area for newspaper and magazines...[read more] published by the company including editorial pieces. Knight Science Journalism Fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1989 and Reuters Fellow at University of Oxford in 2014. Designated Professor of Nagoya University's Institute of International Education and Exchange since October 2016. [close]

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