最終更新日:2017年11月07日

Bhutan & Kyoto University 60th Anniversary Memorial Symposium

京都大学・ブータン友好60周年記念シンポジウム

Many thanks to all participants for sharing their time to further strengthen the friendship between Bhutan and Kyoto University.

Date: October 25th (Wed.), 2017.
Time: 15:00-18:00
Venue: Symposium Hall, 5th floor, International Science Innovation Building, Kyoto University

Capacity: 100
Language: English
Reception (18:30-): 5,000JPY (Students: 1,000JPY)
More Details: https://u.kyoto-u.jp/ku-bhutan




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ソナム・デチェン・ワンチュク王女来日・京都大学ブータン友好60周年記念事業 記念シンポジウム
日程: 2017年10月25日 15:00~18:00
会場: 京都大学国際科学イノベーション棟 5階 シンポジウムホール 

定員: 100名
使用言語: 英語
懇親会費: 教職員・一般5000円, 学生1000円
詳細はこちら: https://u.kyoto-u.jp/ku-bhutan-j

14:30-
Open/Registration
15:00-
Keynote Session

Welcome Remarks by President Juichi Yamagiwa
Keynote Presentation by Professor Tetsuro Matsuzawa
Keynote Address by Her Royal Highness Princess Sonam Dechan Wangchuck
16:00-
Presentation Session

"Multidisciplinary Research on Buddhism and GNH in Bhutan: an overview"
Dr Seiji Kumagai (Associate Professor, Kokoro Reseach Center)

"Fateful and Unexpected Encounters: Researching Bhutanese Youth"
Professor Tadashi Nishihira (Professor, Faculty of Education)

"Medical Cooperation between Kyoto University and University of Medical Sciences of Bhutan"
Dr Hideaki Okajima (Associate Professor, Kyoto Univeirsity Hospital)

"Issues and Challenges of Rural-Urban Migration in Bhutan"
Dr Yezer (Dean, Student Affairs, Sherubtse College, Royal University of Bhutan)

"Thinking on Rural Development from a Comparative Study of Rural Issues in Bhutan and Japan"
Dr Yoshio Akamatsu (Affiliate Assistant Professor, Center for Southeast Asian Studies)

"A possible way to cope with depopulation and abandoning farming: Lessons from the workshop held in the Sherubtse College and experience"
Dr Kazuo Ando (Associate Professor, Center for Southeast Asian Studies)

"Community-based medical care for the elderly in Bhutan"
Dr Ryota Sakamoto (Associate Professor, Center for Southeast Asian Studies)
17:45-
Dzongkha Songs by Kyoto University's students
17:55-
Concluding Remarks by Professor Takakazu Yumoto (Director, Primate Research Institute)
(Chair: Dr Shinya Yamamoto)