Education can take many shapes, but the core of education has not changed much for a long time in Japan. This past year showed that traditional education can change and adapt in some way. Different generations and backgrounds will come together in this session to discuss their experiences in different parts of the education sector and what changes they see happening in the future. We will have Dr. Oussouby SACKO, the first African to become president of a university in Japan, Baniel Cheung, a marketing specialist who teaches at Honk Kong University, and Fuka Chida, a Japanese University student who is developing a new approach to education as a YUNGA Ambassador. The session will be moderated by our own Elizabeth Masamune PSM, who is a member of the Management Advisory Board of Chiba University.
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