How Japan Sees America's Role in the Asia-Pacific

How does Japan, our closest Asian ally, perceive the United States at the dawn of the "Asian Century"?

Why should this matter for Colorado businesses?

In a top-down society like Japan, public perceptions and political alliances matter.  Japan is a massive, wealthy market for U.S. business.  Good relations between the United States and Japan feed business interests on both sides of the Pacific.

Is Japan as positive about "the land of the free" as we are?

Come and listen to Professor Toshihiro Nakayama of Keio University in Tokyo.

How Japan Sees America's Role in the Asia-Pacific

Wednesday, March 11, 2015 from 11:30am - 1:00pm

Brown Palace Hotel, Grand Ballroom

Cost:

$700 / Sponsored Table for 8 with sponsorship recognition

$350  / Sponsored Half-Table for 4 with sponsorship recognition

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$45 / JASC Members

$55 / General Public

$35 / Students (must present ID)