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: NM.net since 1962--67 thank you japan for making world better place ...2020s Japan is pivotal to sustainable cooperation, lifelong learning and AI's decade, valuing youth & world's number 1 trading belt #BR1 - maps can include essential role in peace blossoming across koreas; Top reasons why worldwide under 30s need network (eg how can we help you and Yuichiro Anzai DC whatsapp +1 240 316 8157) Japanese friendships 2018-19-20
summer 20 japan olympics- with jack ma sponsoring- his expo of first full year as education revolutionary and attempts to bring back SMEs to superstars markets will be world changing - prep universityofstars.tv in run up summer 20, japn hpsts g20 in 2019- youth and other sherpa groups can linkin here; pope to visit japan late 2019; our experieence is youth who study in japan for a while gain extraordinary zen and other abilities -look at what ori is up to in redesigning nigeria helath care- with due respect her lecture at mit was my favorite moment; joi comes in number 3- understanding how bkash was born in legatum is the most importat end poverty lesson i have ever heard; youth networks of arctic circle who linkin round tufts are wonderful- farmers PIH has lots its cooperation edge sin kim went to worldbank unless you know how to help pih open source all it knows that is urgent now it is agreed healthy world's number 1 missing curriculum is peer to peer pre-teen health Legend- Currently editors of world record book of job creation see Asian Pacific Millennials connecting 6 of the other sustainability world's top job creators. Y-Yunus; A-Abed; K=Kim I=Ito W=Women4Empowerment; G=Gandhi edu family Lucknow - are you a journalist for youth who could help with curating this blog? rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk NormanMacraeFoundation
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Sunday, April 28, 2019

joi ito dec 2018

great meeting at japan society today - keynote joi ito mit media lab

power of games designers for better for worse
fascinating example of how around 1900 monoploy was created as boder game to warn new yorkers not to let banks subprime them but when parker brothers bought the rights to tghe game them simplified to the monopoly everyone knows where the winner trumps the whole of the rest to town and other property buyers - whats the smartest edu game you recommend? chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

joi reminded me of much of my father's beliefs that japan in the 1960s had started a revolution around which all of the east could rise

.1962 Consider Japan:1967Japan Rising part 2.1

1972'sNext 40 Years ;

1975Asian Pacific Century 1975-2075 

1976's Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution; 12 week leaders debate
chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Washington DC text/mobile 240 316 8157
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joi's stories include
japan main developed nation that still celebrates many rituals designed by indigenous people who value humans as part of nature not controling it

main point nature designs a circular economy with one movement's waste being another's input the opposite of man's economic metrics

also many things like parenting not valued in gdp economy

currently joi is helping teen do projects in space- apparently a project can be got to s[pace from as little as 7000 dollars

join mentioned lots of things eg blockchain which he saw as continuing to be harmful in short-term but important to longerterm

Saturday, April 27, 2019

from iff g20 argentina pre-meet  march 2018
3:20 pm – 4:10 pm FUTURE OF WORK • Mitali Das, Deputy Division Chief, Research Department, IMF • Gustavo Grobocopatel, Chief Executive Officer, Grupo Los Grobo • Leila Janah, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Samasource • Eduardo Levy Yeyati, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Elypsis; Dean, School of Government, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella 4:10 pm – 4:30 pm KEYNOTE REMARKS • Taro Aso, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Japan (TBC) 

from japan embassy newsletter may 2018


Japanese Leadership Strengthening The Global Economy
Finance Minister Taro Aso joined his counterparts from around the world in Washington, DC recently as they converged for the IMF and World Bank Spring Meetings. During these sessions, the Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors from G20 Nations held meetings where Minister Aso discussed the risks facing the global economy, particularly from inward-looking policies. He remarked that “it is important to strengthen global growth through free and fair trade.”
Minister Aso also participated in discussions about the “Future of Work,” a term referring to the challenges facing workers as technology changes labor markets rapidly and unpredictably. He emphasized Japan’s view that education at various levels is key to enhancing the resiliency of affected workforces.