can 2020 MAolympics form stars eminent panel who value youth most? lets end sports ruled by administrators who abuse youth - elect simone biles to represent #metoo and end what US gymnastics abused for decades, elect yao ming could end #nba administrators hurtful speech to everyone he loves and true fans he helped basketball make billions. the japanese-haiti tennis star if she's willing could do more for watching over island development than anyone has ever don. as hinorary elder guest bbc's david attenborough at youthful 93 could help 7 worlds one planet viralise social action stories to make mother earth Greta again... more economistarts.com musicforsdgs.com ...

1964 tokyo olympics change the world- first live satellite broadcasts- first ttime royal families of 2 empires that had spent centuries colonising asia made up-prince charles even asked sony to be first inward investor in europe- and much more...

as anyone who has read The Economist's Norman Macrae's 30 years of Asian surveys starting 1962 with Consider Japan will know that he explored why the best chance of sustaining humans as Artificial Intelligence increased hubs from the far east through Japan, islands, mainland china and hopefully across the south asian belt : myanmar bangladesh india pakistan west asia as well as through Asean and Apec. Why did brilliant cooperation between china and japan from 1978 and in 1992 - see notes from Ezra Vogel's monumental book : China and Japan facing history
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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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Monday, January 20, 2020

Can

7 the cop26 economy become adam smith's 7th and most humanly joyful wonder
previous economies- not all names are agreed

1 pound economy - special interest 1% of world's people -out of a northern island they branded as longitude zero

2 dollar economy - a continent wide but not tall economy representing 5% of people - and the peak of consumption industril revolution 1

 economies that emerged from 1950s due to engineering leaps as well as need to go post colonial uniting 200 nations as places next child could be born to thrive

3 the von neumann  economy which we study as a worldwide economy- but wherever it was coded in english east and west coast usa got a decade or in moores law terms a G ahead until subprime mess that bridged 3g and 4g decades

4 the deming engineering economy which became the freedom of asians - the majoroty of the worlds people- thouugh it was hubbed initially out of japan in the hope of reconsiling trust after its bad empire bevaviors

5 the satelliete economy - this because race between russia and us governments and later how telecoms was regulated - unfortunately for the big get bigger and the need to know get more secretive

6 in the 1970s the womens rural keynesianism economy emerged out of the conteunts of south and east asia

emmanuel regarding the dc based thinktank series -several ideas
i'd like to discuss abe's recovery games - where he hopes olympic visitors will also see how japan communities have had to recover through lots of 2010s environmental challenges- i believe glasgow would like to host a mini-series once we know which events in your thinktank move forward- eg is jeju's/aiib green big bang network of 1000 place leaders how korea wants to project its place coalitions nyecsis jan2020 dc the greatest debate and koreas interaction with japans g20 sherpa leader- chinas sherpa leadership in 2016 produced this extraordinary knowledge hub eWTP-ELECTRONIC WORLD TRADE PLATFORM







i would also like to link how smart japan microbanks take responsibility for a whole regional sectors innovation an this is what my father celebrated in the economist from 1970s as asian rural keynesianism- i believe if adam smith was alive today he would be connecting such banking apps to the sdgs

Drones can reduce the cost of fertiliser in agriculture (eg rice paddy japan) by 90% as well serve organic systems Michinoku Bank this rural bank in japan has revised its business model - it no longer only finances separate businesses-itis financing the training a




and development of drone farming- see nhkworld 1/20  earlier in the week nhkworld reported that japan is investing in agricultural drones - globally a sector 70% led by china

over 50 years the  sustainability of half a billion women owned family businesses by brac emerged from a similar system mapping- one of the great models of rural keynesianism hubbed across continental asia (the majority of the worlds people) in the 1970s

the rural community recovery network brac started focusing on training that built
3 rural economies in one
village health workers - see parallel chinese network barefoot doctors
nutrition - see alumni of borlaug which became irri asian rice science
women - in bangladesh women are the resident family and so community builders but they had previously been excluded from finance

faced with tens of thousands of village microfranchises - family owned positive cash flow models in the villages) microfinance of brac was innovated to be the banking system in trust for what compounded as millions of women owned sustainable village business
today the financial services wing of brac integrates 7 major financial services as well as seeding a worldwide professional club called Global Alliance – For Banking on Values ~ Independent banks delivering sustainable development for unserved people 


it would need checking but i believe this entry ony reports about a quarter of brac's investments and less than a hundredth if you took all ngo partners of brac into the economic model

Friday, January 17, 2020

Amb. Koji Tomita 1   videoat11.50
Ambassador to the G20, Japan
he played very important role
continuity of g20 handover from 2018 and to 2020

making sure abe new agendas such as osaka track and society 5.0 (consequences and sdg goals of IR4 )
also became japan ambassador to south korea last month

there is also schwab's Industrial Revolution 4 hub in Tokyo - which i think needs to be linked in  schwab also edits 300 global youth shapers hubs- i have been informal editor of good hubs guide since 2006: wef 2020 later this week



i was able to get the email of japan sherpa to ticad when he spoke at csis in summer but not koji tomita

2 noticed this s korea awards ceremony 3 days ago CICI recognizes SK Telecom, K-pop writer Benjamin, jazz singer Nah for contributions to Korea’s image  makoto connects http://www.musicforsdgs.com -are there some joint connections-apparently 20 year long host is Choi Jung-wha, president of CICI, connecting arts one of big hopes fazle abed if i understand- and i believe its really  why both jack ma and ban ki moon putting so much time into tokyo olympics - the tokyo and beijing mayors can be critical bridges - both champion nations transformation in education

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The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, DC, held a forum on Japan's role as a regional and global leader and its partnership with the U.S. going forward. The first panel discussion looked at Japan's role as a leader in Southeast Asia and how they are navigating China's economic growth, while the second panel focused on Japan's role as a global leader and what their partnership with the United States could look like in th

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Nippon Foundation donates USD 2 million to BRAC

The Nippon Foundation, a Japanese private non-profit organisation, will donate USD 2 million (over BDT 169 million) for BRAC to scale up its education programme for the displaced Rohingya and host communities’ children in Cox's Bazar. The grant will help build 50 two-story prefabricated movable steel structures to be used as learning centres for 8,000 displaced Rohingya children. Besides, 100 pre-primary learning centres will also be built for the host community’s children.
BRAC and The Nippon Foundation announced the partnership at a press conference today on Wednesday (11 December) at BRAC Centre in Dhaka city. Chairman of The Nippon Foundation, Yohei Sasakawa, Executive Director of BRAC, Asif Saleh, Director of BRAC Education Programme, Dr Safiqul Islam, officials of the two organisations and Japanese Embassy in Bangladesh were present at the event.
Chairman Yohei Sasakawa said, "The objective of our initiative is to create education opportunities for the displaced Rohingya children so that they can also learn alongside the host community’s children. We hope that the displaced Rohingya children will be able to continue learning as they return to their homeland."
BRAC’s Executive Director Asif Saleh said, "55 per cent of the people who came from Myanmar are children. So we are focusing on their education."
Officials of BRAC informed the press that right from the beginning of the new influx of the displaced Rohingya people into Bangladesh in 2017, BRAC undertook the education programme for their children as the largest partner of the government in this regard. The learning curriculum for the displaced Rohingya children includes pre-primary education, alphabets and numbers, life-saving information, psychological counselling and life skills development. BRAC is also developing education materials for classes I-IV for the displaced Rohingya children.
Currently, over 61,000 children of 4-14 years of age are receiving basic education in its 759 learning centres at the Rohingya camps in Ukhya and Teknaf sub districts of Cox's Bazar. Fifty-one per cent of these children are girls. 722 children are disabled among them. Also, 57 per cent members of the managing committees of these learning centres are women.
The separate 100 pre-primary learning centres BRAC will build with The Nippon Foundation's support will accommodate 3,000 host community children of 5-6 years of age.