Since 2005, the Japan Foreign Trade Council, Inc. (JFTC) has sponsored an annual article competition to encourage students, young researchers and business people expressing their opinions on issues of nationwide and international importance. For the best essays, judges will award one Grand Prize of 1 1 million yen and three Prizes for Excellence worth 200,000 yen.
The essay topic for this year’s competition is “Approaches for a Depopulating Japan”. And how do we achieve it? The population decline due to a low birth rate in an aging society is not a unique problem to Japan and represents a globally developing concern-including in China and European nations. As the first country to handle this problem, the rest of the world is viewing carefully to observe how Japan will deal effectively.
Based on the problems outlined above, JFTC invites all participants to write freely about their ideas on the depopulating Japan-unrestricted by conventional ideas worldwide. People of all ages and nationalities are free to enter the competition. Essays must be submitted using the downloadable entry form on the JFTC website, with both article title and summary collectively. Essays can be submitted in English (Max. 400 words in English and 1,000 Japanese character types. Deadline for submission is 15 September, 2012 at 24:00 (JST).
- Create directories to store digital data
- Does development in the food industry have the same personality as in other sectors
- Research suggests high levels of emotional intelligence business lead to which of the following
- A real world implementation success tale
All submissions must be original and no previously released materials will be accepted. JFTC is a trade-industry association with a membership comprising trading companies, trade organizations and so forth, aiming to build a stable future and forge closer global links. JFTC’s objective is to contribute to the success of Japan economy and enhance international culture through the shared exchange of people, goods, money, and information with overseas countries-helping Japan to become a new trading country. The JFTC works towards developing a consensus within the business enterprise community regarding various trade-related issues-contributing to the revitalisation and development of the Japanese and global economies.
It had not been unusual for zoos in the past due nineteenth and early twentieth decades to show “primitive” people. The Congolese pygmy Ota Benga, displayed at the Bronx Zoo, may be the most well-known example. It had been around this time that James H. Kelly, the advertising agent for Adam Forepaugh’s Circus, was taking on by the zoo to take care of its promotion.
James H. Last night in one Pratt Kelly received a letter, Governor of the Pueblo Indians, of Lacuna, N. M., inquiring regarding the whereabouts of that portion of the tribe which was recently at the Zoo. James replied they are with their manager, Howe, in Chicago. I’ve not found any reference to the Pueblos/Apaches in any later Detroit papers.
A few more animals were put into the zoo’s collection after its opening. Yet another lioness was brought in, as well as a pet trainer named Max Caspari. On Valentine’s Day of 1884, both a “sacred cow” and a camel were blessed at the zoo. The sacred cow resided only two hours. The camel passed away two weeks later.
In order to capitalize on the pull of baby pets, and a mom and baby African buffalo were brought to the zoo the next. They became popular, as the Free Press reported, “The women were intensely interested in the infant buffalo and went into ecstasies within the ‘dear little pet’ “.
The Zoological Garden appeared to change managers as frequently as it purchased new animals. In Dec of 1883 and was replaced by Harry K Orrin Delano resigned his position as manager. Long, a circus performer who had previously worked for P. T. Barnum. February 29 On, it was reported that the new manger was Garry A. Hough, an acting professional who resided at 11 Sycamore Street in North Corktown.