source: japanology.com Presence – a state of being or existence. Existing, or is present in a place but is not seen. Presence – is something I have thought much about when it comes to us as individuals, as human beings and even as souls. Presence – is about being in the present moment, paying… Continue reading Presence
source: Japanindustrynews.com 1 February 2019 would be a moment in history in the world’s trade economy. The free trade agreement between Japan and EU entered into force impacting on 635 million people and almost one-third of the world’s economy. Considered the world’s largest free trade agreement, the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement opens doors in almost… Continue reading EU- Japan Trade creating history as the largest free trade deal and implications on NewSpace
source: Infostellar.net Infostellar, founded by Naomi Kurahara is one of those NewSpace startups that I truly respect. Infostellar is very much values-based and about its people. Their focus is very much on the talents of their people and also utilising their talents to tackle complex problems. Everyone is an active player in the team. Their… Continue reading What makes Infostellar successful?
Have you ever thought we could bring space to earth? What if you could work in a space ship? Better yet, design it? Be part of it? In an article Marvel at The Plans for Japan’s Futuristic New Research Centre by Evan Gough of Universe Today it seems to contain all of the above. The… Continue reading Japan’s NewSpace Research Centre
source: http://www.icharm.pwri.go.jp/ Introduction The International Centre for Water Hazard and Risk Management (ICHARM) is under the auspices of UNESCO. Led by Prof. Toshio Koike, ICHARM conducts research and teaches courses on a broad field related to water disaster management. Thinking beyond floods, mudflows or landslides, ICHARM also focuses on water related disasters, also also natural… Continue reading ICHARM International Centre for Water Hazard