[Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Inc.] Daisuke Susue, Shunichi Doba, and Mutsumi Imai will be on stage at the “Sports Open Word World” Symposium
Nikkei Inc. Mr. Daisue, Mr. Shunichi Doba, and Mr. Mitsumi Imai will be on stage at the “Sports Open Word World” Symposium on October 3 Nihon Keizai Shimbun Co., Ltd., co-sponsored by the Organization for the Promotion of Letters and Print Culture, will open a symposium “The World of Words Open by Sports” in October. One year has passed until the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. Many athletes, such as the Olympians who impress people who watch sports, love reading. A book about sports makes you feel a world you cannot experience. Athletes, writers, and researchers will discuss sports and character / print cultures that enrich our lives. Date / Time / October 3 (Thursday) 6:30 pm-9pm, Nikkei Hall (Otemachi, Tokyo) Keynote Speech / “Athlete and Language” = Daisue Taesue (former track and field player) Panel discussion / Sports, reading, and words ”= Daisue Taesue, writer Shunichi Doba, and Keio University professor Mutsumi Imai. Application / From www.mojikatsuji.or.jp/. 600 people (first come first served basis), free admission. For inquiries, please contact 03.3511.7305 (Monday to Friday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm) About the Character and Print Culture Promotion Organization Supporting the people’s language activities (reading, writing, thinking, and communicating) through the realization of the “Letters and Letters Culture Promotion Law” and the “Law concerning the Promotion of Children’s Reading Activities”, the development of culture and the creation of a creative country It is a public interest foundation that continues activities aiming for. In addition to the 2010 “National Reading Year”, we are developing a wide range of language proficiency and reading promotion activities, such as the Reading Promotion Forum, Child Reading Ambassador Training, Reading Teacher Training Course, and the Symposium “Knowledge Community Development”.
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