KSG Club of Japan : About Us

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As of end of June 2004, nearly 400 Japanese had a privilege to study at KSG. KSG Club of Japan was founded in December 2003 to provide a venue for socialization, networking, and education. The membership will be given to KSG alumni living in Japan and Japanese KSG alumni. The Club's Charter

We will plan various types of events, most of which shall be open to public, and provide information on this website.

Board Staff
President Yasuhisa Shiozaki
Chief Cabinet Secretary, Member of the House of Representatives
V.P. Takeshi Isayama
Chairman, The Carlyle Group
Tsuyoshi Maruyama
Director-General, Cabinet Office
Ikuo Kabashima
Professor, University of Tokyo
Shinichi Yoshida
Managing Director, The Asahi Shimbun
Charmine Koda
Journalist
[MC/MPA92]
Auditor Dr. Takeo Hirata
Professor, Waseda University
Yoko Makino
President, Yoko Makino CPA Firm
Advisor Dr. Ezra Vogel
Professor Emeritus, Harvard University
Dr. Heizo Takenaka
Director, Global Security Research Institute, Keio University
Sadako Ogata
President, Japan International Cooperation Agency
Yutaka Kawashima
Grand Master of the Ceremonies, Imperial Household Agency
Dr. Fumio Kodama
Dean, Graduate School of Engineering Management,
  Shibaura Institute of Technology
Masaharu Nakatsu
Adviser, Tokyo Electric Power Co.,Inc
Vogel
Ezra F. Vogel
Director, Global Security Research Institute, Keio University Visiting Associate Professor, Harvard University (1989)





<Bio>
1958  PhD. Department of Social Relations, Harvard University

1960-1961  Assistant Professor, Yale University
1972-1977  Director , Harvard's East Asian Research Center, Harvard University
1977-1980  Chairman, Council for East Asian Studies, Harvard University
1980-1987  Director, Program on U.S.-Japan Relations at the Center for International Affairs
1987-   Honorary Director, Program on U.S.-Japan Relations at the Center for International Affairs
1995-1999  Director of the Fairbank Center
1997-1999  Director of the Asia Center
1998  Chairman of the Harvard Committee to Welcome President Jiang Zemin
2001  Co-director, the Asia Foundation Task Force on East Asian Policy Recommendations for the New Administration

<Other Activities>
1993-1995  the National Intelligence Officer for East Asia at the National Intelligence Council in Washington
1996  Director, the American Assembly on China
1998  the Joint Chinese-American Assembly between China and the United States

<Publication>
Japan's New Middle Class (1963)
Canton Under Communism (1969), won the Harvard University Press faculty book of the year award.  The Japanese edition of his book
Japan as Number One:  Lessons for America (1979)
Comeback (1988)
One Step Ahead in China: Guangdong Under Reform (1989)
The Four Little Dragons: The Spread of Industrialization in East Asia (1991)
Is Japan Still Number One? (2000)

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