Tokyo Chapter of FEW:
FEW Monthly Meeting: The Importance of Being Gaijin - A Foreign Body in the Japanese Media
Date: Thursday, September 9th, 2004 Time: 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Speaker: Debbie Hodgson, Newsweek Japan reporter
Newsweek Japan reporter Debbie Hodgson shares her experience working for both American and Japanese media, and delves into the pressure-group role expected to be played by foreign journalists in Japan. Join Debbie on September 9th for a discussion on current affairs and the media in Japan.
FEW is a non-profit networking organization for foreign women in Japan from all professional backgrounds.
Organization: Foreign Executive Women (Tokyo Chapter of FEW)
Cost: FEW Members: 2,000 yen, includes buffet dinner and drinks (Please note, this is a women-only event)
Non-members: 5,000 yen, includes buffet dinner and drinks (Please note, this is a women-only event)
Venue: Foreign Correspondent's Club of Japan, Yurakucho Denki Bldg. 20F, Yurakucho, Tokyo. See http://www.fccj.or.jp/static/aboutus/map.php for map
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