This is the website of the Shouraizou study project, which ended April 2005. The project has been a tremendous succes.
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A lot of students are interested! Presentation

Introduction presentation for interested students 03/30/2004 11:08 AM
Erik Staijen Participants

The Shouraizou participants 03/30/2004 11:23 AM
The first signature Contract

The participants signing the Participant's Contract at the "Toko" (the committee's office) 03/30/2004 11:24 AM
Reaching for that high note Participants Borrel

The first participants borrel was April 6th. Getting to know the fellow participants was easy, using the all Japanese art of Karaoke. 04/06/2004 01:57 PM
Prof. Krabbendam captivates his audience Innovation lecture

An introduction on innovation by Prof. Krabbendam 04/21/2004 11:40 AM
Handouts, notes and... coffee! Macro/meso-research

An introduction on the macro/meso-research on Japan, given by Dr. S.J. de Boer. 05/13/2004 08:55 PM
Harald tells something about organisation of innovation Innovation presentations

A presentation of the assignments that were carried out to study the project's theme 'innovation'. 05/13/2004 08:56 PM
Joost is reading carefully Japanese course

An impression of a lesson in the Japanese course given by Marcel van den Elst. 06/11/2004 10:23 AM
Participants get feedback during their presentation. Macro-presentations

Presentation of the assignments that are part of the macro-analysis of Japan 09/24/2004 10:28 AM
FIRE! Japanese dinner

Participants get to know the Japanese kitchen at the local Japanese restaurant 'Kimono'. 09/24/2004 10:29 AM
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