Author Archives: YOSHINAO ITAKURA

Yoshinao Itakura – Journal Entry 5

                 In this final journal, I am explaining mainly three points. One is most important things I have learned, and second is how my perception of the United States changed before and after the Keio U/W&M CCC. Third is the … Continue reading

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Yoshina Itakura – Journal Entry 4

                 There are two points about the differences between Japan and Washington D.C. in this journal. One thing is the difference in the monuments. And another thing which I am focusing on is the one in the structure of public … Continue reading

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Yoshinao Itakura – Journal Entry 3

                 There are two points in this journal. One is what I think about the difference in segregation between Japan and America. Another is what I learned from my Focus Group presentation.                  In the framework on August 10th, Jennifer … Continue reading

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Yoshinao Itakura – Journal Entry 2

                 In the framework on August 7th, I learned about the difference between Japan and US in board members who can make decisions about their own company. While Japan board members account for 25% of all employees, American board members … Continue reading

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Yoshinao Itakura – Journal Entry 1

                 There are two points I have wrote down here. One is my first impression about the college of William & Mary, and what I would like to do during this Keio University / William & Mary Cross-Cultural Collaboration program. … Continue reading

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