Ippei WAKABAYASHI, JSICS Chair FOREWORD (PDF)
Eiki SENAHA, Ph.D., President, Meio University "Recovery from Disasters and International Cultures in Okinawa"
★Symposium 1 "East Asian Community and Intercultural Studies"
JANG In-Sung, Professor, Seoul National University
"The Social Construction of an East Asian Community and Regional Culture"
Mariko TAMANOI, Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles
"Sensibility, "Categories," and the East Asian Community"
Takeshi HAMASHITA, Professor Emeritus, Tokyo University
"The Regional Networks of the East Asian World：
On the Historical Dynamism of Asian Perspectives as seen from Ryukyu/Okinawa"
Kuan-Hsing Chen, Professor, the Graduate Institute for Social Research and Cultural Studies,
and also the coordinator of Center for Asia-Pacific/ Cultural Studies National Chiao Tung University
"Asia as Method and Cultural Studies-----On Takeuchi Yoshimi's 1960 "Asia as Method" Lecture"
Hiromi TAGAWA, President and CEO, JTB Corp.
"Towards Recovery: A Message to East Asia from Japan's Tourism Industry"
Kenichiro HIRANO, Founding Chairperson JSICS, Professor Emeritus, Waseda University and Tokyo University
★Symposium 2 "Globalized Popular Culture and Intercultural Studies"
Frederik L. Schodt, Translator, Writer and Manga "Evangelist"
"Manga as an English of Global J-POP Culture,with Comments on its Future"(reported by Ippei Wakabayashi)
Kaichiro MORIKAWA, Associate professor, Meiji University
"Cultural Studies on International Manga Museum"
Masaki UKAI, Professor Kyoto Bunkyo Univesity
"How Can Popular Theater Survive the Age of Globalization? The Strategies of Performing Arts"
Tetsuo TAKADA, Media Artist/Professor, Bunkyo University
JANG In-Sung, Professor, Department of plotical Science,Seoul National University
Saya SHIRAISHI, Professor, Graduate School of Education, The University of Tokyo
★Symposium 3 "Migration of People and Interculturality"
ZHAO Guihua, Assistant Research Fellow, Center for Asian and Pacific Studies, Seikei University
The "Kikyo (Homecommings)" of the Korean-Chinese to South Korea:How Is Their Identity Reconstructed?
KOH Sun Hui, Lecturer, Bunkyo University
"Migration of Korean-Chinese and the Diversity of the Korean World"
Maria Reinaruth D. Carlos, Associate Professor, Ryukoku University
"The Filipinos's Culture of Multi-step Migration and Their Retention as Careworkers in Japan"
Eishin CHINEN, Secretary-general, World Wide Uchinanchu Festival 2011 Secretary,
Okinawa Prefectural Government Sports Promotion Division
"Uchina Soft Power and International Clout, as Seen from the World Wide Uchinanchu Festival"
Chicako YAMAWAKI, Associate Professor, Bunkyo University
Mariko TAMANOI, Professor, Department of Anthroppology, University of California, Los Angeles
Kiyoshi NAKACHI, Professor, Meio University