Six Journalists from the Pacific Islands and the Caribbean Visited Japan
1. List of participating journalists: here
2. Party's schedule (in Japanese): here
3. Journalist briefing and farewell dinner
On the last day of their official business, a group of 50 people, which included the journalists alongside other prominent figures, joined together at the Tokyo Club for a farewell dinner. APIC president Mr. Peter Sato, FPCJ director Mr. Kiyotaka Akasaka, and FPCJ board of trustee member Mr. Hatsuhisa Takashima each gave a brief speech, and the six participating journalists gave a short presentation on their impressions of Japan during their one week stay.
4. Article Publication
Each journalist drafted up articles on their stay in Japan to be published by their home media. One of the participating journalists, Mr. Amitabh Sharma, who is from Jamaica, wrote an article about trash, based on his visit to Corelex San-Ei Co., LTD, which is a major bathroom tissue manufacturer in Japan. His article can be read in theJamaica Gleaner online site.(The other articles will be reported in the future.)
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