ambassador lecture

2020-12-16

From rocks and logs to AI: Canada-Japan trade relations in a turbulent global environment

This year, we were unable to invite the lecturer to campus due to COVID-19; however, in commemoration of the 55th anniversary of the sister city relationship between Yokohama and Vancouver, Mr. Ian Burney, the Ambassador of Canada to Japan, delivered a lecture titled “From rocks and logs to AI: Canada-Japan trade relations in a turbulent global environment” on Zoom Webinar on December 16, 2020.
2019-07-11

South Africa before 1994, after 1994 and Collaboration with Japan

H.E. Mr. Lulama Smuts Ngonyama, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of South Africa, delivered a lecture titled “South Africa before 1994, after 1994 and Collaboration with Japan” on 11 July 2019. Professor Eiichi Yoshida, who is an expert in African Studies, served as a moderator.
2017-10-16

The European policy of President Emmanuel Macron

H.E. Ambassador of France to Japan delivered lecture on the European policy of President Emmanuel Macron.
2015-11-17

Canada, a Country of Cultural Diversity

As part of Yokohama City University’s annual international lecture series by foreign ambassadors, the Canadian Ambassador to Japan, His Excellency Mackenzie Clugston was invited to deliver a lecture to the students of YCU on November 17, 2015.