A group of East and Southeast Asia Program Lauder students visited Tokyo and Yokohama between July 11 and 15 as part of their summer immersions in East and Southeast Asia.
On July 12, the 14 students and 2 faculty first visited Morgan Stanley MUFG where Dr. R.Feldman provided insightful session. In the afternoon, they moved to Shibuya and visited DeNA. In the evening, they joined Pub Outside Penn at Bistro En Ballon and enjoyed networking with more than 20 local alumni.
On July 13, they had a lecture on Japan's growth strategy by Mr. Kajikawa, Director for Policy Planning, Economic and Industrial Policy Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. Then move to Bank of Japan where Mr. Toshitaka Sekine, Director-General, Research and Statistics Department gave them macro economic analysis. In the afternoon they moved to Yokohama where they visited Nissan Motor Co.,ltd. and had an interesting workshop on China business strategy development.
We're truly grateful for all the help by our alumni who arranged these visits for the students. The students really enjoyed the visits and found a lot of takeaways.
On July 14,they had a cultural visits to Kamakura and Yokohama where they enjoyed a grand display of 3000 fireworks!