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Attention: “Japan Books” for you to read!

"Japan series" by Philippe Huysveld (GBMC)

“Japan series” by Philippe Huysveld (GBMC)

 

« Japan Series »: A new series of Books (6) about the economy, the society, the culture, business, tourism and the history of Japan.

 

Mastering the cultural, linguistic, social, economic, technical and business specificities of the Far East and in particular of Japan is not an easy thing and demands a certain amount of investment in time and resources.

For this purpose, Philippe Huysveld, Japan expert and senior consultant in Europe-Japan business at the consulting firm GBMC (Global Business & Management Consulting, www.gbmc.biz), has written and proposes to you his series of books about Japan, entitled « Japan Series ».

Made of 6 books, available as well in digital format (eBook) as in paper format (paperback), this collection’s objective is to share with business men, students, Japan “aficionados” and the general public about the various aspects of the Land of the Rising Sun.

 

More details from:  https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/japan-books-philippe-huysveld-gbmc-series-huysveld-ir-mba/

 

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Sortie d’une nouvelle édition du livre “MOSAICA JAPONICA: Lecture Culturelle du Japon socio-économique”

Editions L'Harmattan - MOSAICA JAPONICA - Philippe Huysveld

Editions L’Harmattan – MOSAICA JAPONICA – Philippe Huysveld

 

MOSAICA JAPONICA:

Lecture Culturelle du Japon socio-économique

(avec une préface d’André Jaumotte)

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« Japan Series » : Livre III

par Philippe Huysveld (GBMC)

Editeur : L’Harmattan

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<Paris, Septembre 2018> Après une parution originale en auto-édition, l’ouvrage de Philippe Huysveld (consultant en affaires Europe-Japon, GBMC) est désormais disponible (exclusivement) chez les Editions L’Harmattan à Paris.

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A propos du livre:

 

“Japan Series”: Livre/Book 3 by Philippe Huysveld (GBMC) Editor: L’Harmattan (Paris) an (e)Book (in French) about the Relations between Culture, Society and Economy in Japan

 

Ou encore:

http://gbmc.agence-presse.net/2018/09/23/sortie-dune-nouvelle-edition-du-livre-mosaica-japonica-lecture-culturelle-du-japon-socio-economique/

 


JAXA: A Japanese probe (Hayabusa-2) has successfully landed 2 exploration micro-robots on the “Ryugu” asteroïd!

© Fournis par AFP Cette image de l'agence spatiale japonaise (JAXA) publiée par Jiji Press le 21 septembre 2018 montre les micro-robots qui vont se poser sur un astéroïde à 3 milliards de km de la Terre, pour tenter de mieux comprendre les origines de la vie

© Fournis par AFP Cette image de l’agence spatiale japonaise (JAXA) publiée par Jiji Press le 21 septembre 2018 montre les micro-robots qui vont se poser sur un astéroïde à 3 milliards de km de la Terre, pour tenter de mieux comprendre les origines de la vie

 

Asteroid RYUGU (Source: JAXA picture)

Asteroid RYUGU (Source: JAXA picture)

 

” Une sonde japonaise largue deux micro-robots d’exploration au-dessus d’un astéroide.

La sonde japonaise Hayabusa-2 a largué vendredi deux micro-robots au-dessus d’un astéroide  (Ryugu) sur lequel ces engins sont censé se poser pour recueillir des informations sur la naissance du système solaire et l’origine de la vie.

Si ces robots Minerva de deuxième génération parviennent à  destination et font leur travail, il s’agira du premier succès mondial pour ce type de mission, après une précédente tentative japonaise ratée en 2005.” (Source: AFP)

 

More details (in French) from:

https://www.msn.com/fr-fr/actualite/technologie-digital/une-sonde-japonaise-largue-deux-micro-robots-dexploration-au-dessus-dun-astéroïde/ar-AAAr7vh?ocid=spartanntp

 

More details (in English) about the JAXA Project:

http://global.jaxa.jp/projects/sat/hayabusa2/topics.html#topics12394

 


Japanese crown prince Naruhito invited to Versailles (France)

Editions L'Harmattan - MOSAICA JAPONICA - Philippe Huysveld

Editions L’Harmattan – MOSAICA JAPONICA – Philippe Huysveld

 

Le prince héritier du Japon Naruhito était à Paris mercredi. Reçu au château de Versailles, il a assisté à un spectacle de théâtre Nô avant un diner officiel.

Pour la troisième fois, Emmanuel Macron a choisi le somptueux décor de Versailles comme atout diplomatique, en accueillant mercredi soir au château royal le prince héritier du Japon Naruhito.

Devant une haie d’honneur de gardes républicains, le président a souhaité la bienvenue à son hôte dans la Cour royale, avant un entretien en tête-à-tête dans l’un des salons. Les deux hommes ont ensuite assisté dans l’Opéra royal à un spectacle de théâtre Nô mélangeant tradition et images en 3D. Un dîner officiel était ensuite organisé dans le vestibule haut de la chapelle royale.

Une centaine de personnalités françaises et japonaises des secteurs culturel, institutionnel et économique étaient invitées au spectacle et au dîner.” (Paris Match)

More details (in French) from:

https://www.msn.com/fr-fr/actualite/france/emmanuel-et-brigitte-macron-invitent-le-prince-héritier-du-japon-à-versailles/ar-BBNfy4U?ocid=spartanntp

 


Franco-Japan relations: 160 years on celebrate “Japonism 2018”

Article by E. Motoko Inui
Cross-Culture Advisor / Japan Market Consultant / Researcher
GBMC (Global Business & Management Consulting)

 

Franco-Japan relations: 160 years on celebrate “Japonism 2018”

Franco-Japan relations: 160 years on celebrate “Japonism 2018”

by E. Motoko Inui Cross-Culture Advisor / Japan Market Consultant / Researcher GBMC (Global Business & Management Consulting)

by E. Motoko Inui
Cross-Culture Advisor / Japan Market Consultant / Researcher
GBMC (Global Business & Management Consulting)

 

2018 celebrate the 160th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relation between France and Japan.

In 1858, Japan has opened up its door to the Western world and signed the Treaty of Amity and Commerce in Edo (the former Tokyo).  Until then, most of the relation Japan had with the western countries were limited to mainly Portugal, Dutch and the U.K.

Since the signing of the treaty, the relation has extended into culture as well as trade.

Japan has taken part in the Universal exposition in 19th centuries, where many examples of Japanese arts and crafts were exhibited in great numbers for the first time outside the country.  There were collectors and artists who showed great interest in Japanese prints and decorative arts for example, such enthusiasm for Japanese Arts and craft was to become known as “Japonism”.  Many great French Impressionists have collected Japanese prints and took some form of influence from it.  In the same way, many artists in Japan working in the early  20th century were keen to include new method of working from the west into their work as well. 

Other form of arts and culture in exchanges were in Cinema, literature, Manga, Animation and Cuisine. In regards to culinary and fashion, Japan has gone through major changes in the last century taking in vast influences from the west.  There were many expats and tourists from Japan coming to European countries especially in the 80s. There were considerably decreased in the 90s due to the economic depression in Japan. But since it’s gradual recovery, many European countries still ranks at the top of the holiday destination abroad. 

 

With the Free Trade Agreement and Economic Cooperation being finalised, the trade would inevitably increase between the European countries and Japan as well as cooperation in other area of the economy.  Working together in the mutual problem of the society like in renewable energy and security to name a few.

In regards to the security concern in the world, France and Japan has recently signed a bilateral agreement of the Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement which will deepen security cooperation.  The mutual area of concern is maintaining “a free and open Indo-Pacific” and is aiming to strengthen coordination in maritime issues based on the rules of law in protecting the region.   Free and open seas are the foundation for the peace and prosperity of the international trade. 

2018 celebrate the 160th anniversary of bilateral relation between France and Japan.  Japan’s Ground Self-Defence Force took part in the Bastille Day parade in Paris in July.   France celebrates Japanese culture with 8 month festival covering various topics in different locations throughout the country.   

 


Release of GBMC’s sixth (e)Book: “Bridges to Japanese Business Etiquette: Understanding Japan Cross-cultural Management”

"Bridges to Japanese Business Etiquette" by Philippe Huysveld (GBMC)

“Bridges to Japanese Business Etiquette” by Philippe Huysveld (GBMC)

 

 

Bridges to Japanese Business Etiquette:

Understanding Japan Cross-cultural Management

by Philippe Huysveld

“Japan Series”: Book/Livre VI

Editor: Lulu.com

 

A reference Book for non-Japanese executives about “How to work with the Japanese”!

 

More details from:

http://gbmc.agence-presse.net/2018/08/09/release-of-gbmcs-sixth-ebook-bridges-to-japanese-business-etiquette-understanding-japan-cross-cultural-management/

 


Lecture Economique Histoire Japon, Book, Philippe Huysveld

“Lecture Economique de l’Histoire du Japon”

“Japan Series”: Livre/Book 1

an (e)Book (in French) about the History of the Japanese Economy

This (e)Book, by Philippe Huysveld of GBMC, is intended for students studying Japanese language or commerce , as well as for the motivated reader interested in the History and the Economy of Japan.

Source: Lecture Economique Histoire Japon, Book, Philippe Huysveld


an (e)Book (in French) about the Relations between Culture, Society and Economy in Japan

“MOSAICA JAPONICA: Lecture Culturelle du Japon socio-économique”

by Philippe Huysveld – GBMC

(Avec une Préface d’André Jaumotte)

 

Read more from:

Source: MOSAICA JAPONICA, Lecture Culturelle du Japon socio-économique


A reference Book for non-Japanese executives about “How to do business in Japan”!

Mastering Japan Business, Book, Philippe Huysveld

Source: Mastering Japan Business, Book, Philippe Huysveld


Read “The Ultimate Survival Guide for Business in Japan” (e)Book from Philippe Huysveld (GBMC)

Source: Ultimate Survival Guide Business Japan, Book, Philippe Huysveld


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