28 Sep - 01 Oct 2021 • 

Japanese Studies Association of Australia Conference 'Sustainability, Longevity and Mobility'


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Due to the continuing uncertainties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the JSAA Biennial Conference will take place completely online. This ‘new .. Read more normal’ continued into 2019 where, just as Japan was bracing for its most violent storm in over 60 years, a 5.7 magnitude earthquake rattled many parts of the east coast. In 2020, action over the growing problem of plastic waste finally reached Japan. Also, in 2020 Japan, like the rest of the world, has been dealing with the Corona Virus (COVID-19) pandemic. Concerns over aging and low birth rates have plagued Japan for many years. With Japanese language demands for foreign workers in the aged care industry and the continuing pandemic, labour shortages and the problems of an aging society don’t look like they will be solved anytime soon. These issues and their effects can, and are, being studied through numerous fields of research from history to literature, and from economics to human rights.

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