This episode of Asia on Air celebrates 30 years of the JET program by interviewing three former JETs from Sasakawa USA, the World Affairs Councils of America, and the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation in Washington, D.C.
Author: Alexander Hoare
I have devoted the majority of my adult life to the study and understanding of Japanese history, arts, and politics. I do not hide my deep interest in Japan, which is why my friends and family were baffled when I announced that I would be moving to the Netherlands in the summer of 2015.
Author: Christa Desrets
Categories: Sasakawa USA Blog
Five years after the devastating Great East Japan Earthquake struck Tohoku, one key group from the international community is remembered for its humanitarian impact and key role in forging the strong U.S.-Japan bond that continues today. The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program is an initiative sponsored by the Japanese government that aims to enhance
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