martes, 31 de julio de 2012

Revista Seda

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… lo invita a la lectura de los siguientes artículos:

Editorial – por Damián Blas Vives

-Los laberintos del deseo. Entrevista a Alberto Ruy Sánchez– por Damián Blas Vives

-Los jardines secretos de Mogador – por Alberto Ruy Sánchez

-Alocución en recuerdo de Isaac Rabin - por David Grossman

-Miyazawa Kenji – por Atsuko Tanabe

-Tres poemas – por Miyazawa Kenji

-La taberna del mundo – por Nguyen Sang

-Ritos funerarios en Japón – por Guillermo Quartucci

Crítica a libros


Observatorio Iberoamericano de Asia-Pacífico

Boletin electrónico junio-julio 2012  Nº 37

home, actualidad, economía y empresa, experiencias empresariales, entrevistas, política y relaciones internacionales, cooperación y desarrollo, información de países, organismos y foros, links, cultura y sociedad, estudios y convocatorias, becas, especialistas, agenda, boletines anteriores

.-Chile, Colombia, México y Perú crean la Alianza del Pacífico
-La fructífera gira de Wen Jiabao por Sudamérica
-Los mayores negocios y proyectos Asia-Iberoamérica
-Actualidad económica
-Sino-Latin American Economic Relations en Madrid
-El viaje de Raúl Castro a China y Vietnam
-Menos perspectivas de crecimiento de emergentes
-Tecnología e innovación
-FT: ¿Latam, mayor socio comercial de China en 2017?
-Producción, automóvil
-¿Países CHIIPs, el futuro económico?
-Infraestructuras y construcción
-Primera vez: salarios de China superarán a los de México
-BRICs quieren más peso en el FMI
-Banca, otros negocios
-Rankings e informes: avances de Asia y emergentes
-Economía, política
-China se queja del proteccionismo de Argentina y Brasil
-Acuerdos, comercio, integración
-El atractivo de las bolsas del BRICs
-Asia Pacífico, mundo emergente

-Temas legales y fiscales. Garrigues: novedades sobre la internacionalización del yuan
-Experiencias empresariales Iberoamérica-Asia Pacífico
-Asia-Iberoamérica; China-Iberoamérica; India

-Educación e investigación
-Cultura y sociedad
-Cooperación y desarrollo
-Destacados de la agenda
Casa Asia
Patrocina: Garrigues

martes, 24 de julio de 2012

Estreia do documentário


Estreia do documentário

“08:15 de 1945” em São Paulo

Publicado por FJSP em Arte e Cultura
Tags: Bomba atômica, Documentário, Hiroshima, Japão

08:15 de 1945
Brasil, 2012.
Duração: 101 min.
Direção, câmera e pós-produção: Roberto Fernández
Produção: Leonardo Branco e Roberto Fernández
Trilha sonora: Claudio Gómez
-6 de agosto de 1945, EUA joga a bomba atômica contra a população civil da cidade de Hiroshima. Anos depois, muitos sobreviventes (Hibakushas) foram morar no Brasil. O casal Morita, Hibakusha, funda a “Associação das Vítimas de Bomba Atômica” no Brasil, para conseguir os mesmos direitos dos sobreviventes que ficaram no Japão.

Exibição do documentário:
08:15 de 1945
Data: 5 de agosto de 2012 (domingo)
Horário: 15:00
Duração: 101 minutos


Sindicato dos Químicos e Plásticos de São Paulo
Rua Tamandaré, 348 – Liberdade-SP
Tel: (11) 3209-3811

Entrada Gratuita
Capacidade: 290 lugares

O Movimento Falso Filmes
Associação Hibakusha Brasil pela Paz

-Fundação Japão
em São Paulo
-Associação para Comemoração do Centenário da Imigração Japonesa no Brasil
-Sociedade Brasileira de Cultura Japonesa e de Assistência Social 3
- Museu Histórico da Imigração Japonesa no Brasil
-Mercearia Sukiyaki
-Centro Cultural Hiroshima do Brasil
-Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

Mais informações:
Tel: (11) 7962-4951

lunes, 16 de julio de 2012

The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus Newsletter

Newsletter No. 29. 2012   July 16, 2012   

New Articles Posted


Many of our readers of a certain age will recall the fear generated by the Cuban missile crisis of 1962 when Kennedy and Khrushchev brought the world to the brink of nuclear holocaust. This week Jon Mitchell introduces another dimension of that crisis: the view from the secret US missile base on Okinawa as former US missileers tell their story. Noriko Manabe details the No Nukes 2012 Concert and the role of musicians in the anti-nuclear power movement that is sweeping Japan. Those of a certain age will enjoy performances of musicians who are putting their energy into the movement.

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Jon Mitchell, "Seconds Away From Midnight": U.S. Nuclear Missile Pioneers on Okinawa Break Fifty Year Silence on a Hidden Nuclear Crisis of 1962

In October 1962, the United States and the Soviet Union teetered on the brink of nuclear war after American spy planes discovered that the Kremlin had stationed medium-range atomic missiles on the communist island of Cuba in the Caribbean, barely over the horizon from Florida.

The weapons placed large swaths of the Eastern U.S. - including Washington, D.C. - within range of attack and sparked a two-week showdown between the superpowers that Pulitzer Prize-winning U.S. historian and Kennedy advisor Arthur Schlesinger Jr. called "the most dangerous moment in human history."
Six months prior to the Cuban Missile Crisis, however, a parallel drama had played out on the other side of the world as the U.S. secretly brought near-identical missiles to the ones the Russians stationed on Cuba to another small island - Okinawa.

While the full facts of that deployment have never been officially disclosed, now for the first time three of the U.S. Air Force's nuclear pioneers have broken the silence about Okinawa's secret missiles, life within the bunkers and a military miscalculation of apocalyptic proportions - the targeting of unaligned China at a time when China-Soviet polemics were in full public view.

Jon Mitchell is a Welsh-born writer based in Yokohama. On 15 May 2012, Ryukyu Asahi Broadcasting aired an hour-long documentary based upon Jon's research called 枯れ葉剤を浴びた島 - Defoliated Island - Defoliated Island. This was followed by a 90-minute program - The Scoop Special - aired by TV-Asahi on 20 May 2012. He has written widely on Okinawan social issues for the Japanese and American press - a selection of which can be found here. He teaches at Tokyo Institute of Technology and is an Asia-Pacific Journal associate.

Recommended citation: Jon Mitchell, "Seconds Away From Midnight": U.S. Nuclear Missile Pioneers on Okinawa Break Fifty Year Silence on a Hidden Nuclear Crisis of 1962," The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol 10, Issue 29, No. 1. July 16, 2012.
Read More. . .

Noriko MANABE, The No Nukes 2012 Concert and the Role of Musicians in the Anti-Nuclear Movement

On July 7-8, 2012, a two-day mass rock concert called No Nukes 2012 was held in the Makuhari Messe Convention Center in Chiba, near Tokyo. The organizer was Sakamoto Ryuichi, member of the groundbreaking Japanese technopop group Yellow Magic Orchestra (YMO) and Academy Award-winning composer. Profits for the concert were donated to Sayonara Genpatsu 1000 Man Nin Akushon (Citizens' Committee for the 10 Million People's Petition to say Goodbye to Nuclear Power Plants), an antinuclear group which Sakamoto has been backing, along with Nobel Prize-winning author Oe Kenzaburo and others. The concert featured performances by 18 groups, including pioneering electronic groups Kraftwerk and YMO as well as rock bands Asian Kung-Fu Generation, Acidman, and others.

The concert took place the day after a massive protest in front of the Prime Minister's official residence (Kantei)-the latest and biggest in what has become a regular Friday-night protest, which, organizers estimated, attracted 150,000 people that evening. Sakamoto himself had participated in this protest, saying before the camera, "I come here as a shimin (citizen); it's important that we all do what we can and raise our voices."

Sakamoto's concert is a significant moment for the Japanese antinuclear movement.

Noriko Manabe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Music and Associated Faculty in the Department of East Asian Studies at Princeton University, where she teaches courses in popular music and ethnomusicology. She has published articles on Japanese rap, mobile music, and Cuban music, and has articles in press on Japanese hip-hop DJs, wartime children's songs, and online radio. Information about her work can be found here.

Recommended citation: Noriko MANABE, "The No Nukes 2012 Concert and the Role of
Musicians in the Anti-Nuclear Movement," The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol 10, Issue 29, No. 2, July 16, 2012.

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sábado, 14 de julio de 2012

Fundação Japão

Fundação Japão promove Teatro Kyogen em julho

Publicado por FJSP em Arte e Cultura

Tags: cultura, espetáculo, Festival do Japão, Japão, kyogen, teatro

Apresentação gratuita de Teatro Tradicional Cômico Japonês

A Fundação Japão em São Paulo realiza duas apresentações de teatro Kyogen, com atores japoneses integrantes da Companhia Shigeyama de Kyoto, no mês de julho, em São Paulo. Descrito como o protótipo do teatro moderno, o Kyogen é atuado unicamente por homens, com ênfase no diálogo e preenchido por gestos ampliados, que facilitam a compreensão, além de figurinos tradicionais e vistosos. Dança e canto também fazem parte da encenação, que se mostra dinâmica e divertida.

Desde 2001, o Nogaku, que compreende o teatro Nô e Kyogen, entrou para a Lista do Patrimônio Cultural Imaterial como uma obra-prima do Patrimônio Oral e Imaterial da Humanidade instituído pela UNESCO – Organização das Nações Unidas para a Educação, Ciência e a Cultura.

A primeira apresentação acontece gratuitamente no dia 11 de julho de 2012 (quarta-feira), às 20h, no Teatro Gazeta. Os interessados devem retirar os ingressos a partir de 06 de julho de 2012 (sexta-feira), de terça a domingo, das 14h às 20h. A segunda ocorre no dia 15 de julho de 2012 (domingo), às 12h, no Palco Principal do 15º Festival do Japão.

Os artistas Hayao Tagaya e Hiromi Shimada (pai e filho, respectivamente) apresentam as peças “Kaminari” (Deus do Trovão) e “Neongyoku” (Cantando deitado) no Teatro Gazeta. No Festival do Japão, eles encenam o clássico “Kaminari” novamente. Atuações são em japonês, mas com explicação prévia em português e a recomendação etária é livre. Hayao Tagaya é membro do The Nohgaku Peformer’s Association, mestre de Kyogen no estilo Okura de teatro Nô e representante da Tagaya Kyogen Society. Hiromi Shimada estreou nos palcos em 1984, como shite – o ator principal, em Iroha (A-be-ce) e há dez anos, tornou-se discípulo do 13º Sengoro Shigeyama.

“O Kyogen é um teatro tradicional cômico do Japão que existe há mais de 650 anos. Com uma estrutura de palco muito simples, sem cenografia, as estórias tratam de temas atuais como a relação de patrão e empregado, ou então apresentam personagens inusitados como o Kaminari. Não há palavras que expressem as sensações que o Kyogen encenado ao vivo pode proporcionar, e convido o público para essa experiência única”, acentua Hiromi Shimada.

Primeira Vez

Em fevereiro de 2011, pela primeira vez no país, quatro atores da Companhia Shigeyama de Teatro Kyogen, originária da cidade de Kyoto, fizeram uma turnê gratuita, passando pelas cidades de São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro e Curitiba, além de ministrar um workshop direcionado aos atores na Escola de Comunicação e Artes (ECA) da Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Hiromi Shimada esteve presente nas apresentações da companhia em 2011. No Teatro Gazeta, na capital paulistana, o interesse do público gerou uma enorme fila na Avenida Paulista.

A origem

O Kyogen (com origem no século XIV e manteve seu formato atual desde o século XVI) – conhecido como teatro tradicional e cômico, encenado entre as peças do lírico Nô. Devido a mudança dos costumes, recentemente programas exclusivos de Kyogen – fato inédito – já tem sido apresentados no Japão.

Kyogen é constituído de duas escolas: a Okura e a Izumi. A Família de Sengoro Shigeyama, da Companhia Shigeyama de Teatro Kyogen (Kyoto), pertence à Escola Okura. A denominação do líder da família, Sengoro Shigeyama, vem do Período Edo (1603-1868) e tem sido repassado de geração em geração, encontrando-se atualmente na décima terceira linhagem. É uma família reconhecida, prestigiada pelo Palácio Imperial de Kyoto e foi apreciada pelo lorde feudal de Hikone no passado.

Saiba mais sobre o Kyogen. Texto da Profª Darci Kusano.



Teatro Tradicional Cômico do Japão

11 e 15 de julho de 2012

Classificação: Livre

11 de julho de 2012 (quarta-feira)

Horário: 20h

Peças: “Kaminari” (Deus do Trovão) e

“Neongyoku” (Cantando deitado)


Obs: Os ingressos poderão ser retirados a partir de 06 de julho de 2012 (sexta-feira) na bilheteria do Teatro Gazeta, de terça a domingo, entre 14h e 20h, com limite de até 2 ingressos por pessoa.

Duração: 90 minutos

Capacidade: 700 lugares

Local: Teatro Gazeta

Av. Paulista, 900 – Térreo, São Paulo

(Entre o metrô Trianon-masp e o metrô Brigadeiro )

Tel: (11) 3253-4102
Ingresso do festival:

R$ 10,00 nos postos de venda e no site.

Gratuito para crianças até 8 anos e idosos acima de 65 anos.

Fundação Japão em São Paulo

Consulado Geral do Japão em São Paulo
Teatro Gazeta
Federação das Associações de Províncias do Japão no Brasil – KENREN


Informações e contatos:

Fundação Japão - (11) 3141-0110

Ar condicionado e acesso para deficientes

15 de julho de 2012 (domingo)

Horário: 12h

Peça: “Kaminari” (Deus do Trovão)

Duração: 40 minutos

Local: 15º Festival do Japão – Palco Principal

Centro de Exposições Imigrantes

Rod. Imigrantes km 1,5 – São Paulo

(Ônibus gratuito no metrô Jabaquara – Linha Azul)

Tel: (11) 3277-6108/8569

(Federação das Associações de Províncias do Japão no Brasil – KENREN)

Palden Sakya Centers

Date: 2012/7/5

Palden Sakya - Hevara, Vajrayogini initiation and Seven Day Teachings 24 Aug-2 Sept

Date: Thu, Jul 5, 2012 2:18 pm

Subject: Hevara, Vajrayogini initiation and Seven Day Teachings 24 Aug-2 Sept


Sakya Tsechen Thubten Ling
471 Beckwith Road
Richmond, B.C.
V6X 1 V8

Dear friends:

Sakya Tsechen Thubten Ling is pleased to announce that Jetsun Kushok Chimey Luding Rinpoche will be giving the Hevajra empowerment and the Vajrayogini initiation and seven day teachings from 24 August to 2 September 2012.

Vajrayogini, a deity of the highest yoga tantra, has enabled many yogins to attain swift realization. The program is meant for serious practitioners who are committed to its practice (see commitments section). It is a precious opportunity for those who seek to engage in the practice of Vajrayogini from an authentic master.

For further details, please refer to our website:

Concurso Fotográfico

Enviamos la información sobre el Concurso Fotográfico que lanzaremos en ocasión de los 50 años de relaciones diplomáticas entre Corea y Argentina. Pueden participar argentinos de todo el país, según Bases y Condiciones disponibles para descargar en nuestra web (


“La Fotografía es un medio que permite crear, investigar y preservar los elementos y procesos culturales de una comunidad, propios de su época. Como objetivo, se desea mostrar la vida y la cultura coreana en Argentina a través de imágenes fotográficas”
Con motivo del aniversario 50° de relaciones diplomáticas entre Argentina y Corea, el Centro Cultural Coreano junto a la Escuela Argentina de Fotografía llevarán a cabo un Concurso Fotográfico abierto a toda la comunidad argentina (según Bases y Condiciones vigentes) con importantes premios y la posibilidad de participar de una exposición con los mejores trabajos a fin de año.

Convocatoria abierta desde el 6 de agosto al 22 de octubre de 2012

- 1° lugar: Un televisor LCD
- 2° lugar: Un monitor LCD 20”
- 3° lugar: Una cámara fotográfica
- Menciones Especiales a consideración del Jurado

Descarga las Bases y Condiciones en la web:

IMPORTANTE: Es indispensable entregar una copia de las Bases y Condiciones firmada y con los datos completos solicitados en la página final de las mismas, personalmente o por correo junto a las obras enviadas.
Dudas o consultas sobre el presente Concurso deberán ser dirigidas al mail , o por teléfono al 4803-1572/3167 en horarios de atención al público.

-Escuela Argentina de fotografía
-Centro Cultural Coreano

Saludos Cordiales,

-- Dpto. de Prensa

Centro Cultural Coreano en América Latina
Coronel Diaz 2884 - (1425) - CABA -
Buenos Aires - Argentina
tel. 54.011)4803.1572/3167
fax. 54.011)4807.7880

Silk Road House

On July 14, Saturday, 5-7pm, Silk Road House presents:

The Color of Pomegranates

"The Color of Pomegranates" (original title "Sayat Nova") -- a 1969 film by Sergei Paradjanov about the celebrated Armenian poet, musician, troubadour, folk philosopher, and archbishop Sayat Nova (1712/1722-1795). So far about 230 songs have been attributed to Sayat-Nova ("Master of Songs"), although he may have written thousands more. He wrote equally well in Armenian, Georgian, Turkic, and Persian.

One of the greatest masterpieces of the 20th century, Parajanov's film is not so much a biography, but a series of tableaux vivants of Armenian costume, embroidery and rituals interspersed with scenes and verses from the poet's life: there is no plot and no narrative. Paradjanov is often using a motion picture camera to recreate icon paintings or Byzantine mosaics. The score, consisting of horn blasts, lutes, lyres, and gorgeous choral pieces has an ancient quality that lends a somber or sacred tone to almost every moment. Combined with excerpts from Sayat Nova's poems, many scenes recall the sensual, ecstatic, and transcendental works of the Sufi mystic poet Rumi.

Sergei Paradjanov (1924-1990) writes, directs, edits, choreographs, works on costumes, design and decor and virtually every aspect of this revolutionary (some say, surrealist) movie void of any dialog or camera movement, and Sofiko Tchiaureli (1937-2008) plays six roles, both male and female. Photography A. Samvelian. Shot in Yerevan, the film benefited from local museums and the Armenian Church. There has never been a film like this magical work - esthetically the most extreme film ever made in the USSR.
Running time: 88 minutes. In Russian with English subtitles.

The screening will be introduced and commented on by Alma Kunanbaeva.

By this film, Silk Road House continues its mini festival of four masterpieces by the outstanding director Sergei Paradjanov, screening them in a chronological order.

Silk Road House, 1944 University Ave., Berkeley, CA 94705 (between Milvia and Martin Luther King; enter by side door in passageway under black Zabu Zabu awning). Tel.: 510-981-0700. E-mail:
Silk Road House events are sponsored by the Silkroad Foundation.




Leadership and Uncertainty:
New Approaches to International Economic Cooperation


Sybil Rhodes
(Universidad del CEMA)

Eric Arias
(New York University)

Injoo Sohn
(University of Hong Kong)

11:00-11:30 h: Contending Visions of the Americas: Regional Public Policies of Brazil, the United States, and Venezuela.

There are three contending models of capitalism in the Americas today: the (neo)liberal market capitalism of the United States, Canada, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, and Chile; the radical populism of Venezuela, Cuba, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Nicaragua; and the capitalist developmentalism of Brazil, Costa Rica, Jamaica, Uruguay, and Argentina. Among each of the groups of states representing each of the three varieties of capitalism is at least one would-be-leader state that is attempting to export its understanding of social and economic relations to its regional neighbors.

Sybil Rhodes. Profesora y Secretaria Académica, Departamento de Ciencias Políticas y Relaciones Internacionales, UCEMA.

11:30-12:00 h: The Dynamics of International Trade: Binding Overhang, Uncertainty, and Leader Change.

An important theme in the analysis of interstate relations is uncertainty. The dynamics of cooperation change if players are uncertain about the costs and benefits of cooperation. This issue has been addressed as the analysis of flexibility in international agreements. While there is a general agreement on the fact that flexibility enhances the stability of cooperative regimes, the overall effect of flexibility on average levels of cooperation is ambiguous.

Eric Arias. Estudiante de doctorado, Department of Politics, New York University.

12:00-12:30 h: Between Confrontation and Assimilation: China and the Fragmentation of Global Financial Governance.

This article explains China’s multilateral approach towards regional and global financial institutions in the early twenty-first century. Challenging the dichotomous views of ‘eventual assimilation’ and ‘systemic conflict’, the article argues that China’s strategic behavior suggests neither one-way assimilation into an American-centered liberal order nor a collision course with the United States and its Group of Seven (G-7) allies.
Injoo Sohn. Assistant Professor, Politics and Public Administration Department, University of Hong Kong.

Duración aproximada: 2 horas.
Las presentaciones serán dictadas en inglés.

Auditorio UCEMA
Reconquista 775 - CABA

(011) 6314-3000

Auditorio UCEMA
Reconquista 775 - CABA (SIN COSTO)
(011) 6314-3000
Funciones semanales gratuitas de cine y música en el microcentro.
Seguí las actividades de la UCEMA en
música en el microcentro.

 Fuente: UCEMA

jueves, 5 de julio de 2012

Fundación Japón - Brasil

Estudos Japoneses e Intercâmbio Intelectual日本研究・知的交

O objetivo do departamento é colaborar para um melhor entendimento do Japão no exterior e fomentar as relações entre o Japão e outros países, principalmente no âmbito acadêmico.

A Fundação Japão concede bolsas fellowship para os estudiosos desenvolverem a sua pesquisa no Japão e promove diversos programas de auxílio destinados às instituições e organizações referentes aos estudos japoneses, como também programas de intercâmbio intelectual tais como projetos de pesquisa colaborativa e diálogos que proporcionem o entendimento regional de questões globais.

Nanzenji/Cineclub Satori: film "Final de Partida (okuribito)"

Nanzenji/Cineclub Satori compartirán con vds. la proyección del film "Final de Partida

(okuribito)". Ganadora del Oscar a la Mejor Pelicula Extranjera en 2009 y otros 35 premios internacionales.


Daigo Kobayashi (Masahiro Motoki) es un dedicado violonchelista. Sin trabajo decide regresar a
su ciudad natal con su esposa para recomenzar sus vidas. Responde un particular anuncio de
empleo, que cambiara de forma inesperada su vida y los corazones de todos al final de la
Presentado por el Ven. Senpo Oshiro, monje budista representante de la Escuela de Budismo Soto
Zen de Japón.

Al finalizar, compartiremos un te y dialogaremos con el público presente, comentando la particular vision en
oriente sobre la vida y su final.

Sabado 14 de Julio de 2012, 18:00 hs
Auditorio OSDE, Leandro Alem 1050 ( y M.T. de Alvear), C.A.B.A.
Bono contribucion $20



Ficha técnica:

TITULO ORIGINAL: Okuribito/Departures
ORIGEN: Japón.
ACTORES: Masahiro Motoki, Ryoko Hirosue, Tsutomu Yamazaki.
DIRECTOR: Yôjirô Takita.
FOTOGRAFIA: Takeshi Hamada.
MúSICA: Joe Hisashi.
GENERO: Drama.
DURACION: 130 Minutos
CALIFICACION: Apta mayores de 13 años
IDIOMA: Japones (subtitulos castellano)