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English version of the gArticle 9 Associationh bulletin and news.
The English version of the gArticle 9 Associationh bulletin and news (No.78, dated November 1st, 2006) is published by Katsuyuki NARA and Sarah BROCK of the New English Teachers Association (http://www.shin-eiken.com/). The translations are all on our ownD
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[Updated November 10th]

1st Constitution Seminar set for late November

@ Date : November 25th (Sat.)@ 1:30 p.m.

@Venue: Academy Hall at Meiji University

@ Lecturer : SAWACHI Fusae (writer) & TSUJII Takashi (writer)

@@@@@@ (Facilitator : KATO Shuichi (critic))

@ Sponsor: A9A secretariat

Admission: 1,000 yen

@@@@@ Note: Those wishing to participate are requested to send beforehand the fee by postal transfer (account number 00190-1-612500).@ Tickets will be handed to you at the entrance to the seminar upon inspection of the receipt.


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@4th occupational A9A group caucus holds exchange meeting

@@ The A9A occupational group caucus held its fourth exchange meeting in Tokyo on October 30th.@ @It was attended by about 20 people from each occupational group. They exchanged news about their activities, some of them very creative, and had lively discussions. The following groups sent representatives:

@ 1. Poets@@ 2. Haiku writers@@ 3. Movie makers@@ 4. Mass media professionals

@ 5. Musicians@ 6. Artists (painters)@ 7. Medical scientists@ 8. Scientists

@ 9. Agricultural and fishery professionals

 

@@@@ Letfs spread A9A network through grassroots activities@

@@@ More and more grassroots A9A activities have been carried out in local areas in prefectures and cities all around Japan, such as Aichi Prefecture, and Tamba, Omuta, and Morioka cities. These local and municipal A9A groups sponsored inaugural meetings, lectures, musical events and more. These activities let us all know how important it is for all of us to expand our network more through similar vigorous actions; they are an inspiration to us all.

 

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