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「私たちは、マジで__が大好きなんだぜ! 」Panel Discussion Part1

10/10 (SAT) Part I - Hong Kong Protest and Us

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This panel discussion part I of II is under Hong Kong x Protest Exhibition and event series, which aims at letting Japanese audiences understand the political movement through art Hong Kongers’ creation, and part I “Hong Kong Protest and Us” will be Hong Kong protest oriented, whereas part II will be focusing on creation.

Sat, October 10, 2020  UTC+09:00

14:00 – 19:00

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15 people

Free of Charge *It is encouraged to grab a drink at FabCafe. There will also be a donation box available for supporting future events and development of Japan-based teams of Hong Kongers.

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“私たちは、マジで__が大好きなんだぜ!” Panel Discussion
Part I – Hong Kong Protest and Us

This panel discussion part I of II is under Hong Kong x Protest Exhibition and event series, which aims at letting Japanese audiences understand the political movement through art Hong Kongers’ creation, and part I “Hong Kong Protest and Us” will be Hong Kong protest oriented, whereas part II will be focusing on creation.

Language:
Japanese/Cantonese

Details:
LIVE streaming will be available and please kindly refer to our Facebook page for the latest information.
( https://www.facebook.com/HongKongArtExhibitionTYO )

Hong Kong LIFE and ____ (14:00 – 15:30)

Starting from last year, Hong Kong has become a place of protest, but Hong Kong is not just about protests. To Japanese who have ever lived in Hong Kong, what does the word “Hong Kong” mean to them? Hongkongers’ daily has a rudimentary change after the start of Anti-Extradition Bill Movement, whilst protest activity and mindset are deeply blended to their blood. Hongkongers adapt, and change the form of protest from time to time. On the other hand, Hongkongers are also getting pessimistic towards the future of their hometown . For Japanese who lived in Hong Kong during the chaotic time, what is their observation and does it affect their view on Japanese society?

  • Ken HO
    Japan Front Hong Kong activist 

  • Erika IMAI
    Former Exchange Student at the Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • Koh MATSUKI
    Journalist


Hong Kong LIVE and ____ (15:45 – 17:15)

What’s the current situation in Hong Kong? Is the movement facing a bottleneck? What Hong Kong has shown to the world? How can we help away from Hong Kong? This session will give you the updates and thoughts.

  • Tomoko AKO
    Professor Specialist in China Studies 

  • William LEE
    Japan Front Hong Kong activist

  • Jun HORI
    Journalist


Japan and ____ (17:30 – 19:00)

With several phenomenal political movements in recent years, Hong Kongers have gone through a process of political awakening. Today, our determination to democracy is rock hard. On the other hand, Japanese are still regarded as not sensitive towards social and political issues.  After going through the uneasy year of 2020, we can see the urgency to motivate our younger generation. Are there any insights we can take from Hong Kongers’ experience?

  • Mameta ENDO
    Campaigns Support Specialist of Petition Platform Change.org

  • Takatsugu NIKI
    Chairperson of Youth Democracy Promotion Agency

  • Rintaro KURAMOCHI
    Lawyer


 

Thank you for your interest in this panel discussion. You may also be interested in part II, “Hong Kong Protest and Art” to be held on 10.17.2020. Please stay tuned for further information.

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Date & Time

Sat, October 10, 2020 14:00 – 19:00 UTC+09:00

Venue

FabCafe Tokyo
150-0043 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 1-22-7 Dogenzaka Pier 1F
tel. 03-6416-9190
https://fabcafe.com/jp/tokyo/
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Fee

Free of Charge *It is encouraged to grab a drink at FabCafe. There will also be a donation box available for supporting future events and development of Japan-based teams of Hong Kongers.

Capacity

15 people

Organizers & Sponsors

Organizer: ActwithHK

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