Akira Oguma Associate Professor of J. F. Oberlin University in Japan.

Akira Oguma is currently Associate Professor at the J. F. Oberlin University in Japan, where he teaches International Cooperation and Cultural Studies. Oguma’s research investigates the construction of social harmony via culture. He has worked at The Japan Foundation where he managed cross-cultural exchange programs between Japan and other countries for the past 30 years. During which, he also worked as First-Secretary in charge of cultural relations at Embassy of Japan in China, the first Director of The Japan Foundation, Beijing, and Visiting Professor at Zhejiang Gongshang University in China. He is the author and editor of The History of Cultural Exchange Between Japan and China 1972-2012, Educational Collaboration Between Japan and China in Practice and its Effectual Analysis: A Study on Ohira Language School and Beijing Center for Japanese Studies, Contemporary Chinese Culture Studies: From Jiang Zemin to Hu Jintao, The Day of New China – a nonfiction literary collection in memory of a 20th century Chinese novelist, cultural critic, and journalist, Mao Dun.

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