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TUFSTokyo University of Foreign Studies (Japan)
TUFSTechnology Upgradation Fund Scheme
TUFSTextile Upgradation Fund Scheme (Ministry of Textiles; India)
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The book was first published in Japanese in 2013 and is a product of a joint research project at the Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
In 2015, in the library of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Hatano found Choonwon's handwritten unpublished poems in a couple of monographs.
Tokyo: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2015, xxxvi + 656 pp.
TOKYO, Nov 19 (KUNA) -- Kuwait's Ambassador to Japan Abdulrahman Humoud Al-Otaibi gave a lecture here on Thursday at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS) under the title of "the democratic and constitutional process in Kuwait".
Last year, in February, she was invited to deliver a paper about ambahan at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies in Japan.
Previously I have worked as Rector Newports Institute of Communication and Economics Vice Chancellor of Qalandar Shahbaz University Registrar University of Karachi Executive District Officer Education CDGK Additional Secretary Government of Sindh Director Education Karachi and Professor at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
In particular the Centre for East Asian Cultural Studies, Tokyo, at Tokyo University; Toyo Bunko, the Oriental library, in Tokyo; the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies and Japan-Pakistan Association, Tokyo, have been prominent in keeping in touch with the aims of Pakistan Studies.
You have to have a clear goal of why you need to speak English" said Chikako Tsuruta, professor of interpretation studies at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
That is a field Japan can show its power'' as the country already succeeded in a project to help disarm former Afghan soldiers and help them adapt to civilian life, said Isezaki, a professor at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
I am worried that the agenda on Africa may get shoved to the back burner because Japan may be satisfied with what was achieved at Ticad IV," said Sayaka Funada- Classen, an associate professor at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, referring to the Fourth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (Ticad) in Yokohoma last May.
Isezaki, a professor at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, served as a special Japanese government representative for disarmament, demobilization and reintegration in Afghanistan from February 2003 to April 2004.
After managing companies such as an advertising firm, he went to Japan in 1973 to study at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies at his own expense.
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