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June 4, 2019
News
On Thursday, May 2nd, MUSUBU held its one-year anniversary event open to the public, titled “Female Leadership and their messages to Men”.  Joining the event as panellists were highly successful females in their respective industries – Yuko Shimizu (Japan Foundation, President...
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May 29, 2019
Events
When: Sunday, June 23, 2019 from 2-4pmWhere: 21 Widmer St Toronto 6th floorAdmission fee: $20, $30 for parent and child (additional family members $10), free for MUSUBU members and MUSUBU support members A special panel discussion hosted by the MUSUBU team for the High school students and their pare...
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April 2, 2019
Events
Moderator: Momo Kano Podolsky (Sociologist) Panelist: Yuko Shimizu (Japan Foundation, President) Eriko Ezaki (JETRO Toronto, Deputy Executive Director) Akiko Masuda (Mystique Company, Director) Yukari Ikebata (Ikebata Nursery, President) Event will be held in Japanese. Snacks will be provided. Bever...
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March 18, 2019
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On Wednesday, November 14th, MUSUBU held an exclusive-to-member event at the residence of Consul General. As a speaker, Ms. Takako Ito of Consul General of Japan in Toronto, and Mr. Gary Kawaguchi, President of PRL Benefit & President of JCCC was invited, while Grace Greaves, President of MUSUBU...
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October 4, 2018
Events
– Speakers – Takako Ito Official Consul General of Japan in Toronto Gary Kawaguchi President of PRL Benefit & President of JCCC – Moderator – Grace Sachiko Greaves CA/CPA & President of MUSUBU Date & Time: 14th of November 2018, 7PM – 10PM Location: Residenc...
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