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Rediscover Japan: Internationalizing at Home The public is obsessed with it and politicians depend on it. attracts us very much. ("What an international person you are!"). The word "international"

Talk to foreign tourists in English, and you will be admired by your friends If you know about foreign countries more than others, Even the Ministry of Education, Most Japanese do not An

they will praise you on your good understanding of the world. promote "an international understanding".

Culture, Sports and Science recently introduced English teaching in elementary schools in order to There is a problem, however. think about the meaning of "international", but are taken by the apparently fashionable word. opinion poll conducted by the Cabinet Office in 2001 shows that 44.1% of Japanese believe university students, the nation's future leaders, should acquire "an international view" and 60.4% of people surveyed think that studying abroad is the best way for university students to foster this perspective. By just looking around the world, they think they can be an international person ­ a I wanted to become an "international" person, who had a It seemed utterly role model in this day and age. In fact, I was one of them. sophisticated. wide knowledge of foreign affairs, spoke fluent English and traveled the world. 2008, an international conference among young leaders in the G8 countries. understand the world and to speak English fluently.

Yet, everything changed during my participation in the Model G8 Youth Summit Taking part in such a

cross-cultural meeting for the first time in my life, I found that it was not enough merely to The challenge for me was figuring out what It did not matter how And my ideas to exchange, based on my social, cultural and historical background. knowledge of the world did not help me form my ideas. not resources you can use to shape your thoughts. about Japan and be more aware of myself. my thinking and clarified my own vision. Not until I encountered a real international situation did I realize that "international" did not mean only focusing on foreign affairs. need to shape your thoughts. particular conclusion? When exchanging ideas and understanding others, you Thus, the rediscovery of What do you think about a given issue? How have you reached a

well I spoke English; what I talked about was all that interested the other participants.

Foreign affairs are only facts; they are

What I should have done was to know more

A good understanding of my own country would have

provided me with a sense of national, regional and cultural identity, which would have informed

Knowledge of yourself tells you the answers.

Japan is vital for us to become internationalized people, and to survive and enjoy this age of globalization where people around the world are interconnected. Here I propose three ways to rediscover Japan. Above all, look back on Japanese history. nations are all related to historical background. You can see where contemporary Japanese Policies and relationships with other society stems from by understanding more about our history. So, what should you really do?

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information, but one should ponder some important historical events.

In order to utilize our Since what matters the They should

historical reserves, our education in Japanese history needs some changes. skip some parts and focus more on contemporary history.

most is modern Japanese history, the classes should not cover all the periods equally. After that comes a clearer observation of Japan through one's own eyes.

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you to explore Japan before going abroad, so that you will understand your own culture more and be able to distinguish truth from rumors, which will help you shape your own perspective. now planning to visit Hiroshima and Okinawa next summer. what happened there during the war.) You should also look at Asia if you want to know about Japan. avoid observing Asia if you want to be an international person. have the chance. In the youth summit, I You cannot strongly felt that I was Japanese but also Asian, I had multiple identities in my mind. I believe I have to know more about

Analyze what is going on in Asia;

consider our relationships with our neighbors; share your thoughts with your Asian friends if you I did in the summit and found out so many things about my Japanese identity. Never omit Ultimately, there are so many issues unfamiliar to us which concern Japan. Internationalization starts at home. becoming an international person.

thinking about your own country, no matter how much foreign affairs interest you. Understanding more about yourself is the major step toward

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