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21 September 2016
We will have an Asia-Pacific Studies Seminar at Osaka University on 23 September (Friday).
Here is our seminar format.
１．Presenters submit their seminar papers prior to the seminar.
２．All the participants are requested to read all the seminar papers.
３．Presentation: about 15 minutes
４．All the participants are expected to be commentators.
５．Discussion: 40-45 minutes.