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The Global Salon: Cities in Japan


            <p><strong style=””>When:</strong>&nbsp;Thursday, January 19, 2012<br />
            <strong style=””>Where:</strong>&nbsp; The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, 44 Charlton St (at Varick), New York City&nbsp;<br style=”” />
            <strong style=””>What time:</strong>&nbsp;7 p.m.<br />
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            With&nbsp;Keiko Matsui,&nbsp;Akiko Yano,&nbsp;Ian Buruma, and&nbsp;Roland Kelts<br />
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            <strong style=””>Tickets:</strong>&nbsp;$25 at&nbsp;thegreenespace.org, includes a complimentary glass of wine or beer and snacks that honor the country of exploration</p>
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Japanese authors, academics, and musicians take to the stage with host Eddie Robinson for performances and discussion about the courage and resiliency from a country that continues to face the unprecedented hardships of increased suicidal rates and unemployment, before and after the Tsunami of 2011. Listen to&nbsp;captivating dialogue, enchanting music, and discussion of the Japan’s&nbsp;economic future, advances in technology, and the preservation of its remarkable culture.</p>

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