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YOKOHAMA, Japan, February 07, 2018
Representatives from the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (iThra) and Aramco Asia Japan were invited to take part in an international symposium of “Preservation of Cultural Heritage in the Arabian Peninsula” held recently by the Motoko Katakura Foundation for Desert Culture (MOKO-FDC) in the city of Yokohama, Japan.
DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia, June 29, 2017
Within the framework of Saudi Aramco’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Aramco Asia-Japan (AAJ) has partnered with Japan’s Arid Land Research Center (ALRC), Tottori University in supporting their dryland research efforts in 2016.
TOKYO, Japan, May 17, 2017
More than 2,000 children and their parents recently participated in the “Manabi no Fes” (Festival for Learning) held at the Science Museum in the heart of Tokyo over spring break.
MIYAGI, Japan, January 26, 2017
Japan’s Miyagi Prefecture LP Gas Association recently held an appreciation ceremony in Sendai to express gratitude to those who provided disaster relief support after the Great East Japan earthquake in 2011.
TOKYO, Japan, January 04, 2017
Nearly 200 attendees from Japan’s oil industry and the GCC countries, with about 70% being female, recently gathered in Tokyo for the Friendship Committee for the Women Career Development Open Forum that was hosted by the Japan Cooperation Center, Petroleum (JCCP).
TOKYO, Japan, September 26, 2016
Aramco Asia Japan, with an eye to enhancing its corporate social responsibility activities by bridging Arabic and Japanese cultures, recently brought Arabic calligraphy to the attention of the general public via a venue run by Japan’s third largest newspaper medium Mainichi Daily.
AKITA, Japan, July 28, 2016
Ahmed Alkhunaini, Representative Director of Aramco Asia Japan was invited to Akita University to participate in a symposium titled “Saudi Arabia: Energy, Culture, Environment and more.”
TOTTORI, Japan, July 22, 2016
Ryota Teshima, president of Tottori University, and Ahmed Alkhunaini, representative director of Aramco Asia Japan, signed an agreement on dryland research collaboration in Tottori recently, in recognition of the achievements of Tottori University’s Arid Land Research Center (ALRC) in the field of dryland studies and scientific development covering different regions around the world.
TOKYO, Japan, July 19, 2016
Ahmed Alkhunaini, representative director of Aramco Asia Japan, and Kazuo Hotate, executive vice president of the University of Tokyo (UTokyo), signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) on Global Solar Plus Initiative (GS+I) in Tokyo.