Junior Business Course (Asian Studies) lecture is one that is combined with Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific (APU) and Large Scale Cooperation Lecture.
The 2 hour course was taught by one of the professors from APU. After the first and second week, a 2 hour follow up lesson was taught via satellite TV at our school with APU.
The first portion of this year cooperation lecture was given by APU’s Professor Fuchinoue of the APS Department.
Professor Fuchinoue, who teaches Introductory Economics, Peace Studies, as well as Research and Study Methods (International Relations) says that APU teaches about the resilience and facilitation of reconstruction of disputing or disaster struck territories.
The Large Scale Cooperation lecture was incorporated economic points of view.
Classes taught at Keisho: September 1, 2017 (Friday) 5th and 6th Periods
Satellite Classes: September 15, 2017 (Friday) 5th and 6th Periods
Listening to the lecture my own economic way of looking at the problem changed because serious image of the economic theory that I heard about during the lecture.
The way of explaining supply and demand was easy to understand. The way in which the PowerPoint presentation was made was quite understandable and I would even like to use the things I saw and learned sometime.
I learned the word “when” is not only a matter of the present but also a matter of the past.
The Afghanistan drug problem being so serious, it is hard to find a solution however with our own solid ideas I want to find a way.