About JETAANYThe Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program Alumni Association of New York (JETAANY) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving over 2,000 members in the tri-state area. JET Alumni have all lived and worked in Japan as English teachers in the Japanese Public School System. JETAANY’s mission is to assist returning JETs with acclimating to life and work in New York, foster education and understanding of Japanese culture and strengthen the ties between JET alumni and the Japanese community. We do this through a wide variety of social, cultural, professional and athletic events throughout the year.
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- JQ Magazine: Film Review — ‘Kusama: Infinity’
- JQ Magazine: Nippon in New York — ‘Akira’ @ 30, SCANDAL from Japan, ‘Dragon Ball Z’
- JQ Magazine: Nippon in New York — Sailor Moon, Liberty City Anime, Meg Okura
- JQ Magazine: Book Review — ‘Amy’s Guide to Best Behavior in Japan: Do It Right and Be Polite!’
- JQ Magazine: Book Review — New from Tuttle (Summer 2018)
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Archive for April, 2007
Posted on April 30, 2007 | No CommentsFriday, April 27th, 2007. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s first official visit to the U.S. As part of his visit, that afternoon at the Japanese Ambassador’s residence in DC he met with JETAA representatives from DC and around the country, including JETAA New York President Rob Tuck and Secretary Carol Elk. Also present was JETAANY member Linda Kim, invited because of her stay in Yamaguchi, Abe’s home prefecture. Abe gave a short speech highlighting the importance of 20 years of the JET Program in US-Japan relations, then, accompanied by his wife and Deputy Cabinet Secretary Shimomura Hakubun, met and spoke briefly with each of the assembled JETs and posed for individual photos afterwards. More pictures in the Gallery.