On election night, Democratic candidates running for local city councils and school boards to those running for state Assembly and Senate, could hardly focus on their own races. Their eyes were on the presidential election.
Margaret Abe-Koga told an audience at the U.S.-Japan Council conference’s panel for women in politics this week that her re-election to a third term on the Mountain View City Council was bittersweet...
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Takeharu Nakashima came to America this week hoping to do business. He brought a team of people to a Santa Clara hotel Monday to show off a medical device that tracks blood flow. It’s already sold in Japan; soon, too, he hopes, it will be offered in the U.S.
Japanese-American women workers in Silicon Valley will discuss innovative strategies to improve the inclusion and advancement of women in technology companies at a conference next week hosted by the U.S.-Japan Council.
The Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit educational group, which works to strengthen relations between the two countries, will have its annual conference in Santa Clara on Monday and Tuesday.
Among the various panels on collaboration and investments between Japan and the United States are panels about improving opportunities for women in the workplace and politics. Former Palo Alto Mayor Yoriko Kishimoto, the city’s first Asian mayor, will be part of the...