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Harvard Business School Professor and the author of "The Art of Negotiation". In his book, "The Art of Negotiation," he shows how master negotiators thrive in the face of chaos and uncertainty, understanding negotiation as a process of exploration that demands on-going learning, adapting, and influencing. His unique approach is explained in nine principles for crafting a resilient strategy, and techniques for maintaining emotional poise in tense situations.
Harvard Graduate School of Education Professor and the author of "Immunity to Change" discusses how to facilitate transformative change by overcoming fear and anxiety.
Atoms for Peace
Prayers from Nagasaki - It was been 70 years since the atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Immediately following the end of the war, nuclear power was promoted as the peaceful use of atomic technology - which many Japanese communities accepted into their hometowns. After the Fukushima disaster, a third-generation survivor from Nagasaki questions the future of nuclear power. Interviews included Professor Peter Kuznich of American University and Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, Richard Armitage.
Dining with the Chef
Dinning with the Chef - Chef Saito and the host, Yu Hayami, held cooking demonstrations at the WakuWaku +NYC event. Chef Saito discussed the importance of Dashi, the Japanese mother stock using kelp and bonito, in all Japanese cooking. Bento - lunch box - was prepared with traditional principles of 5 colors and flavors.
Sabastian Masuda, a world reknown Japanese pop-culture artist visited a group of six graders in Brooklyn, NY as part of his latest art project. This project will be displayed at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.
Erena Terakubo, a young Jazz saxophone player seeks advise from her mentor and the legendary bassist, Ron Carter, as she prepares for her next performance in NYC. Jimmy Cobb joins her on stage to show his support for her promising future.
Freedom From Trauma
NHK Television Special - "Freedom From Trauma" - Featuring Professor Bessel van der Kolk, M.D. , leading researcher of PTSD and Trauma - Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University Medical School. - and Medical Director of the Trauma Center at JRI in Brookline, MA.
The Human Genome Project has brought us a much clearer understanding of the "tree of life". A fascinating look at Evolutionary Biology with Professor Walter Gehring - who, along with his collaborators, discovered the homeobox - a DNA segment characteristic for homeotic genes.
Harvard Grant Study
Interview with Dr. George Vaillant - Director of the Grant Study. The Grant Study is a fascinating 75-year longitudinal study of two socially different cohorts - 237 Harvard College sophomores from the classes of 1939-1944 - and 332 inner-city youths who grew up in Boston neighborhoods between 1940 and 1945.
Raising Gifted Children
Interview with Dr. Barbara Klein, Ph.D. - renowned psychologist and of child development expert - recognized as a national authority on the development of twins. Author of eight books in the field of developmental psychology and education, including "Alone in the Mirror: Twins in Therapy" and "Raising Gifted Kids".
Future of Working Women in Japan
In Japan, women still find limited opportunity in their careers. Agnes Chan, a popular musician, a professor and a women's rights advocate is trying to change such cultural barriers. The future of the Japanese economy, she says, depends on the contribution of a valuable work force.
Hira Family History
Program tracing the genealogy of the Hira family (actors, Mikijiro Hira, Ryoko Sakuma, and Takehiro Hira) from Japan, to Hawaii, to Vancouver, Canada - and the turmoil that ensued prior to the start of the Second World War.
Michael Sandel Ultimate Choice 1
"Aftermath of the Japanese Tsunami Disaster" Harvard professor, Michael Sandel leads discussions with students from China, Japan and Boston.
Michael Sandel Ultimate Choice 2
"Who Pays for the Cost of Disaster Recovery" Connecting China, Japan, and Boston using HD over IP technology, a live to tape event.
Michael Sandel Ultimate Choice 3
"Justice Served? The Bin Laden Case - In NYC" Guests and Sandel in a NYC studio discussed terrorism and justice with students in 3 countries.
Michael Sandel Ultimate Choice 4
"What Money Can and Cannot Buy" Professor Sandel joined guests in Tokyo to discuss fundamental value issues with students in China, Japan, and Boston.
Michael Sandel Ultimate Choice 5
"Socio Economic Status, Fairness and Inequality" Debate among students and guests from different backgrounds and cultures led by Professor Sandel.
Michael Sandel Ultimate Choice 6
"London Olympics Special - Fair Competition?" Olympians and competitive athletes joined the discussions about technology and money in sports.
Nobuyuki Tsujii at Carnegie Hall
Winner of 2009 Van Cliburn Piano Competition, Tusjii's journey to play where he always dreamed of, overcoming his disability.
Ultimate Classroom at MIT 1
World-renown physicist and MIT professor, Walter Lewin held a lecture filled with thrilling demonstrations at MIT campus for a general audience.
Ultimate Classroom at MIT Series
MIT Professor Walter Lewin held eight lectures at MIT, demonstrated how Physics is beautiful and everywhere, to over 2,000 audience members.
NHK Forum with Joseph Nye
Distinguished Service Professor and former Dean of the Harvard Kennedy School discussed the role of "Soft Power" in leadership in his video-taped speech.
Clinton Global Initiative
"Education 2.0" The use of technology and future of education was one of the issues discussed during the Clinton Global Initiative in 2008.
Chikiu Agora - NHK BS-1
Chikiu Agora is a weekly news documentary forum with a global perspective on current topics. The live weekly broadcast reaches approximately 1 million households in Japan - with an additional estimated 50 - 100 million viewers / subscribers worldwide through the NHK World Premium service.
Ito, Japan - October / November, 2012 - Educational.
Study Abroad Show
MIT / Yale locations. Chikiu Agora.
Living with Nuclear Power
Chikiu Agora. Segment - Toronto, Canada
NHK / Japanese Public Television -How technology has changed today's education. Including President Clinton's speech from the 2008 Clinton Global Initiative.
Our Children's Future in Danger
Award-Winning Documentary on the current health crisis and lessons learned through the Framingham Heart Study.
NHK Sunday Sports
NHK / Japanese Public Television - NHK Sunday Sports / Close-Up Gendai / Special Olympics Feature - How disabled athletes like Oscar Pistorius and Natalie DuToit compete with able-bodied athletes at Olympic-level competition.
Vintage Baseball Show
Chikiu Agora. Program segment.
Ultra-Cosmic™ Meditation Series
Custom recorded collection of audio tracks for meditation.
Nouveau, Inc. / Kansai Television / Fuji Network Rainbow Jean - Boston Travel Segment - Travel segment of Boston and surrounding area. Hosted by Cat Oppenhimer.
Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony
Ig Nobel Prize / AIR - Annals of Improbable Research / Harvard University. 2002 Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony - Harvard Sanders Theater - Simultaneous Translation Segment - BBI Director, Stephen Rinaldi with "Baby-Talk" translator.
Museum of Fine Arts
Museum of Fine Arts - Boston / NHK Enterprises America / NHK Cosmo Media, Inc.
Classroom of the Future
"Classroom of the Future" with Nobel Prize Recipient, Dudley R. Herschbach, Harvard University.
MIT Robot Contest
MIT Robot Contest. NHK Enterprises 21, Inc.
Tokyo National Museum
Tokyo National Museum / NHK Promotions - Special prized collection of Japanese artwork planned for exhibition at various locations throughout Japan. NHK Enterprises America / NHK Cosmo Media, Inc.
Ningen Kouza - 12-week Educational Series for Japan's NHK Television - Professor Irie, Harvard University.
Traditional Japanese Boat Maker
Chikiu Agora. Segment - Vermont, USA
National Geographic: "Sea Stories"
Film / TV / Media Production
Creative Project Development
Specialized Audio Transcription
Web Business Consulting
Online Training Program Development