Marie Masutani introduces some of the unique projects underway on the island of Shikoku. Her trip to Kamikatsu was inspired by another PKN presentation at Nishinomiya.
Richard Miller introduces some of the recent projects he is involved with in Kenya and at the Management University of Africa.
Kyna Reisdorf talks about her life experiences and the intimate relationship she has developed with her art. She also shares some of the creativity she is sparking in her students.
John Szostak blows our minds with his insights into the work of Japanese artist Kobayashi Kiyochika. Be ready to be amazed.
Warren Decker tells about a small piece of land that he adopted in his neighborhood for gardening and how the plants in his life offer both piece of mind and connections to the earth.
Akira Sakano introduces various projects in Kamikatsu, including their Zero Waste declaration. These projects help spread awareness to Japanese rural villages and help reduce waste.
Hironori Okada talks about a project where people volunteer time to listen to frustrations or stresses of other people.
Kyosuke Matsumoto shares his experiences with a new style of social business aimed at community building.
Masaki Goto talks about his interest in camping and how to escape the stresses of modern society. Camping allows us to get a better understand of ourself and other through the silent and isolation of nature.
Paul Freeborn shares a set of photos from two separate trips to Nagasaki. He shares his experience in the new and old site of Nagasaki through his captued photos.
John Rucynski explains his book project for English language learners in Japan. In this book, he talks about the many options for foreigners in Japan and how they can begin their careers in Japan.
Yuichiro Shimizu shares his work in producing cans and containers for cookies and other sweets, and also introduces a community-based project.