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Beijing bioethics conference

The 8th World Congress of Bioethics is over. I am still in Beijing, but will soon go back to Japan. Since the Internet access is not so convenient here, I couldn’t upload a live report from Beijing. The most interesting and moving presentation I have heard in the conference was that of Professor Takashi Tsuchiya about Unit 731 and its legacy in the post-war Japan. I am going to write about his presentation after I come back home. Beijing is a beautiful city. I have experienced some interesting happenings here. I will talk about them, too, in the next post.

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Hy Masahiro, it´s hard stuff you are dealing with. Don´t let you get down or so through it.
Glad to hear your visit was good. Anxious for more... arash

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