NHK World TV Highlights Challenges for Mongolian Nomads and Examines Global Perceptions of ‘Made in Japan’ Brand

This week, NHK WORLD-JAPAN highlights several current issues and events. The program ‘Asia Insight’ delves into the challenges Mongolian nomads face when moving to the outskirts of Ulan Bator, where children are often tasked with providing for their families. ‘Global Debate Wisdom’ discusses the decline of ‘Made in Japan’ products compared to the rising popularity of Korean and German industrial goods, with insights from international management experts. Additionally, a touching performance by the New Japan Philharmonic, conducted by Daniel Harding, took place in Tokyo just hours after the March 11th earthquake, showcasing resilience and the power of music during times of crisis.

  • ‘Asia Insight’ explores the hardships of Mongolian nomads in Ulan Bator.
  • Nomadic children often need to provide for their families while parents seek employment.
  • ‘Global Debate Wisdom’ features a discussion on the decline of ‘Made in Japan’ products.
  • Experts from Japan, Korea, Germany, and the US contribute to the ‘Global Debate Wisdom’ discussion.
  • The New Japan Philharmonic performed Mahler’s Fifth Symphony in Tokyo following the March 11th earthquake.
  • The concert was conducted by British conductor Daniel Harding and went ahead despite aftershocks.

NHK WORLD-JAPAN is “the international service of Japan’s public media organization NHK.” NHK World-Japan is operated by Nippon Hoso Kyokai (NHK). The goal of NHK World-Japan is stated as “to promote a deeper international understanding of Japan, introducing the latest events in Japan through news and other programs.”

“Overall, we rate NHK World-Japan Left-Center biased based on story selection that slightly favors the left. We also rate them High for factual reporting due to a clean fact check record.”

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