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The introduction of Japanese Studies at the National University of Singapore (NUS) was first considered by the then Singapore Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew in 1979 during a meeting with his Japanese counterpart, Prime Minister Ohira Masayoshi. The proposal grew out of a wider initiative among Singapore's leadership at the time to "Learn from Japan'' in recognition of Japan's status as Asia's first "economic superpower."
Since then, the Department continues to stand firm in its belief since 1981 that the study of Japan will continue to stay relevant. From language and tradition, to politics and economics, we continue to nurture young and promising Japan specialists who contribute domestically and globally.
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