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Kando Kiyo

Kando Kiyo

Researcher at Hiroshima, Public office of Jinseki district

Born out in Japan,1995.

Now, working for public office in Hiroshima (Jinseki-kogen city) as a fixed-term researcher.

Co-founding humanitarian drone tech company with NGOs and applying for a master degree in Media and Governance (Keio University SFC)

Seeking for any probable career overseas, and I’d be happy if I could have your advices.

Thanks!

Kiyo Kando

kando@sfc.keio.ac.jp

  • Hannah Allent said it is one one most things make her awkward is

    humans are started to think going outer space is showing human limitlessness

    in her Human Condition, post war era.

    Bezos, such high achiever eager to be outside of our planet, it is make-me-think things about, are we building the brighter future in the earth?

  • I was born out as a Christian in Japan, but I practice the Zazen (Buddhism mindfulness), too.

    Recently, I think the core idea of these two cultures are not so completely different.

    I think I can conclude those common idea by saying,

    “To have super-subjective view that enable us to reflect our behavior.

    I was born out as a Christian in Japan, but I practice the Zazen (Buddhism mindfulness), too.

    Recently, I think the core idea of these two cultures are not so completely different.

    I think I can conclude those common idea by saying,

    “To have super-subjective view that enable us to reflect our behavior.”

    But, the approaches are very opposite.

    In my opinion, Christians tend to accomplish it by paying attentions for external feedbacks,

    on the other hand Buddhists tend to accomplish it by paying attentions for inner feedbacks.

    I think those approaches are able to be combined, you can see 360’ feedback and mindfulness programs are co-existing in Google culture.

    We can find clues to combine our cultures by learning from ancient people.

    Confusius said, “it is wrong, if you noticed something is wrong in you, nevertheless you didn’t change it.”

  • I think it’s very important to discuss on his policies separately from his behaviors.

    Alfred Adler said that children’s bedwetting never stops unless you stop to make communication with through their any act of bedwetting. I thinks Trump’s misbehaving is very likely to this example. It is his way to

    I think it’s very important to discuss on his policies separately from his behaviors.

    Alfred Adler said that children’s bedwetting never stops unless you stop to make communication with through their any act of bedwetting. I thinks Trump’s misbehaving is very likely to this example. It is his way to satisfy his approval desire from us.

    My suggestion for US media is to try not focusing on his misbehavior, and try to discuss on his policy.

    I know it’s difficult because people want it, but I think his misbehavior could happen world crisis unless those medias stop to focus on his behavior.

  • Now, are all government offices serving voluntary in US? As a part-time public officer in Japan, this system fragility is not worst thing, I think.

    Because, if their incomes were guaranteed first, they may work for aiming stable income, not social interests. (In Japan, some public officers are not always

    Now, are all government offices serving voluntary in US? As a part-time public officer in Japan, this system fragility is not worst thing, I think.

    Because, if their incomes were guaranteed first, they may work for aiming stable income, not social interests. (In Japan, some public officers are not always serving for that)

    But, please, not now. We really need your helps on East Asia crisises.

  • It is very important to exchange the moments of care each other, not approval desires on SNS, I think. Because they are endless of reply, reply, reply and reply. It eats our time invalid way if misused.

    Switching over the income model to combine off/online experience consuming is needed, I think.

    Because

    It is very important to exchange the moments of care each other, not approval desires on SNS, I think. Because they are endless of reply, reply, reply and reply. It eats our time invalid way if misused.

    Switching over the income model to combine off/online experience consuming is needed, I think.

    Because, pursuit of online ad revenues lead users to addict, business use and real community use is more capable for social good.

    How about to seek the way to combine online and offline experience by making real communities collaborating shared office or places?

    Markets too small? How about to ask an opinion for Dr.Christensen on this?

  • It is a cultural difference!

    Personally, as an Asian, it is a very difficult to answer which to choose, because we (mis)regard colleagues as if they were family members, so that we hesitate which families are more important, it’s very odd...

    Way it should be for freshmen fathers is to make time for

    It is a cultural difference!

    Personally, as an Asian, it is a very difficult to answer which to choose, because we (mis)regard colleagues as if they were family members, so that we hesitate which families are more important, it’s very odd...

    Way it should be for freshmen fathers is to make time for their families, I think. But, I can embrace both opinion (might be because of my father did work overtime when I was an infant, until he got disease...)

    Therefore, I think what he is comparing is not work style nor enthusiasm nor expectations for profitability.

    Again, our cultures are different.