• Kyodo


Representatives of seven Japanese-language newspaper and broadcasting companies operating in the United States, Paraguay and Brazil held their 27th annual meeting in Kobe on Tuesday to promote friendship and exchanges between member companies.

The Overseas Japanese Press Association, based in Tokyo, held the meeting in Kobe for the first time, to cover the city’s plan to establish a monument next spring to Japanese from Kobe who emigrated to Brazil and other countries.

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