Lecture by the British Ambassador in Tokyo, Mr David Warren
25 January 2011, London
Members will be extremely pleased to know that The British Ambassador in Tokyo, Mr David Warren has kindly agreed to give the Ambassador’s annual briefing to the Society during his forthcoming visit to London.
Mr Warren, who has been in post since the summer of 2008, has been asked to give his perceptions of the political, diplomatic and commercial situation in Japan. He has served twice before in the Tokyo Embassy and many of his other appointments have closely involved him in Japan – UK relations.
The annual talks by current British Ambassadors have provided very useful backdrops to the years ahead; they have been both relevant and useful and have always been extremely popular. The Ambassador will speak for about 30-40 minutes, after which there will be time for discussion and questions.
A pay bar will be available from 6.00 p.m. and also for a short time after the lecture. To enable a prompt start, you are asked to arrive at the Club by 6.20 pm. Club rules require gentlemen to wear jackets and ties and for telephones to be switched off.
To book your place please contact the Japan Society office on tel: 020 7828 6330 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Free – booking recommended
(Please note that Club rules require gentlemen to wear a jacket and tie)
Deadline for Booking: Friday, 21st January 2011
25 January 2011, 18:30pm
Cavalry and Guards Club, 127 Piccadilly, London, W1J 7PX
The event is free but booking is essential. To reserve a seat, please contact
email@example.com giving your name and those of any guests.
Tel: 020 7828 6330.
The Japan Society