Japanese Architectural Exhibition “Struggling Cities: from Japanese Urban Projects in the 1960s”

[ Jan. 11-20, 9am—5pm, at Moratuwa University, open to public & free of charge ] This is a travelling exhibition, which showcases experimental ideas and proposals by Japanese architects that emerged and flourished in Japan in the 1960s. The Exhibition analyses how the designs, radical for their time, attempted to address the concerns of various countries facing over-population issues. It also features works by renowned architects with their distinctive urban plan designs in addressing the above issue
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“Awa-Odori” Dance Performance & Tokushima Promotion – January 09, 2018

[ Jan. 9, Tuesday, 6pm—9pm, at BMICH, open to public & free of charge ]  Awa-Odori, as one of the most popular and well-known festival dances in Japan, is a unique form of dance that originated from Tokushima Prefecture. As a part of the celebration of the 70th anniversary of Sri Lanka's independence, the event will enable participants to witness and experience the traditional Japanese culture. 
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