In the past half-century, the aging population has continued to grow rapidly. Nowhere is this more true than in Asia, and with Japan leading the pack.
The Asia nursing research group focuses on nursing care businesses in Asian countries and promotes technical cooperation through workshops and on-site consultation.
Through these activities, we aim to share Japan’s advanced care techniques and management know-how with our Asian neighbors while simultaneously promoting friendly relations.
- Planning and management of site visits and exchanges
- Organization and management of Chinese government and private welfare officials on visits to Japan for training, exchanges, and planning seminars
- Management consulting with Chinese welfare organizations
- Technical intern trainees (care)
Born in Jilin Province, China
Manager, Kojukai Group Headquarters
Manager, Future Innovations Lab, Inc
After gaining experience in a number of different nursing care positions, Ka Li is now in charge of recruiting, research, and international relations at Kojukai Group.
In 2012, Ka Li was invited to an international symposium in China by the China Foundation for the Elderly and the China Development and Reform Commission and has since participated in international research projects, business and human resources support exchanges and many other projects bridging China and Japan together through elderly care.
TEL ：080-3420-1286 〔Ka Li〕
State Council lecture
Staff members acted as panelists at an international symposium in China and lectured on Japanese nursing care policies.
Staff visited Beijing and Tianjin at the invitation of the Vice Secretary and China Reform Development Research Committee of the China Aged Foundation.
After a significant exchange of opinions about the nursing care situations in China and Japan, staff spent a week in Beijing and visited six care facilities.
Keri Imelda’s thesis paper on the Japan/Philippines EPA was featured in a Japan Society of Care for Independent Living publication.
According to the evaluation of the United Nations Population Fund, Vietnam’s population is aging at a yet unseen rate. A Vietnamese staff member reached out to the Health Ministry in Vietnam and was involved in translating a number of Japanese nursing care books to be used in care facilities in Vietnam.
State Council Project
The World Bank has focused on population problems in China’s economic reform, especially focusing on the development of a social security system for the rapidly aging population. Delegations from Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom, Italy, and Sweden were invited to make policy recommendations to China. Staff members Mrs. Li and Mr. Miyamori represented Japan and recently reported to Beijing on the results of a year-long study.