2013 Annual General AssemblyVenue：Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University Our Annual General Assembly was held on Dec. 7 and 8 at Center for Southeast Asian Studies.
This time we invited two specialists from outside to make presentations and share their thoughts on our project.
We also were grad to welcome some auditors who had interested in our project.
We’d like to thank each and everyone of our members and guests and participants for the meeting.
The Program of the Assembly is as below: December 7th (Sat.) 13:00～18:30 ・Opening remarks (Ryoji SODA) ・Brief overview of the project (Noboru ISHIKAWA)
Presentations Yayoi TAKEUCHI (National Institute for Environmental Studies) “Conservation values of remnant forest (“Pulau”) used by local communities”
Motoko FUJITA and Haruka SUZUKI (Kyoto University) ”Birdhouse Construction in Bintulu”
Kyoko SAKUMA (Kyoto University) “The Longhouse as Trade Hub on River-based Trade Network in the Interior Borneo”
Kuniyasu MOKUDAI (Pro Natura Foundation Japan) “Monitoring of river bank erosion using interval camera”
Tetsu ICHIKAWA (Rikkyo University) Katsumi OKUMURA (J. F. Oberlin University) “Bezoar stone of Landak ”
Motomitsu UCHIBORI (The Open University of Japan) “Human mobility in the upper Tatau region”
Yumi KATO (Kyoto University) “Multi ‘ethno’ status of Riverine Society”