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The Fukuoka Prize 2007 Event Reports

The Fukuoka Prize 2007 Award ceremony

Date
September 13, 2007  (18:00-19:40)
Venue
ACROS Fukuoka (Symphony Hall)
MC
Agnes Chang
Participants
1,100

Their Imperial Highnesses Prince and Princess Akishino attended the Award Ceremony, which was chaired by Agnes Chang and attracted 1,100 people.

The Prince praised the winners: “The purpose of the Prize is to contribute to the preservation and creation of Asian cultures. This idea is of great significance and is a precious gem for Asia to be cherished. I would like to offer my sincerest
congratulations to the four laureates, who have not merely made contributions to the cultures of Asia, but have gone so far as to promote advancement of human society as a whole and have disseminated the message.”

The bouquet presentation was carried out from children of the Fukuoka international school afterwards.

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Public Lectures 2007

Laureates introduced the ideas and thoughts of their specialized fields in their lectures, talks with panelists, and performances.

School Visits 2007

Laureates visited elementary, junior and high schools in Fukuoka to send valuable messages to the students.

Other Events 2007

Laureates shared their thoughts and views with local experts on their fields.

Download the Anuual Report 2007

You can download the annual report 2007 in Adobe PDF to check all the events and programs of the Fukuoka Prize 2007.

2007年Download the Anuual Report 2007