インタビュー HK lags behind Japan and Taiwan in developing the senior market
 
  2010年11月21日 星島日報(中国語)
 
 
 

香港の日刊紙 星島日報にシニアビジネスに関する村田のインタビュー記事が掲載されました。原文は中国語なので、以下に英語訳を掲載します。

 なお、この新聞記事は11月19日に香港で開催のAge-friendly Cities with Cooperation & Participation : The Asian Pacific Perspective Regional Conference の間に、主催の香港大学Chui教授、私、台湾、シンガポールからの出席者で行われた座談会がもとになっています。

In the "Age-friendly Cities with Cooperation & Participation - The Asian Pacific Perspective Regional Conference", initiated by HKU Sau Po Centre on Ageing, Centre Director Dr. Ernest Chui Wing-tak said HK higher educational institutions could focus more on goods and services development for the senior market in future.

Currently, academic programmes offered by HKU, CU, PolyU and LingU on elderly studies have placed more an emphasis on policies on medical, welfare and housing. Professor Hiroyuki (Hiro) Murata of Tohoku University Smart Ageing International Research Center, who is an expert on Japan's 50-plus market in Japan said there had been great demand in the senior market for goods and services. Professor Murata has contributed to the development of NTT DoCoMo's Raku-Raku phone, the best-selling senior-friendly mobile phone in Japan. (Sing Tao Daily)

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