JAPAN HAS 10 AUTHORIZED SHORTHAND SYSTEMS
In his speech during the Intersteno Congress, that took place in Beijing (China) in 2009 (15 to 19 August), Mr. Tsuguo Kaneko said that Japan has today 10 authorized shorthand systems by the Japanese Shorthand Association. They are:
· Yamane System (Universidade de Kansai)
As “non-authorized”, the Mori System is being taught.
Five japanese Universities have Stenographers Club:
- University of Kansai
- University of Kwansei Gakuin
- University of Fukuoka
- University of Gakushuin
- University of Waseda
Among the “high schools”, there are 20 that have a Stenographer Club as an extracurricular activity.
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