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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2021;12(1): 261-262.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2021.12.1.261
Report on Participation at the 8th East Asia and Contemporary Japanese-Language Literature Forum, Online International Conference in 2020
Antonius R. Pujo PURNOMO
アントニウス·プジョ·プルノモ:インドネシア日本文学学会 会長
第8回「東アジアと同時代日本語文学フォーラム」 2020年オンライン国際学術会議
アントニウス·プジョ·プルノモ
インドネシア·アイルランガ大学人文学部日本研究学科准教授。
Correspondence  Antonius R. Pujo PURNOMO ,Email: antonius-r-p-p@fib.unair.ac.id
Published online: 30 June 2021.
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ABSTRACT
There are two important things that I have felt during my participation in this online conference. The first thing is a unique and interesting experience when conducting scientific meetings and discussions on Japanese literature through the help of online technology. The second thing is, as a representative of the Association of Japanese literary studies that was recently established in Indonesia, I feel warm welcome in this forum. Moreover, the best thing is I have got a lot of positive energy from all of the researchers of Japanese literary studies. I will transfer this energy to all the Indonesian people in order to love Japanese literature from today to the next days. Like most other countries outside Japan, the younger generation in Indonesia gets to know Japan more through popular culture, such as animation, cosplay, and manga. I think this is a good opportunity to introduce Japanese literature “lightly” at the first. And then, if they begin to show a high level of interest, we can invite them to read some Japanese novels in translation works. I believe in this way Japanese literature will be more and more loved by many people in the world.
Keywords: Online, Study, Japanese Literature, Indonesia, East Asia

キ―ワ―ド: オンライン, 研究, 日本文学, インドネシア, 東アジア
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