Hideyo Noguchi (野口 英世Noguchi Hideyo, November 9, 1876 – May 21, 1928), also known as Seisaku Noguchi (野口 清作Noguchi Seisaku), was a prominent Japanese bacteriologist who in 1911 discovered the agent of syphilis as the cause of progressive paralytic disease. Continue reading Hideyo Noguchi→
Violino I : H. MIMURA, Mr. ———— Medical doctor, surgeon
Violino II : M. KAWAMURA, Ms. ——- Violin instructor
Viola : T. NAITOH, Mr. ————– Medical doctor, general practice
Violoncello : M. TANABE, Mr. ——– Kurashiki Symphony (Director)Continue reading Amadeo String Quartet→
From atop a bell-filled monument to the fallen, Minako Uchino hopes to fill the chasm between her current life in Canada and her past in Japan with a musical prayer for peace.
Dr. Uchino, a 37-year-old physician, will pound out her Remembrance Day plea on the carillon in Soldiers’ Tower at the University of Toronto. The tower is a memorial to 628 university members lost to the First World War, and 557 more killed in the Second, when Canada and Japan fought as enemies.