Carlos Kasuga

Carlos Kasuga

Carlos Kasuga
Carlos Kasuga during a conference at the Semana PyME 2011 sponsored by the Secretaría de Economía.
Born Carlos Kasuga Osaka
(1937-10-26) October 26, 1937
Alma mater Escuela Bancaria y Comercial
Occupation Director of Yakult Mexico

Carlos Kasuga Osaka is a

  • Hokama, Ricardo G. "Carlos Kasuga: "Everything That You Do, Do It well"" (Archive). Japanese American National Museum. 23 April 2009. Translated by Michael M. Brescia.
    • Spanish version (Archive)
  • "I am 60% Japanese and 60% Mexican: Inside México talks with Carlos Kasuga Osaka" (Archive). Inside México. Editorial Manda, SAPI de CV, July 2007.
  • (Spanish) "Alimenten su espíritu y estén orgullosos de tener un país tan rico: Carlos Kasuga Osaka" (Archive) Panamerican University.
  • (Spanish) "Carlos Kasuga, presidente del Consejo Directivo de Yakult, impartió conferencia a universitarios" (Archive) Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo. 25 August 2008. Boletín Electrónico Informativo No. 234 Imprimir.
  • (Spanish) Álvarez, Samantha. "Educación formativa es la clave del crecimiento: Carlos Kasuga." El Empresario. 4 November 2010.
  • (Spanish) Asociación Panamericana Nikkei

External links

  1. ^ "Carlos Kasuga, dueño de Yakult, comparte el secreto de su éxito." Terra Networks. 13 March 2013. Updated 14 March 2013. Retrieved on March 26, 2014.
  2. ^ a b García, Jerry. Looking Like the Enemy: Japanese Mexicans, the Mexican State, and US Hegemony, 1897-1945. University of Arizona Press. February 27, 2014. ISBN 0816530254, 9780816530250. p. 195. "[...]who provided that quote, was born in Mexico to Japanese parents who immigrated in the 1930s. Carlos is the founder and president of the Japanese Mexican School, director general of Yakult, which produces a probiotic health care product, and president of the Pan American Nikkei Association."
  3. ^ a b Valls, Julio. "Carlos Kasuga, el líder detrás de Yakult." Forbes Mexico. July 6, 2013. Retrieved on December 25, 2013. "Es expresidente de diversas asociaciones e instancias, como la Asociación Mexicana Japonesa, del Comité de las Celebraciones del 90 Aniversario de la Migración Japonesa a México, de la Asociación Panamericana Nikkei, de la Federación Panamericana de la Leche, y presidió y fundó el Liceo Mexicano Japonés."
  4. ^ Asociación Peruano Japonesa, Kokusai Kyōryoku Jigyōdan. The Centennial anniversary of the Japanese immigration to Peru, 1899-1999. Japanese International Cooperation Agency, 2000. p. 210. "Acknowledgements We wish to thank Carlos Kasuga, President of the Pan-American Nikkei Association since its foundation in 1981 until 1995."
  5. ^ García, Jerry. Looking Like the Enemy: Japanese Mexicans, the Mexican State, and US Hegemony, 1897-1945. University of Arizona Press, February 27, 2014. ISBN 0816530254, 9780816530250. p. 153.

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His parents were immigrants from Japan.[3] They settled in Mexico in the 1930s. Originally Kasuga and his family lived in Cárdenas, San Luis Potosí. He stated that in 1942, when he was seven years old, soldiers came to his house and told his family they had to leave for Mexico City in 72 hours. He stated that later two soldiers came to the house to escort the family to the train station and that everyone in Cardenas came to the station to say goodbye to the Kasugas.[5]

Personal life

Contents

  • Personal life 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

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