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＜About the presentation＞
●Speaker：Zhonglin Sang（Graduate School of Humanities）
When people say “If you get coronavirus…” in Japanese and Chinese：a contrastive study on insubordinated constructions
Insubordinated constructions are subordinate clauses that are used independently in discourse. For example, in Japanese, Korona ni kakattara… (コロナにかかったら…) expresses the speaker’s emotion of worry despite not saying the following part Dōshiyō (どうしよう). Such constructions function differently according to language types. This presentation is going to discuss the functional differences between Japanese and Chinese mandarin.
●Speaker：Kim Hoan My Linh（Graduate School of International Development）
A legal study on civil servant reforms in Vietnam: Lessons from Japan
Civil servants play a decisive role in the efficiency of the state administration because they play a crucial role in making and executing laws and policies of the government. However, various shortcomings have been existing in the civil servant system like unqualified bureaucrats, concerned civil service ethics, and wrongdoings in personnel actions. One of the leading causes is an inadequate legal system for this matter. Therefore, this research will carry out a legal study on civil servant reforms in Vietnam by referring to Japan. The primary purpose is to identify the core problems of the legal system and try to seek solutions on amending the laws on civil servants towards an efficient public administration.