Well past retirement age, a Japanese expert has been single-mindedly working to assist the south-central Vietnamese province of Binh Dinh in sustainably developing its ocean tuna fishing industry. Tuna caught using Japanese technology by Binh Dinh fishermen have been exported to Japan since the first batch arrived in the East Asian country for an auction at a local market in September 2014. The saltwater finfish fetched three times as much as their local price of around VND60,000-80,000 ($2.82-3.76) per kilogram back then. A clutch of activities have also been held to help Vietnamese fishermen master Japanese fishing and preserving tuna technologies to improve export quality, and foster economic cooperation between Osaka Prefecture, Japan and Binh Dinh Province. Behind all these efforts is Hitoshi Kato, 87, chairman of the Vietnam – Japan Friendship Society in the Japanese city of Sakai, Osaka. He has also been calling for Japanese enterprises to invest in Binh Dinh and recommended a local university to educational institutions in his country for cooperative projects. Destiny Hitoshi was intrigued by one of his friends’ description of age-old tombs of Japanese merchants who had passed away almost a century ago in Hoi An City in the central province of… Read full this story
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