The Award is awarded annually to encourage research by researchers of Japanese Literature in Australia and NZ. It was established in 2006 (Australia-Japan Year of Exchange) at the University of Sydney by the Inoue Yasushi Memorial Foundation/Inoue Family and Masanori Ohtani of Sydney.
Certificates and Prizes will be awarded to the winners chosen by the Selection Committee of The University of Sydney.
A cultural program with music and readings will follow.
For details see here (English) or Japanese flyer. Attendance is free but registration is required to email@example.com
Since then he has published four best-selling cookbooks, with a fifth - The Zen Kitchen -out in October. He has presented three countries - including Japan – in his SBS series, Destination Flavour, and developed a career as a food writer and commentator.
As well as Japan, influences on Adam's cooking are from his family background - English-Singaporean and Hainanese Chinese - and his experience cooking for his family since the age of eight!
Born in Malaysia and raised in Adelaide, Adam holds university degrees in science and law and practiced law for 11 years, most recently as the Head of Legal and Business Affairs for Disney Interactive, Asia Pacific, based in Tokyo. His love affair with food and cooking blossomed during this time. In July 2010 over 5 million people tuned in to watch him win the second series MasterChef.
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