Who am I?

Fresh energy!I am Yoshiko. I am Japanese, live in Geneva, but fly my spirit all over the globe.

I studied human geography and public policy in Tokyo and Toronto. Through the education, I was trained t gain field work skills. I like going out of the office and talk to people, then come back to be alone and think of what I have learned from the filed. In a nuts shell, “Reality check” has been the basis of my work and life.

I like networking people. I feel it’s my nature to enjoy connecting people and seeing them happy to meet the new people.

My job? I am an economist and market watcher to alert what’s coming next. I enjoy reading between the lines of numbers.

My area of work is at the crossroads between the air transport industry and ICT, Information and Communications Technologies. I monitor latest technologies to assess their impacts on our life and society, as well as the dyamics of the air transport industry in light of the ICT.

My favorites? Horses, cats, traveling, writing, cooking, good wine, forest, flowers, Paris, NYC, music, … I like living.

Yoshiko, Networker

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It was indeed a great pleasure to experience your full participation in the creativity workshop.

Being included in your group of special people this Saturday for the showing of the film “Beates Geschenk” is a very special honour for me. It is the first time in my life that I have felt so completely included in a group of women, and this for me a great surprise and it touches me deeply.

Thank you!


I enjoyed your Creativity workshop at LIFT conference. I felt I was guided to join you there.

It was my great pleasure to have you at the film presentation of “The Gift from beate” in Bern last Saturday. I really appreciated that you created time to join us, despite a short notice. It IS something.

It’s you — your humanity that made your way to the film event and a pleasant gathering with Japanese women installed in Switzerland. When we met, I was touched by your heart, which made me feel wanting to open the door to the film event. Your heart made your own way.

Look forwad to the next opportunity to meet!

Thank you! So do I.

Hello Yoshiko,

nice blog! Good text’s (soory my english *LOL*) When you will see a nice web with really the latest CMS System and lots of nice things go to http://www.sht-st.org/ and enjoy the feeling. It’s a good idea for disabled people (not only when they have problems to speak) to communicate over the web. anyway, will stay tuned and will have a look from time to time.
All the best and have a nice time!


It’s a very good point that webs and e-mails help handicapped people to communicate. Thanks a lot for reminding me with the importance of the Internet for marginalised people.

I found your web informatin rich and supported by passion! IT can have life only with our own passion.

On this point, I agree with Dannie that human beings at the end of the lines connecting the cyber space make the space work.

Hello Yoshiko,

hope to see you on the 22. Juli… ‘Open House in the French-Castle’

my best wishes to you yoshiko, hope all is fine and you still enyoing ‘watching the web’. wish you a good christmas time, lots of snow and many good ‘Glühwein’ drinks (it keeps hot 😉
greetings from greece
helen & dan french

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