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A Tribute to. Professor Shingo Fujii. 1983 Kyoto University OB/GYN Department. 1983 Japanese-style dinner at Fujiis home. 2001 Western-style dinner at Fujiis home. 2001 Courtyard snacks at Fujiis home. 2001 Rainy dinner at Fujiis home. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • A Tribute toProfessor Shingo Fujii

  • 1983 Kyoto University OB/GYN Department

  • 1983 Japanese-style dinner at Fujiis home

  • 2001 Western-style dinner at Fujiis home

  • 2001 Courtyard snacks at Fujiis home

  • 2001 Rainy dinner at Fujiis home

  • 2001 Dinner in the kitchen at Fujiis home

  • 2001 Celebrating new residents at Fujii home

  • 2001 Enjoying the new OB/Gyn residents

  • 2001 Happy faces of the new OB/Gyn residents

  • 1983 Playing the guitar for Hiroko Fujii

  • 1983 Singing with Prof. Konishi

  • 1996 Singing with Prof. Nikaido

  • 2001 Singing with his daughters

  • 2001 Making different music on top of Mt. Hiei

  • 1996 Posing for a picture at Shinshu University

  • 2001 Posing for a picture at Kyoto University

  • 1996 Posing for a picture at Shin-Hotaka

  • 2001 Posing with the ladies

  • 1996 Happily posing with the ladies

  • 2001 Posing with Teruko and Mrs. Fujii

  • 2001 Looking a little bit like a cowboy

  • 2001 Looking more like a cowboy

  • 2006 Looking very much like a cowboy

  • 2006 Looking backward, while riding forward

  • 2006 Crossing the river in Bandera, Texas

  • 2006 Relaxing, after the horse ride

  • 2006 Still posing, in the Texas Hill Country

  • 2001 Springtime in Takaragaiki Park

  • 2001 Enjoying the cherry blossoms

  • 2001 Hiking among the wild azaleas

  • 2001 A lonely trail in Takaragaiki Parkpicture by Shingo Fujii

  • 2001 A beautiful walk in Takaragaiki Parkpicture by Shingo Fujii

  • A Successful Leader1. Must be able to recognize what needs to be done.

    2. Must have the skills and knowledge to perform his duties.

    Must be willing to accept the responsibilities of his position.