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Ian de Stains, British public affairs executive. Diplomate Associated Board Royal School Music. Named Officer of Most Excellent Order British Empire in New Year Honors List, 1993. President Tokyo International Players, 1989-1991; honorary secretary Royal Society St. George, Tokyo, 1988-1998. Member of Japan Arbitrators Association, Chartered Institute Arbitrators, Society Authors.

Background

Stains, Ian de was born on December 8, 1948 in Wombwell, Yorkshire, England. Arrived in Japan, 1976. Son of Arnold and Margaret Scott (McLaughlan) diplôme d’Etudes Supérieures.

Education

Student, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, 1968.

Career

Television presenter Yorkshire television Ltd., Leeds, United Kingdom, 1968-1969. Producer, presenter Station British Broadcasting Corporation Radio and television, Manchester, 1969-1970, Station British Broadcasting Corporation television, London, 1970-1976. Specialist Station Nippon Hōsō Kyōkai television, Tokyo, 1976-1980.

Consultant Communicat, since 1980. Executive director British Chamber of Commerce, since 1987. Advisor Institute Labour, Tokyo, since 1988.

Achievements

  • Diplomate Associated Board Royal School Music.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Columnist Weekender, since 1988. Editor The Journal, 1987-1993. Editor-in-chief Insight, since 1994.

      Literary critic Asahi Evening News, since 1983. Contributor articles to publications.

Membership

President Tokyo International Players, 1989-1991. Honorary secretary Royal Society St. George, Tokyo, 1988-1998. Member of Japan Arbitrators Association, Chartered Institute Arbitrators, Society Authors.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, theater, literature.

Connections

father:
Arnold Stains

mother:
Margaret Scott (McLaughlan) Stains