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 Japan -East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (JENESYS 2.0)

ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Youth Network: Preparing for the

Involvement and Contributions of Youths to the AEC through ASEAN-Japan

Youth Exchange Program

There were 17 students, selected from Universiti Malaysia Kelantan to participate in the Japan -East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (JENESYS 2.0)program which was organized by JICE (Japan International Cooperation Centre) in Japan from 25th May 2013 to 2nd June 2013 (for 2nd batch) and from 22nd June 2013 to 30th June 2013 (for 3rd batch).

Participant from 10 ASEAN countries were involved in this program. They were put into three groups respectively: (Group A: Economics & Social Sciences, Group BArts, creative works, & culture, Group CScience & Technology) and spent one week in Japan. During their trip, they visited industries, local government offices, universities, museums, markets, and experienced a ride in Shinkansen (bullet train). They had workshop and discussion which were related to problems of their own countries or those of the ASEAN regions.   At the end of the program, students would present action plans based on the lessons learnt during the course, to solve the problems at the workshop on the first day.

Objectives:

  1. To raise awareness of the university students of ASEAN member countries towards ASEAN Integration and ASEAN Economic Integration (AEC) and to let the young generation of Japan understand ASEAN countries and AEC better.
  1. To learn about the activities of Japan and the key success factors for the economic revitalization in each area and to utilize the ideas for the economic development of each ASEAN member country.
  1. To establish the AEC Youth Network as a hub linking the young generation of the ASEAN member states and Japan for future cooperation, and this would lead to mutual benefits. Which regards to this an active dialogue among members of youths from ASEAN countries would be held.

Participants:

There were 360 university students from 10 ASEAN countries (Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, Philippines, Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Vietnam)  involved.

From UMK – 2nd Batch –

 

NAME

STUDENT No.

1.

CALVIN LOH CHUN HOONG

A11A042

2.

NURFARAHANI BT AB HAKIM

A10A135

3.

CHEW CHIANG YUAN

A10A013

4.

NORSYAFIQAH BT SHAHBUDIN

A10A111

5.

HAZRUL IZHAR BIN ABD HALIM

A11A094

6.

POON SOOK TENG

A10A153

7.

YONG WON PING

B10A285

8.

NURUL NABILAH BINTI AZIZ

C11A229

9.

KHAIRUL ANAM BIN MOHD JARKASI

C11A058

10.

MOHAMMAD IDRIS BIN ABU BAKAR

C11A094

11

KIE CHANG LEONG

A11A136

12.

WONG KIN YING

B10A275

From UMK – 3rd Batch –

 

NAME

STUDENT No.

1.

SHAMMENE DEWY A/P SUBRAMANIAM

A11A384

2.

LOW MIAO WEN

B10A312

3.

GOH SU MAY

B10A056

4.

NURUL LIYANA NAZURAH BINTI SAAID

C11A227

5.

MUHAMMAD ABDUL MUJADDIN BIN AB KARIM

D10A021

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