VJEP 2017 brings Vietnam-Japan students together

After 4 days learning about customs and culture in HCMC, students taking part in Vietnam-Japan Exchange Program (VJEP) 2017 set off to Binh Phuoc province on August 22.
20 Japanese and Vietnamese students guided by Professor Akinori Seki (teacher from Tokyo Keizai University and Chairman of Asia Association of Education and Exchange) continued their journey to Binh Phuoc province. They are planning to renovate three school facilities in Phu Rieng commune (Binh Phuoc province), as well as organize art performances for primary students in the province.
VJYE is a cooperation between the Asia Association of Education and Exchange (AAEE) and Vietnamese counterparts, including the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City – UEH, Nguyen Huu Huan High School and Binh Phuoc provincial Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union and was officially launched on May 21 2017.
The 2017 project themed “Sustainable Development” and “Cultural Exchange” allows participants to enhance knowledge on educational and social issues in Vietnam and Japan.

BY TRONG KHOI – Translated by Thao Nhien

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