JICE Japan International Cooperation Center
[70th Anniversary of Japan-Cambodia Friendship] Eleven Japanese university and graduate students will visit Cambodia with the theme of “Kendo” and foster friendship between the two countries through various exchanges!
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of Japan-Cambodia friendship, 11 Japanese university and graduate students will visit Cambodia and not only interact through Kendo, but also introduce the charm of Japanese traditional culture and strengthen mutual friendship. To do. ……
Eleven Japanese university and graduate students will visit Cambodia to study Kendo, one of Japan’s proud traditional martial arts. While on-site, participants will gain an understanding of the country’s politics, economy, history, and culture through site visits, and consider the similarities and differences between the two countries. During exchanges with local universities, participants will give presentations on the appeal of Japan and demonstrate Kendo, and Cambodian students will also perform, in order to deepen mutual friendships. We also do homestays and gain an awareness of the differences in different cultures and customs. By introducing the charms of Japan to the people we meet in Cambodia, we will not only increase their interest in Japan, but also work to strengthen networks for further friendship between the two countries.
This program is a dispatch program conducted as part of the
international exchange program “JENESYS, Exchange Program to Promote Understanding of Japan” promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. [Image 1
[Overview of the JENESYS Exchange Program to Promote Understanding of Japan] “JENESYS” is a Japanese government (Japan government) that conducts invitation/dispatch, online exchange, and follow-up programs between Japan and countries and regions in Asia and Oceania, targeting human resources who have the ability to communicate internationally and will lead the future. This project is promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and JICE is entrusted with program planning and management. Through people-to-people exchanges, we promote understanding of Japan’s politics, economy, society, culture, history, foreign policy, etc., and discover and cultivate future pro-Japanese and
Japan-informed people. Furthermore, by having participants actively communicate about Japan’s diplomatic stance and attractiveness, the aim is to strengthen communication about Japan to the outside world and expand Japan’s diplomatic infrastructure. [For inquiries regarding this matter] Japan International Cooperation Center (JICE)
International Exchange Department (Tokyo Headquarters) Contact form: https://www.jice.org/contact/index.html
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