10 delegates of the Young Pioneers Organization to join exchange program in Japan

(VNF) – The Union of Friendship Organizations of Hanoi, Hai Phong and Hung Yen on May 9 held a ceremony to announce the list of 10 delegates of the Ho Chi Minh Young Pioneers Organization team to participate in a friendly exchange trip in Japan in 2017.

(VNF) – The Union of Friendship Organizations of Hanoi, Hai Phong and Hung Yen on May 9 announced the list of 10 delegates of the Ho Chi Minh Young Pioneers Organization to participate in a friendly exchange trip in Japan this August.

Addressing the announcement ceremomy, Vice Chairman of the Hanoi Union of Friendship Organizations (HUFO) Can Viet Anh highlighted remarkable activities of the Union in 2016, especially the successful debut of the exchange program for Vietnamese juniors to Japan, sponsored by Kyocera Group.

10 delegates of the Young Pioneers Organization to join exchange program in Japan

10 students from Hanoi, Hai Phong and Hung Yen will take part in the exchange program in Japan this August (source: VNF)

This year, the friendly exchange program will be held from August 1 – 7. The Vietnam's participating team consists of 10 secondary school students (4 from Hanoi, 3 from Hai Phong and 3 from Hung Yen). The delegates are sociable and adaptive students with qualified health.

The trip to Japan, according to Anh, is an eye-opening opportunity for secondary students to gain insights of other cultures, the Vietnam-Japan friendship and traditions of the two peoples. Overall, it will contribute to tighten the heartfelt affection and solidarity of two countries, in which the young generation are vivid example of the friendship and in-depth comprehensive cooperations between Vietnam and Japan.

10 delegates of the Young Pioneers Organization to join exchange program in Japan

Young delegates from Hung Yen province participating in the exchange program in 2016 (source: Hung Yen province youth union)

The visiting trip of Vietnamese juniors to Japan was initiated by honored chairman and founder of Kyocera Group Kazuo Inamori, aiming to faciliate cross-border networking among junior students. Kick started in 1976, the program has brought many students from Japan to visit US, and brought American, Chinese students to Japan. The program first came to Vietnam in 2016.

Talking about the purpose of the exchange trip, Kazuo said: This opportunity is fairly provided to the students regardless of their family background or study result as young minds are highly receptive to new knowledge and their views remain unbiased. We hope that the program will help increase juniors' self-belief, inspire them to find their aspiration, motivate them to put their hearts in realizing their goals and become holistic-vision leaders in future./.

( Translated by Phi Yen )

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