Vietnamese Youth and Student Association in Japan holds congress for 2018-2019 term
VNF - The Vietnamese Youth and Stuent Association (VYSA) in Japan on January 14 held a congress for the 2018-2019 term on the threhold of the 2018 Tet festival.
The congress elected a new executive board with Pham Thanh Huong as President.
As announced by the Ministry of Justice of Japan in November 2017,, there are more than 200,000 Vietnamese young people living and studying in Japan.
In that context, VYSA has become a pretigious organizations that connects Vietnamese youth and students in Japan, to become a bridge to unite the Vietnamese people and promote Vietnamese culture.
Accompanying VYSA is Vietnamese as well as Japanese enterprises, including FPT Japan. Ms. Le Thi Lam – representative of FPT Japan, said VYSA is a large organization, gathering numerous Vietnamese youth and students in Japan. FPT Japan’s support for VYSA over the past 10 years is a practical work, helping to connect the community and be a fulcrum for the overseas Vietnamese./.