• 최종편집 2024-06-19(수)
 

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In a bid to foster forward-looking cooperative relationships among students from Japan, China, and South Korea, a program has been initiated in China where participants exchange views on global issues. This year marks the program's 10th iteration, and for the first time, it has been expanded to include students from ASEAN countries, thereby broadening its regional reach. 

The exchange program, organized by the Trilateral Cooperation Secretariat operates under agreements between the governments of the three countries and recruits students annually. This milestone 10th edition sees the inclusion of students from ASEAN (the Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries. The opening ceremony, held in Nanning, southern China, on Feb. 27th, saw the participation of 50 students from nine countries. 

Participating students expressed their aspirations to "share expertise and technologies among East Asian countries facing common challenges" and to "forge lasting friendships and continue exchanges throughout their lives." 

Following the ceremony, students received lectures from experts on various issues, including the disparity between developed and developing countries. 

Lee Hee-sup, Secretary-General of the TCS, emphasized the importance of mutual understanding among young people for forward-looking cooperation. He stated, "By expanding exchanges among the three countries, we aim to promote cooperation for the future of East Asia." 

The exchange program ran for 10 days, during which participants exchanged opinions on common issues such as aging populations and climate change, thereby deepening their understanding of international cooperation.

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