The Embassy of Japan in Cambodia hosted the Teenage Ambassador Welcome Party on March 17 at its multi-purpose hall.
The event featured Japanese and Cambodian teens from participating schools, including 20 students and 2 teachers from Chea Sim Chamroeunrath High School and 20 students and 2 teachers from Hokkaido Sapporo Kiyota High school. Yuji Kumamaru, the Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia, gave a speech for the opening welcome party. Guest of honour, Pin Chamna, secretary of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, also gave a speech. Youths were given scholarships and invited to attend youth programs like the Southeast Asia and Japan (SSEAPY) youth exchange program for East Asia (JENESYS) and applications.
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