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50 YEARS OF ASEAN

Japan Times
JAPAN / 50 years of ASEAN
Aug 9, 2017
Partnering for change, engaging world
It is my sincere honor, on behalf of the Philippine chair, to greet the friends, partners and supporters of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) on the historic occasion of ASEAN's 50th Anniversary.
Japan Times
JAPAN / 50 years of ASEAN
Aug 9, 2017
Major role in ensuring Asian stability, success
I wish to extend my heartfelt congratulations to ASEAN on the 50th anniversary of its founding.
Japan Times
JAPAN / 50 years of ASEAN
Aug 9, 2017
Working to boost regional business
The year 2017 is a landmark for the Association of the Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), which was established half a century ago.
Japan Times
JAPAN / 50 years of ASEAN
Aug 9, 2017
Youth encouraged to expand horizons through travel
The ASEAN-Japan Centre, which aims to promote trade, investment, tourism and other exchanges between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Japan, is holding various events this year to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the foundation of ASEAN.
Japan Times
JAPAN / 50 years of ASEAN
Aug 9, 2017
ASEAN students increase on high corporate demand
The recent boom in the number of students from ASEAN countries coming to Japan is expected to last until 2020, the target year set by the Japanese government for there to be 300,000 foreign students in the country, industry officials said.
Japan Times
JAPAN / 50 years of ASEAN
Aug 9, 2017
Program provides international immersion
Rikkyo University in Tokyo has launched the Global Liberal Arts Program (GLAP) this spring to nurture young talent to become global leaders, with the foundation of education based on Christianity and liberal arts.
Japan Times
JAPAN / 50 years of ASEAN
Aug 9, 2017
University actively participating in exchange programs
Sophia University in Tokyo was selected by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) as one of 11 subsidy recipients for participation in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Program in 2013. Since then, Sophia University...
Japan Times
JAPAN / 50 years of ASEAN
Aug 9, 2017
Deep commitment to temple preservation
Sophia University has a long and amicable relationship with Cambodia originating in professor Yoshiaki Ishizawa's long-term commitment to preserve and restore the Angkor Wat temple complex, a World Heritage site and one of the most important archeological sites in Southeast Asia.
Japan Times
JAPAN / 50 years of ASEAN
Aug 9, 2017
Halal cafe encourages cultural exchange through shared meals
Sophia University launched the Tokyo Halal Deli and Cafe on its campus in September as part of its measures to respond to the diversity of nationalities, cultures and religions of its students and faculty.
Japan Times
JAPAN / 50 years of ASEAN
Aug 9, 2017
ASEAN, Japan offer tourists great diversity
Tourism is one of the key industries in the respective ASEAN member states. The ASEAN member states are enriched with attractive tourism destinations that include renowned resorts surrounded by breathtaking nature and historical places that are designated as World Heritage sites.
COMMENTARY / World / 50 years of ASEAN
Dec 13, 2011
Japan should play co-anchor role in helping ASEAN Connectivity Plus realize grand vision
With its intent for a people-oriented as well as a physically and institutionally well-connected ASEAN Community poised for realization in 2015, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations affirms its commitment to fulfill a long-cherished dream.
COMMENTARY / World / 50 years of ASEAN
Dec 5, 2011
China: soft or crash landing?
Economists who believe that China can come to the rescue of an increasingly troubled global economy are now in a decided minority, with questions increasingly being asked whether China can save itself: Will China's economy achieve a soft landing, a hard landing or even suffer a crash landing?

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