Asian Students Environment Platform (ASEP)

Asian Students Environment Platform (ASEP)

University students from Asian countries gather to discuss and make proposals on global environmental issues beyond national borders while learning about differences in the natural environment and values of each country. To date, a total of 591 university students from 10 countries have participated in the program.

ASIAN STUDENTS ENVIRONMENT PLATFORM
Countries participating in ASEP

Summary of ASEP 2021 (online)

Theme : Building a Recycling Society
Schedule : Monday, August 9, 2021 - Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Participating universities (10 in total):
Royal University of Phnom Penh (Cambodia), Tsinghua University (China),
University of Indonesia (Indonesia), Waseda University (Japan), Korea University (South Korea), University of Malaya (Malaysia), Yangon University of Economics (Myanmar),
Chulalongkorn University (Thailand), Vietnam National University Hanoi (Vietnam),
University of the Philippines (Philippines)

Participants: 100 university and graduate students selected from the above 10 universities
(10 from each school)

Organizer: AEON Environmental Foundation

Host University: University of Indonesia (Indonesia)

Cooperation: Waseda University AEON TOWA Research Center (Japan)

Nominal Support:
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Ministry of the Environment Government of Japan,
The Mainichi Newspapers Co., Ltd.

Main Program:
August 1 (Monday) Opening Ceremony
August 10 (Tuesday) Fieldwork, Groupwork
August 11 (Wednesday) Presentation of results and closing ceremony

Summary of ASEP 2019

Theme : For sustainable peace
Schedule : August 1 to August 6, 2019
Host Country: Cambodia

Participating universities (10 in total):
Royal University of Phnom Penh (Cambodia), Tsinghua University (China),
University of Indonesia (Indonesia), Waseda University (Japan), Korea University (South Korea), University of Malaya (Malaysia), Yangon University of Economics (Myanmar),
University of the Philippines (Philippines), Chulalongkorn University (Thailand),
Vietnam National University, Hanoi (Vietnam)

Participants: 80 students/graduate students selected from each of the above 10 universities
(8 students per university)

Organizer: AEON Environmental Foundation

Nominal Support:
Embassy of Japan in Kingdom of Cambodia, The Mainichi Newspapers Co., Ltd., China Youth Daily,
The Chosun Ilbo (South Korea), Tuoi Tre News (Vietnam), Kompas Newspaper (Indonesia),
Rasmei Kampuchea Daily (Cambodia)

Cooperation:
Royal University of Phnom Penh, Waseda University, Sophia University (Japan)

Main Program:
August 1 (Thursday) Move to Cambodia
August 2 (Friday) Opening Ceremony (Royal University of Phnom Penh),AEON Shopping mall observation
August 3 (Saturday) Visit to Angkor Wat ruins and surrounding forest
August 4 (Sunday) Tree planting (Banteay Kdei), Preah Norodom Sihanouk-Angkor Museum visit
August 5 (Monday) Aeon Mango school visit
August 6 (Tuesday) Results Presentation, Closing Ceremony

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