Monday, 7 November 2016

Young Cambodian Government Officials attended JENSYS 2016 (2nd Batch, Politics)

Japan (November 17, 2016): Twenty five participants from the Royal School of Administration had attended the Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (JENESYS 2016) that had been organized by the Japan International Cooperation Center (JICE) on the Theme of Politics from November 1, 2016 to November, 2016. This program aims at providing a good cooperation and understanding of Japanese culture and society in order to strengthen the spirits of solidarity with Asia through youth exchange activities.

Out of 550 students in the Royal School of Administration, I was selected to attend this crucial program among other 24 participants  in Japan. I have obtained new knowledge and experiences of Japanese culture, public administration, national infrastructure, modernization, and people. I have attended one lecture on "National Public Employees in Japan" offered by Associate Professor Watanabe Yasuyuki, from the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Japan. I have learned a lot from his perspectives and experiences how to reform the civil services in the country. Also, he mainly focused on the professional code ethics of the civil servants or national public employees and other regulations. Japan is a good model country in term of transparency and accountability. I also visited the National Diet of Japan (the House of Councillors), and Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affair. 

The most interestingly, I have visited the the region of MINAMI SANRIKU where was destroyed by Sunami on March 11, 2011. The counselor has shared experiences how to manage the national disasters and restore this region.

Moreover, I had experienced two days of home-stay program with a Japanese family in Osaki City. I have learned Onseb Somuries at the Sebsyokan Hotel.

Taking in this blogger, I would like to express my profound thanks to the JICE and Japanese government that provided me golden opportunities to explore Japanese culture, politics, and people. 












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