Busan Youths Completed Their Mission in Phnom Penh
Thursday, 19 Jul 2012 08:45
Through good cooperation between Phnom Penh and Bussan, Korea, as sister sity, Busan dispatched 26 volunteer youths led by Ms. Clare Kim, Coordinator of Bussan Foundation for International Activities, (BFIA) for official mission, in Phnom Penh to exchange experiences on culture, art and Taikwondo, from 8th to 16 of July.
While staying in Phnom Penh, the youths carried out some activities such as the visit of Chroy Changve and Deum Kor Market Primary School and by cleaning, repainting schools and educating children about sociology, arts and sports. Furthermore, they donated 2,000 US Dollars to each school for protection of environment and provided some sport equipment to students. They also took part to exchange experiences on Korean language with Korean Language Department of Royal University of Phnom Penh, joint art performance with master of ceremonies from Department of Culture and Fine Arts. They also visited the Blind and Deaf School in Phnom Penh Thmey which indicate a close cooperation between the two countries.
In the welcoming lunch, Mr. KOET Chhe, Phnom Penh Director of Administration, on behalf of H.E Governor KEP Chuktema conveyed a message and expressed gratitude for the volunteer youths for fulfilling humanitarian mission in Phnom Penh. He also mentioned about the donation of fire trucks from Busan which have been using currently. He hopes that there will be more of such activities and wishes the cooperation of both countries grows closer.
Ms. Clare Kim thanked for supports of humanitarian activities from and attention by Phnom Penh Capital Hall and has appreciated the urban management with beauty, and Cambodian people especially students are friendly and happy with these activities.
Art Activities Exchange
Teaching Stuent to form Hate from Paper and Painting on School Wall