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AEON Asian Students Exchange Programme 2017 (Asian Student Environmental Platform)
asep
10 UM students with 2 officers were sent to Japan for ASEP 2017 on 1st until 6th 2017. Japan is one of the country that most people really want to go. Like Malaysia, Japan also have their own natural culture which is very interesting. Japan very popular because the culture, people, city and many more reasons. The most interesting about Japan is they can rebuild their own country in a short time after tsunami phenomenon happened in 2011.  Japan rich in nature life such as oyster and seaweed. Their renovation of development, outside the bounds of the metropolitan areas, and beyond the supposed homogeneity of the Japanese people there is another wilder Japan. Common images of Japan involve shiny cars, the latest electronic goods, and regimented ranks of commuters in business suits. Japan is, after all, an intensely developed country with a population pushing 127 million. In Malaysia, we always talking about the rapid development of Japan in technology and civilization against the natural or biodiversity in Japan. Biodiversity and renovation are good theme for the ASEP 2017 that was held in Japan. There are many activites that we do such as tree planting, oyster preservation and visit school of wood in Japan.

 

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