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Cambodian wins JFTC Essay Competition 2007

December 14th, 2007 · No Comments

A Cambodian student has been awarded Prize of Excellence in the JFTC Essay Competition 2007 worth of 200,000 Japanese yens (or about 1,765 US dollars).

The competition is sponsored by Japan Foreign Trade Council, Inc. A total of 82 essays from 22 different countries were submitted for the competition this year, according to the selection committee. None of them was selected for the Grand Prize of 1,000,000 yens.

The Prize of Excellence was awarded to four participants, one of whom was Mr. HENG Dyna from Cambodia.

HENG Dyna, who speaks fluent English and Japanese and is doing his masters degree in Economics in Tokyo-based Hitotsubashi University, titled his submission “The Win-win-win Globalization and Japanese Companies.”

In his essay, he puts forth the compelling argument that Japan should skillfully combine its technology with global capital and developing countries’ human resources to build a win-win-win relationship among the three, according to the comment of the remarks by the selection committee.

Dyna’s essay submitted for the competition can be downloaded HERE in case the web page is removed for some reason!

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