The Sino-Japanese Youth Conference 2016 was the continuation of a non-partisan conference organised by students and graduates from United World Colleges around the world.
The conference brought together 25 Chinese (15 from Mainland China and 10 from Hong Kong including me) and 15 Japanese secondary school students, aided by 30 facilitators, to Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong, from July 22 to July 28, 2016.
It provided a unique platform for Chinese and Japanese students to come together to engage in cultural understanding, historical interpretation, problem-solving and community service within the
framework of the Sino-Japanese relationship.
To me, the 7 days in SJYC made an irreversibly profound impact on my attitude towards learning and other different aspects.