Call for Japanese Film Festival 2017 Volunteers!

The Japanese Film Festival will bring plenty of inspirable, enjoyable and popular Japanese films to JFF 2017! Our 3rd edition is coming soon so we’re looking for passionate, commitment, hardworking volunteer crew. Be part of JFF2017 by join this exciting event with us: Protocol Team Ticketing Team Hall Coordinator Team Questionnaire Assistance Team Publicity material

U14 GFA Soriya International Tournament 2017

“U14 GFA Soriya International Tournament 2017”, organised byGlobal Football Soriya and The Japan Foundation Asia Center Phnom Penh Liaison Office, was concluded successfully. 8 teams came from Cambodia and Singapore to join the tournament. The Japan Foundation Asia Center widens the circle of exchanges among players of “Football Culture” and conducts projects for human resource

Call for Applications! HANDs! Project

HANDs! Project 2017 – 2018 for Disaster and Environmental Education + Creativity [For Cambodian Nationality] Application Deadline: July 18, 2017 The HANDs! (Hope and Dreams) Project is a human resource development program sponsored by the Japan Foundation Asia Center. The Project was created as a place for mutual learning, sharing knowledge, and cooperating to solve

Calling for Japan Foundation Asia Center Grant & Fellowship Programs

The Japan Foundation Asia Center conducts and supports collaborative initiatives with its Asian—primarily ASEAN—counterparts. Through interacting and working together in Japanese-language education, arts and culture, sports, and grassroots and intellectual exchange, the Asia Center pursues to develop the sense of kinship and coexistence as neighboring inhabitants of Asia. Grant and Fellowship programs are offered for

Final Workshop of Khmer AsiAnimation

Social Compass and the Japan Foundation Asia Center Phnom Penh had a final workshop of Khmer AsiAnimation at Royal University of Fine Arts on 8 Oct. Mr. Haruki Kasugamori, animation director, came from Japan to give students a lecture on animation. And also H.E. Mrs. Phoeurng Sackona – Minister of Culture and Fine Arts, visited