Japanese Branch of Western Returned Scholars Association Chinese Overseas-Educated Scholars Association
The Japanese Branch of Western Returned Scholars Association Chinese Overseas-Educated Scholars Association (WRSA/COESA) is affiliated with the Chinese Overseas-Educated Scholars Association (COESA) and acts as an important bridge for contacting those who have returned to China after studying in Japan and for deepening their bonds.
The Japanese Branch of WRSA/COESA encourages friendship and exchange among former Chinese scholars who have completed their studies in Japan and are currently active and playing central roles in their respective fields. It also provides opportunities for exchange with people in various Japanese industry segments as well as with friendship organizations. Furthermore, it contributes to the great initiative of encouraging goodwill between Japan and China.
The major undertakings by the Japanese Branch of WRSA/COESA are as follows.
- Collaboration with Chinese students studying in Japan as well as with related organizations and provision of opportunities for exchange or collaboration in various fields including science and technology, economy, culture, education and medicine. In this way, it encourages current and former Chinese study-in-Japan students to contribute to the homeland.
- Provision of various economic consultation services for the development of the national and regional economy in China as well as the encouragement of economic exchange with Japan. The utmost effort is made in this regard, including sharing and developing ideas.
- Encouragement of exchange and friendship between current and former Chinese study-in-Japan students. This is carried out in various ways and through various channels and includes the reinforcement of academic exchange and the hosting of various entertaining activities.
- Provision of various services for current and former Chinese study-in-Japan students by reflecting their opinions and desires, protecting the legal interests of members and emphasizing the work and lives of members.
- Public recognition and fosterage of talented current and former Chinese study-in-Japan students and proactive referral of human resources.
- Proactive development of contact and exchange with Japanese agencies, organizations and people present in China, and the deepening of mutual understanding and goodwill through private-sector exchange.
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