23 Malaysian teens off to Japan

Atty (seated,second from left),Education Ministry fully residential school management division head Aidie Jantan (seated,fourth from left) and Orikasa (on Aidie’s left) with participants of the Asia Kakehashi Project 2019 at the reception held at the Japanese ambassador’s residence in Kuala Lumpur. — Photos: P. NATHAN/The Star

TEENAGER Luqman Hakim is excited to be one of 23 Malaysians selected for the Asia Kakehashi Project 2019 – a student exchange programme to Japan.

Luqman said he planned to share the beauty of the Malay pantun with his hosts.

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