Inspirational learning journey in Tanzania

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  • Sunday, 30 Oct 2016

Chan (second from left, squatting) with the other members of the group who were on the trip to Tanzania.

THANKS to the J.C. Jacobsen Foundation in collaboration with the Carlsberg Bequest in Denmark, Charis Chan Wei Yenn was able to have an inspirational learning experience in Tanzania.

Chan who received a full scholarship, was on a three-week Young Global Pioneers (YGP) JOURNEY from July 31 to Aug 20.

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