A Politeknik Brunei student pursuing a Diploma in Information Systems and Technology, RazlinebintiAbdRazak, left for Seoul, South Korea, for a 13-day ‘Youth Camp for Asia’s Future’, which is organised by the National Council of Youth Organisations in Korea.

This is the 10th edition of the camp that brings together youths between the ages of 18 and 24 years, from 24 countries in Asia.

The main objectives of the Camp are to provide opportunities to enhance mutual understanding between participants and to train the next-generation of global leaders for Asia.Razline is the president of her school’s Korean Club and is actively promoting better understanding of Korean culture among her peers.

She will be joining more than 100 Asian youths in Seoul, Jeonju, Gyeongju, and Jeju Island, where they will attend lectures,, participate in cultural exchange performances, ice-breaking and team-building activities as well as learning the basics of the Korean language and culture.