“Youth Excursion is a best way to develop youth, because this event can combine and unite people from ASEAN countries to discuss our visions and missions to make ASEAN better.” Said Mr. Abdul Haris Hadi in Matic Malaysia
Youth Excursion collect young people from different regions and countries. They are selected youths who have good leadership skill and have strong initiative to learn about culture, entrepreneurship and leadership in Malaysia. They must prepare softskill and hardskill for facing ASEAN Economic Community or AEC.
“For prepare AEC competition, youth must have good education”,he said.
Because Education is the one that doing something constructive in our near future. It helps a person to show their best by their mind and spirit. It gives you a lot of knowledge in whatever aspects. Being educated and earning a professional degree prepares you to be a part in reputed organizations, companies or institutions. A person who gets good education will become good citizen, more dependable worker. Without education a person is incomplete, so education makes man a right thinker and a correct decision – maker.
In general, people have more interest in well-developed and economically-strong countries such as China, Japan, South Korea, the European Union or United States. However, when we talk about the AEC, we should know more about the values that the ten emerging ASEAN countries have. The South East Asian youths should spend more effort in learning and understanding the culture and history of the neighboring countries as this can enable the ASEAN population to better interact and collaborate in the future. One of the highlights for youth is that professionals have greater ease in moving to the other countries which results in tougher competition. It is undeniable that few countries are paying better and offering more room for improvement. Some efforts will go faster and bear quicker fruit than others; others will face more challenges and may be less crisply implemented. Still, we believe the future is clearly in favor of the AEC and that it offers clear opportunities and challenges that all businesses need to be thinking about and preparing for. Those who fail to do so, have no one to blame but themselves for missing out on a wonderful new opportunity for sales, investment and engagement with Asia