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2- Various positions


CSAJ Year-End Party 2016

Thank you very much for attending our year-end party on 24th December and for making this party a wonderful one. We hope you had a lot of fun with our Cambodian and Japanese friends.

After all the hard work and striving for studies, exams, reports, thesis and job for the whole year, finally the year is coming to an end soon. CSAJ would like take this chance to wish you all a very happy new year!

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Result of CSAJ-Kanto Presidential Election

Congratulations to Mr. NOP Visal on being elected as the President of CSAJ-Kanto in 2017. He is officially the new president and his term will commence on 1st January 2017.

The presidential election was held on 24th December 2016. Mr. NOP Visal made a presentation of his background, visions and plan to lead CSAJ-Kanto for the benefits of students in Japan, for contributing to education sector in Cambodia through charity projects as well as for promoting Cambodian culture and society as a whole. Because he was the only one presidential candidate running for this election, the voters voted for and against his presidency. As a result, he received 100% support.

Finally, under his motto (which is a Khmer saying) “នៅផ្ទះម្តាយទីទៃ នៅព្រេម្តាយតែមួយ”, he expressed his strong commitment to work for CSAJ-Kanto and called for all the students and stakeholders to continue to support CSAJ-Kanto during his term in 2017.

Please find Mr. NOP Visal’s manifesto here.

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Invitation to CSAJ events on 24th December 2016

CSAJ would like to invite you all to join the following two events to be held at Furuishiba Cultural Center on Saturday, 24th December 2016.

1- CSAJ General Assembly/Presidential Election for CSAJ-Kanto
Time: 14:00-16:30
Entrance fee: Free
Why join?

  • Listen to presentation on CSAJ activities during 2016
  • Chance to express your ideas to improve our student association
  • Vote for president of CSAJ-Kanto 2017

Who: All Cambodian students in Japan are invited to join.

*No advanced registration is needed for this session. Just come right away!

2- CSAJ Year-End Party 2016
Time: 18:30-21:30
Entrance fee: 1500¥ (free for new students who came this Fall semester)
Why join?

  • A variety of food and drinks will be served
  • Meet friends, social networking/chat
  • Playing games (with gifts)
  • Dance
  • Lucky draw (surprising gifts)

Who: Everyone (students and non-students) are invited to join.

*For smooth preparation of food and drinks, if you wish to join the year-end party we would like to ask you to register though ONE of the following methods by 20th December, 2016:

  1. Click going in our Facebook event:
  2. Fill in the google form:


Furuishiba Cultural Center:
Address: Furuishiba 2-13-2, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0045 (〒135-0045 東京都江東区古石場2-13-2)
Access: 10-minute walk from JR Keiyo Line “Etchujima Station” Exit 3.
10-munute walk from Tokyo Metro Tozai Line “Monzennakacho Station” Exit 2 & “Kiba Station” Exit 4.

Click here to download the detailed programs of the events.


Looking for Presidential Candidates for CSAJ-Kanto 2017

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

First of all, CSAJ-Kanto (or CSAK) Executive Committee (ExCom) 2016 would like to say thank for your support so far. The term of office for president is only one year, and for this year it will end in about 2 months (until 31st December 2016). Therefore, we are now looking for candidates to run for new presidential election of CSAJ-Kanto to be held on 24th December 2016. If you are interested in becoming the president of CSAJ-Kanto, please do not hesitate to apply.


  • Current students studying in Kanto Region of Japan
  • Stay in Japan until 31st December 2017

How to apply

  • Make a manifesto indicating your personal information/background, reasons for applying, and your plan to lead CSAJ-Kanto. Here are examples of previous manifesto for your reference (you can find more on CSAJ website):

Election process

    • All the presidential candidates must come to make a presentation of your manifesto
    • Cambodian students who join the election will vote.
    • The election will be held as follows:
      • Date: Saturday, 24th December 2016
      • Time: 14:00 – 16:30
      • Place: Furuishiba Cultural Center (古石場文化センター)
      • Address: Furuishiba 2-13-2, koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0045
      • Access :  10-minute walk from JR Keiyo Line “Etchujima Station”
        10-munute walk from Tokyo Metro Tozai Line “Monzennakacho” & “Kiba” Station
      • Program:

14:00~14:30 Hall preparation
14:30~15:00 Arrival of the guests
15:00~15:30 Presentation (summary of CSAK/CSAJ activities)
15:30~15:45 Feedbacks for improvement
15:45~16:30 New presidential candidates’ presentation and Election

Note: The newly elected president of CSAJ-Kanto will be responsible for establishing a new ExCom 2017 by himself/herself.

Should you have any question regarding the presidential election and/or CSAJ-Kanto’s activities, please contact us by email: or (President of CSAJ 2016).

About CSAJ:

CSAJ is composed of five regional associations, namely CSAJ-Kanto (or CSAK), KSAK (Kansai), CSAN (Nagoya), ACSK (Kyushu), CSAH (Hiroshima). The president of CSAJ will be elected from the 5 presidents of regional associations. For 2016, the president of CSAK was elected as president of CSAJ. For more info, please see our website:

We are looking forward to your challenge to make our Cambodian student community better.

CSAJ-Kanto Executive Committee 2016

Cambodia Festival 2016 successfully completed

Cambodian Students Association in Japan has a great honor to co-organize the Cambodian Festival 2016 with the NPO Cambodian Community in Japan and the Royal Embassy of Cambodia in Japan.

The festival was celebrated at Yoyogi Park on 7th and 8th May and has successfully completed with a great number of Japanese, Cambodian and foreign visitors.
For more details:

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Khmer New Year Party on Sunday, 10 April (18:30-21:30)

Cambodian Students Association in Japan in Kanto area would like to invite everyone to join Khmer New Year Party on Sunday, 10 April (18:30-21:30). Please come and enjoy together. For more details, please see the attached flyers.

Facebook Event:



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