Our second session will feature EWC students: including Shintaro Taniguchi discussing the upcoming EWCPA election, Sabhyta Sabharwal talking about sustainability and recycling, Muzamil Mahgoub Yahia Mohamed calling for articles and artwork for the new EWC Wall Magazine, Phani Kumar introducing this fall’s APLP program, and the Likok Pulo Dancers led by Anis Hamidati with a dance performance. WES participants will meet in groups for the first time and take part in icebreaker activities.
"The EWCPA Board proudly takes responsibility for charting a future for our special community here at the EWC. In line with the EWCPA Constitution, this future will consist of an EWC participant community which comes together across country lines, cultural lines, and program lines to live, learn, share, and experience culture, diversity, thoughts, arts, knowledge, music, talents and ohana with few distinctions made between programs or countries. Our board mission is to help foster an Asia-Pacific community that can work together productively, and to promote harmony among nations. The overriding goals of student advocacy, promoting culture, and developing community spirit will pervade all activities of the EWCPA."
"Although the United States carries less than 5% of the world's population, we create more waste than almost any other country. Yikes! Let's learn about what we can do as individuals — and as a community — to live more sustainably and take care of our beautiful environment. We will share facts and advice on how to keep our EWC community as green as can be."
EWC Magazine by Muzamil
Recycling at EWC by Sabhyta
APLP by Phani Kumar
EWCPA by Shintaro