On September 20, Japan Future Leaders School held a two-hour online session to discuss how to transform society from ‘with COVID-19′ to ”post-COVID-19.’

In the session, Japanese high school students and the third-batch @asia_kakehashi students had in-depth discussions together. They discovered that their experience could generate new proposals.
For instance,
1) Young people are more interested in government actions when the pandemic occurs,
2) Cooperating with each other and sharing items and technology with other Asian countries are expected to regain social stability from a COVID-19 future.

Some Japanese students fully realized that English is essential for effective communication when they talk with people from other countries, which may raise motivation in learning English. For the third batch, vice versa. It was a fruitful experience and a significant impact for them to connect across Asia.

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