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Books for Asia Donates to Cambodia-Korea Cooperation Centre Library

June 3, 2015

Feature box 6-3-15In partnership with the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), The Asia Foundation’s Books for Asia donated books to the newly established library of the Cambodia-Korea Cooperation Centre. Located at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, The CKCC library houses more than 5,000 books from Korean organizations. “Books for Asia… is aimed at empowering future Asian leaders and infusing young students with a love for reading,” said KOICA Representative Baek Sook Hee. The Foundation will be a long-term partner, helping CKCC fulfill its vision of 20,000 books. The current donation focuses on management, business, and technology. Read more about Books for Asia in Cambodia.


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