About Us

Due to the number of students from Asia-pacific region has been increasing every year, so we decided to establish the Asia-Pacific Students association in order for students to come together and cerebrate cultures.
Recently, the Association counts more than 70 members – students from Thailand, Laos, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, India, and Papua New Guinea Etc. But not only native students can join – we are happy to welcome everyone, so please don’t hesitate to join us!

How does it work?

Our actions and goals:

  • Promoting and strengthening the awareness of Asia-Pacific cultures to everyone.
  • Empowering the students with the attitude of serving their countries willingly
  • Reserving a place for the students to illustrate their talents, by organizing various
    kinds of activities, such as trips, events, contests, conferences, national days, many
    more!
How does it work?

Our projects

  • Celebration of the diversity Days: We are planning to organize the Asia-Pacific cultural days for all students to show their talents.
  • Trips around Poland: Gdańsk, Łódź, Ełk. The students who join our association will have an opportunities to visit the cities mention above to get to know Poland better from a local places
  • Seminar Events: We plan to invite ambassador for a seminar to Vistula University in order to talk about some productive topic.
  • Cultural days: there will be a cultural days shows from each country for a students to promote their countries to everyone, such as Thailand day, Malaysia day, Vietnam day, and so on.
Our projects
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