ASEAN-Korea Academic Essay Contest

The ASEAN-Korea Centre organized the ‘2020 ASEAN-Korea Academic Essay Contest’ together with the Korea National Diplomatic Academy and CSIS Indonesia. The event was also supported by the ASEAN Secretariat, ASEAN University Network and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea. A total of 112 essay submissions were received from the 10 ASEAN member states and Korea. After review by the evaluation committee, 10 entries, including 1 Grand Prize, 2 Second Prizes, 3 Third Prizes and 4 Special Recognitions were selected as winning papers.

Prize Winners Title of Winning Essays
Grand Prize Yanminn Yong
(Malaysia)
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Lee Hock Chye
(Singapore)
Digital on Digital: Strengthening ASEAN-ROK digital-economic cooperation via integrated platforms
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Second Prize Calista Chong
(Singapore)
The Defining Decade of Digitalisation: New Frontiers in ASEAN-Korea Digital Cooperation
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Choi Myungjin
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Yoo Jieun
(Korea)
ASEAN-ROK Digital Cooperation in Virtual Tourism During and After the COVID19 Pandemic: Prospects and Implications
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Third Prize Nam Hyun Jin
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Kim Youngheon
(Korea)
ASEAN and Korea in the Post-COVID-19 Era: Cooperation in Producing VR Cultural Tourism Contents from the Perspective of Digital Humanities
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Michael Ostique
(Philippines)
Digitalization and International Trade in Services: Probing Country and Sector-Level Indicators to Optimize the Impact of the ASEAN-Korea Partnership
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Hoang Hai Yen
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Le Thi Minh Doan
(Viet Nam)
Korea-ASEAN E-commerce Partnership in the Post-COVID19 Era: Towards New Potentials
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Special Recognition Choi Heera
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Jeong Hyunsoo
(Korea)
Narrowing the ASEAN Cultural Gap Using ICT:

Korea-ASEAN Virtual Gallery

Ellyati Priyanka
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Nida Irmanti
(Indonesia)
Mapping & Predicting Potentials of Blockchain Cooperation between Soth Korea and Indonesia in light of Post-COVID19
Bora Bormeysophoan
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Chey Nalin
(Cambodia)
ASEAN-Korea Digital Partnership in the Post-COVID19 Era : ASEAN-ROK Digital Partnership in Smart City
Caroline Yong
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Siu Tzzy Wei
(Brunei)
Of Digital Divides and Paradigm Shifts: A Letter to the Future

 

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