World Insights | JCI Myanmar National President: HK’s global impact inspires potential for youth
The future world is in great need of talent. For a highly developed business city like Hong Kong, the talent pool will determine its future direction.
Junior Chamber International (JCI) in Myanmar is a NGO with a bottoms-up development aiming at creating chances of development for the youth from the ages of 18 to 40.
Mr. Sebastian Pun, National President of JCI Myanmar, originally from Hong Kong, has been dedicated to nurturing young talent in the country. Although Myanmar is currently unstable, he and the Chamber are still trying to do their best to create chances for youth to develop.
In Mr. Pun’s opinion, despite the tempest and the impact of the epidemic, HK is still a global city that can breed talent. After attending the JCI Hong Kong conference, Mr. Pun said he would recommend his foreign friends to come to HK - a vibrant city.
What kind of organization is JCI? How does it nurture young talent? How does the future of Hong Kong relate to talent? Watch the video for more information.