ASEAN Now and the Future Connectivity and Economic Corridors
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Aired: November 06, 2017 (UTC)
Part One: The Overview
The opening program of the series, ASEAN Now and the Future – Connectivity and Economic Corridors, looks back over the history of cooperation for peace, stability, growth and prosperity between Japan and ASEAN, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and explains how the broadcasting stations of the four participating countries in this program production assistance project – Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar – tackled the program production work.
How did the production staff of each state broadcaster endeavor to depict the present situation and future of ASEAN? This program reviews the aims and production processes of each program in the series and includes previews of Parts Two through Five.
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