Eighteen Korean students and 4 teachers from HAJA school, Seoul city, South Korea have paid a visit to SAW school, a migrant school in Mae Sot on January 14, 2014.
The students from HAJA School, which was opened in 2001, have paid friendly visits to Burmese migrant schools and the refugees’ camps in the borders near Mae Sot since 2010. The Korean teachers taught SAW students how to get along each other and work together among the different people from different backgrounds. When asked why they came to the migrant schools, a Korean student said, “We come here to tie the social relationship between Burmese students and us. We can also share our vision and thoughts each other. This visit will hold our friendly relationship stronger and to communicate more.”
Then, the Korean students had visited to SAW orphan house. They also have the plans to visit to the community base organizations, other migrant schools and refugees’ camps in the borders.