Country Participants of APRSAF-21
There are 72 students, 31 educators, and 17 Observers from 17 countries. List as below; Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam. Myanmar is the first time to participate the APRSAF Water Rocket Event.
The competitors from Cambodia for participating of APRSAF-21, Tokyo, Japan
1- Miss Leng Molyka
2- Mr. Chhort Chhoravuth
3- Miss Hay Sovannaroth
4- Miss Rith Puthnanitta
5- Miss Mao Muni Pichvatey
Group Photo on 29 November 2014 at Nihon University, Funabashi Campus
Activities of Primary and Secondary for Education
1- Educator Activities
2- Preparation for Launching
3- Student’s launching
Results of launching of APRSAF-21
The Working Group endorsed the results of the competition as follows:
First place .................. Mr. Nor Hafizi Bin Shaharudin (Malaysia) 98cm from the target
Second place ................ Mr. Taiki Fukumoto (Japan) 234cm from the target
Third place ................... Ms. Tomomi Yoshimura (Japan) 240cm from the target
Special Award .............. Ms. Tomomi Yoshimura (Japan) 665cm combined score from the target
Conclusion and recommendation
Space Science and technology sectors are limited and curricula of ministry of education youth and sports doesn’t have applied yet. Therefore, it is extra curriculum of private schools. We needed more support on the three factors materials, financial support and human resources for sustainable development in Cambodia.
* To further promote educational activities, using space as a tool, that will be beneficial for the human resources development of the next-generation.
* To continue to conduct the Water Rocket Event and Poster Contest as means to stimulate the interest and innovative thoughts of youth toward space and science technology.
* To continuously enhance and expand self-initiated activities (including seminars) so that each country can share space education materials they have developed, and encourage cooperation with international organizations and enterprises to conduct space educational activities.