Asia Junior Championships - Debate (Summer Edition)
The Asia Junior Championships - Debate (Summer Edition), also known as the Asia Juniors (Summer), stands out as the paramount debating arena for the youngest talents across the Asia Pacific region, known and celebrated for its resolute commitment to nurturing eloquence and critical thinking among the emerging generation of debaters, Asia Juniors (Summer) consistently attracts a vibrant and diverse cohort. Each iteration sees more than 150 students actively participating, drawing from the intellectual reservoirs of nations spanning Australia, New Zealand, China, South Korea, Singapore, Japan, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, and various others throughout the region. The reigning champions of this competition are Jay Yoo (Seoul International School), Edward Kim (Seoul International School), and Ryan Cha (Yongsan International School of Seoul).
Previous editions of this event have been participated by various institutions, including:
Shaping articulate minds and dynamic leaders
Asia Juniors (Summer), with roots deeply embedded in a legacy of rich history and an unyielding commitment to excellence, stands as a beacon guiding the trajectory of the Asia Pacific region's future voices. This enduring legacy manifests as a tale of transformative encounters, where each rendition of the championships plays a crucial part in sculpting articulate minds and nurturing the development of dynamic leaders. As the championships endure over time, the legacy evolves into an ongoing narrative of lively discussions, nurturing not just eloquence and critical thinking but also instilling a sense of responsibility and global citizenship. The event transforms into a crucible for cultivating the potential of vibrant young minds, imparting values that extend beyond the confines of competition.