Kenya Community in Korea is running a project to collect and compile academic papers (Thesis/ dissertations/ journal articles/ conference papers) authored by KCK members, former and current. The idea of creating a “big book” is to make these papers available and accessible to researchers, future students and policy makers Continue reading
In 2012 Loyanae set the course record of 2:05:37 and none until today has run faster in this race.
Another Kenyan Felix Kipchirchir Kiprotich improved his personal best by just one minute minute to take second place in 2:06:59, while compatriot Jacob Kibet was third Continue reading
The world is expected to grow 3.2 percent in 2015 and 3.7 percent next year after expanding 3.3 percent in each of the past two years, according to a Bloomberg survey of economists. China, the Philippines, Kenya, India and Indonesia, which together make up about 16 percent of global gross domestic product, are all forecast to grow more than 5 percent in Continue reading
Independence Movement Day falls on March 1st. On this day Koreans remember people who rose up to protest the Japanese rule over Korea. Japan won the wars against China in 1895, and against Russia in 1905. Then Japan threatened the Korean government and made Korea a part of Japan illegally with powerful force. In 1910 Korea lost all of its rights as an independent country and Japanese rule over Korea started officially.
On March 1st, 1919, Koreans rose up all together to protest the Japanese rule and declared Korea as an independent country. In Seoul 33 national representatives read the independence declaration a famous writer prepared. In Cheonan, Gyeonggido, Yu Gwan Sun led the independence movement there, and she died in the prison.
DAEGU February 24: His Excellency Ambassador Mohamed Gello visited Kyungpook National University and met two Kenyan graduate students, Diana Rop and Regina Home (both members of KCK Daegu Branch). He was welcomed by the office of the university’s president.
The new ambassador emphasized on the importance of enhancing the relationship between Kenyan and Korea specifically in terms of educational institutions. He mentioned that East Continue reading
Kenya Community in Korea (KCK) officially welcomed their new ambassador, H.E. Mohamed Gello, on February 20th, 2015. In his first address to Kenyans in Korea, Amb. Gello commended KCK for being organized and focused. He reiterated the importance of unity and progress.
The new envoy who recently arrived in Seoul from UAE also encouraged Kenyans to Continue reading
We celebrate him and wish him well in his future endeavors. We also welcome the new Ambassador and his team Continue reading