ASEACCU IDENTITY

Who we are. What we do. Why we do it.

These are some of the most powerful reasons why we do these things. Your client doesn’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it. Even if you can write 1000 words per hour, it would still take guts to start writng. Most people will not even try, even if it means they won’t get the chance, many are still afraid of failure. At ASEACCU we step up to the challenge. We dare go where no one goes. Instead of just following norms, we set our own standards of professionalism. We redefine ambition and sacrifice. This is the way Jesus did it, and this is the way we’ll be doing it. Through servant leadership, faith and hard-work, we aim to change the world.

 

The purpose of the organization is to promote Catholic higher education and to be a support for the local Churches. ASEACCU also aims to contribute to educational dialog on an international level beyond the Southeast and East Asian region.

 

For more information about previous ASEACCU Conferences, please visit Nanzan University.

Jan 16,2017

ASEACCU 2016 Academic Forum Paper Abstracts

Promoting the Culture of Encounter: A Reflection on the Importance of Family and School for Developing an Ethics of Ecology in Japanese Society (Dr Michael Polito -Sophia University, Tokyo) The family as a basic unity of society should be the first one to make children aware of ecological education which teaches respect for life and […]

Jan 12,2017

ASEACCU 2017 CONFERENCE: All Roads Lead to Assumption University, Bangkok

Rich in culture, tradition, and mysticism and renowned for its flourishing commercial and business district, Bangkok, one of the world’s top tourist destinations, will be the site where administrators, students, and scholars from Catholic higher learning institutions in the Southeast and East Asian region will converge. At the heart of Bangkok is Assumption University, the […]

Dec 5,2016

ASEACCU EXECUTIVE BOARD Meets at Assumption University, Bangkok Thailand

The members of the ASEACCU Executive Board composed of Rev. Fr. Herminio Dagohoy, O.P. (Phlippines), Dr. Kuncoro Foe (Indonesia), Mr. Glen Chatelier (Thailand), Prof. Takashi Hayashita (Japan), Rev. Fr. Choi Jun Gui (Korea), Dr. Chou Shieu-Ming (Taiwan), and Prof. Peta Sanderson (Australia) had a meeting last November 7, 2016 at the Assumption University in Bangkok […]

Nov 29,2016

ASEACCU 2016 Conference celebrates culture, faith and care for our common home.

Student delegates outside Notre Dame’s Nulungu Chapel. Welcome Reception – Lilibeth Arcena, Fiona Samantha Ajoc, John Chin, Professor Peta Sanderson and Anitra Yu. The gift of multiculturalism, celebrating new friendships, exploring faith-based perspectives of Indigenous values and traditions, and a trip to the famous Cable Beach were highlights of the 2016 ASEACCU Conference, hosted by […]

Jun 9,2016

Broome

Broome is a traveler’s paradise with its pristine waters, wide empty beaches, abundant wildlife, breathtaking colors, and rich history, which attracts thousands of visitors each year. A unique town, located on a vast peninsula, Broome is one of the last great wildernesses that provide the ultimate sense of adventure for there is so much to […]

Jun 9,2016

Notre Dame of Australia – Broome Campus (host of ASEACCU Conference)

The goals of the University of Notre Dame Australia include the provision of university education, within the context of Catholic faith and values; and the provision of an excellent standard of teaching, scholarship and research, training for the professions; and pastoral care for its students. The establishment of the Broome campus is central to Notre […]