Former President Bill Clinton Meets TOMODACHI Youth in Osaka
February 4, 2013
Taking time out from his busy schedule, former President Bill Clinton met with young Japanese students at an event in Osaka on Feb. 3 to support the TOMODACHI Initiative. The President chatted with students and encouraged them to pursue their ambitions energetically.
The President briefly explained about his work as an ex-President and the goals of the Clinton Foundation. He talked about how all students in the group could themselves make their mark and fulfill their dreams. He challenged them and at the same time empowered them to make a difference in the world.
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President Clinton supports the TOMODACHI Initiative, which offers study abroad opportunities for Japanese youth.
President Clinton was very impressed with these students. He said that with young people like these, "Japan has a very bright future."