Sabah Al-Ahmad Center for Giftedness and Creativity (SACGC), founded by Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences, will organize on September 1 a seven-day cultural tourist trip to South Korea for outstanding high school students as an appreciation for their distinctiveness.
Dr. Omar Al-Bannai, the General Manager of the SACGC, told KUNA that the administration has prepared a schedule full of cultural, tourist and educational events for the students, noting that the center is working to strengthen its role in providing the right environment to take care of its talented and creative members.
The trip, which comes as part of the center's activities and programs, aims to build a culture of creativity and develop skills of the talented young Kuwaitis, Al-Bannai added.
The program includes visits to the headquarters of the presidential residence of the Republic of South Korea, Gallery of Samsung, entertainment city and the Korean Folk Village that represent Korea's history in addition to vesting pottery village.
It also includes visits to Museum of Science, Seoul Tower, some commercial markets, the Pusan National University, specifically science department, some islands and a number of tourist attractions.
The center seeks to create a sense of pride in the community in order to achieve goals. It also devotes special care for the talented and provide the necessary support to them.
Al-Bannai said the center also seeks to build a culture of talent and creativity "in our society through the creation of an interactive environment including workshops, conferences, debates and public contests and provide the opportunities for citizens to realize challenges."