APNG Camp

APNG Camp is the camp for future Internet leaders in the Asia Pacific Region where AP seniors and the Next Generation learn and work together. Sharing information among community promotes to activate Next Generation (APNG) activity through APNG Camp.

The 1st APNG camp was held in Bangkok in 2002. Since its inception, we had successfully organized 14th camps. The most recent of which was held in Seoul, South Korea. The 10th APNG Camp was an important milestone in APNG history and achievements, as it continues to grow and achieve its success.

The camp serves as a place for opportunity of discussion for developing countries to challenge to create new Internet growth opportunities and also helps people to learn the Asian Perspective of the Internet. APNG Camp intends to foster multidisciplinary research including not only engineering but also non-engineering. APNG Camp is held at regular intervals in different international places as shown in the following slides.

Keeping the fact in our mind that the youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow, APNG and its camp activities are not only empowering the Next Generation who has the power of developmental assets and an innovative and fresh point of view on Internet Technology but also bonding and strengthening relationship among senior leaders and the youth to share and discuss over perspectives of today’s Internet in Asia Pacific.

APNG Camp Co-Chair(s)
Matthew Hui, Hong Kong
Kim Escobin, Philippines