News — January 01, 2000

Experience the Inspiring TOYP Ceremony

One of the most motivating highlights of a JCI Congress is The Outstanding Young Persons of the World Ceremony (TOYP), during which JCI honors the brightest and best young achievers. The honorees will travel to World Congress to personally accept
One of the most motivating highlights of a JCI Congress is The Outstanding Young Persons of the World Ceremony (TOYP), during which JCI honors the brightest and best young achievers. The honorees will travel to World Congress to personally accept their awards. Delegates will have a chance to see the honorees and learn about their achievements and their unique courage and excellence. A special highlight of this year’s TOYP program will be the performance by classical pianist Hae-Jung Kim, the wife of JCI Vice President Henry C. Oh, Jr. Since her debut appearance at Lincoln Center at 14, Hae-Jun Kim has performed in an extraordinarily wide international arena which includes Japan, Canada, Hungary, Austria, Bulgaria, Spain, Greece, Switzerland, Korea, the United States, the former Soviet Union, China and Italy. Hae-Jung Kim is generously donating her performance at the Barcelona TOYP Ceremony in support of Junior Chamber.
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