Turning to multicultural societies is comparatively recent experience of East Asian countries, such as Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. Due to the rapid increase of immigration our next generation will have a genuine multicultural age facing many challenges and difficulties. Thus, today is the critical time to prepare for the formation of harmonious future societies which will be capable of accommodating cultural differences. One of key agendas is how to raise migrant children and youths as healthy citizens. They possibly become either beneficiaries of multiculturalism and thus guardians of multicultural societies or victims to provoke anti-multiculturalism in the worst case. We will attempt to look into the present practices to offer resources and programs to migrant children and youths in Korea and Japan, and what will be focused in the project is how to synthesize all the possible efforts. The families, schools, communities, NPOs, and governments are relevant agencies to educate migrant children and youth. The collaboration of the subjects is essential for successful practices. We would like to look into who and how weaves the diverse resources, requests, practices, and the like.