We report a CO(3-2) detection of 23 molecular clouds in the extended ultraviolet (XUV) disk of the spiral galaxy M83 with ALMA. The observed 1 kpc2 region is at about 1.24R25 from the disk center, where CO(2-1) was previously not detected. The detection and non-detection, as well as the level of star formation (SF) activity in the region, can be explained consistently if the clouds have the mass distribution common among Galactic clouds, such as Orion A - with star-forming dense clumps embedded in thick layers of bulk molecular gas, but in a low-metallicity regime where their outer layers are CO-deficient and CO-dark. The cloud masses, estimated from CO(3-2), range from 8.2×102 to 2.3×104M⊙. The most massive clouds appear similar to Orion A in SF activity as well as in gas mass. The common cloud mass structure also justifies the use of high-J CO transitions to trace the total gas mass of clouds, or galaxies, even in the high-z universe. This study is the first demonstration that CO(3-2) is an efficient tracer of molecular clouds even in low-metallicity environments. This study is published in the Astronomical Journal, entitled "First Detection of the Molecular Cloud Population in the Extended Ultraviolet (XUV) Disk of M83" by J. Koda, L. Watson, F. Combes, M. Rubio, S. Boissier, M. Yagi, D. Thilker, A. M Lee, Y. Komiyama, K. Morokuma-Matsui, and C. Verdugo.