JASH Intern Minji Kang


My name is Minji and my dream is to be a global leader who can understand various cultures around the world. I thought it would be very special volunteering at JASH. As expected, I learned a lot of things about introducing one culture to another cultural area while I worked at JASH for four months. Everyone has their own way of looking at things. Right and wrong is subjective, we just have "Different Perspectives". I also learned a lot of things from JASH’s concept of teaching and it was a great experience for me to help JASH.

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