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Education: A Last Chance

Andrew YoonSeoul International School Education: A Last ChanceThere is a girl in the rural areas of Western China, wiping crystal beads of sweat off her forehead as she cooks whatever’s left in the house for her siblings. She is cradled within the silence created by her parent’s absence, counting how many days remain until they return from their minimum-wage jobs in Beijing. Amidst the endless financial troubles and the fragmentation of her family, school simply was not an option. If destiny…See More
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Education: A Last Chance

Andrew YoonSeoul International School Education: A Last ChanceThere is a girl in the rural areas of Western China, wiping crystal beads of sweat off her forehead as she cooks whatever’s left in the house for her siblings. She is cradled within the silence created by her parent’s absence, counting how many days remain until they return from their minimum-wage jobs in Beijing. Amidst the endless financial troubles and the fragmentation of her family, school simply was not an option. If destiny…See More
Jan 1
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What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Democracy, Education, Ethics, Governance, Human Rights, Justice, Peace
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
Andy Yoon is a student in Seoul, South Korea. He hopes to be able to learn more about the vast number of issues society is experiencing, particularly in regards to human rights, and how a lasting change can be achieved.

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Education: A Last Chance

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Seoul International School 

Education: A Last Chance

There is a girl in the rural areas of Western China, wiping crystal beads of sweat off her forehead as she cooks whatever’s left in the house for her siblings. She is cradled within the silence created by her parent’s absence, counting how many days remain…

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