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Studying Political Science in the Philippines. Interested in disarmament the most, although interested in sustainable development, environmental conservation, and green tech too. Hoping to learn a lot and make new friends :)
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Hello.my name is Miho Suzuki,Im from Japan,I attend this event,I m studing in China.but my English so bad,but I want to make friend with you,because I want to go to Philippines,If you can contact with me,pls give me message~!thanks~!
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