Joungbihn Park
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Joungbihn Park is a student at International School Manila, located in the Philippines. She is highly interested in global issues, such as ameliorating education systems in developing countries. At the moment, she is designing a project that could aid young patients in drug rehabilitation centers in the Philippines. She hopes to enter the International Writing Essay Contest of Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.

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Is nationalism an asset or hindrance in today's globalized world?

Posted on January 1, 2017 at 12:59am 0 Comments

“The morning bell has rung, A new dawn has risen

Let us all get up and recreate our village”

Remove the thatched houses, broaden the road,

Trim a verdant hill

Let us all fight and work with iron will, rebuild our fatherland

Our liveable village, we create it ourselves”

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At 8:29am on November 2, 2019, pinyin chen chen said…

내 이름은 pinchen입니다. 태어 났고 태국에서 자랐습니다. 어머니는 한국 출신이고 아버지는 태국 출신이지만 필리핀에 머무르며 죽어 가기 전에 대부분의 사업을 수행하지만 우리는 다른 이야기를 할 수 있습니다. 시간 미소 나는 당신이 내 이메일에 답장을 보내길 원합니다
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