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What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
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As a founder of my school's International Circle, I am interested in human rights. I recently went on a volunteer trip to Cambodia to teach students in a village. I hope to learn more about human rights so through this network so I can contribute more to the world.

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Cambodia Post #2

Posted on August 29, 2013 at 11:30am 0 Comments

This picture was also taken at Yosimasa School. My friend is playing a Japanese hand game with her Cambodian students. They seemed to be having lots of fun.

Name: Aoi Nakazawa

School: Makuhari Senior High School



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At 8:53am on November 2, 2019, pinyin chen chen said…

私の名前はピンチェンです。私はタイで生まれ育ちました。母は韓国出身で、父はタイ出身ですが、フィリピンに留まり、彼のビジネスのほとんどは彼が死ぬまでです。 私はあなたに私のメールに返信してほしいと思います


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