Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am an ungraduate. My main subject is languages. I am currently studying English and I know a little Chinese. Moreover, I am planning to study French after graduating.
I am quite interesting in volunteering . I used to join in 2 volunteer club. However, I had to stop volunteer acting because of my studying and my part time job. I couln'd arrange my time to balance among studying, job and some volunteer acts.
My hobbies is movie, out acting, pets, children, paint, photograph and travel. After graduating, I really want to get a job in tourism or education. I like children and actually i am studying to become a teacher to teach English for children.
Besides, I am saviing money to travel. I wold like to travel to some countries which I can discover culture, food,.... and especially to open my mind, my eyes and get more friends all over the world :)
Is there any one who have hobbies like me ?
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