Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
Hi guys im mora from Jakarta Indonesia. Im a student of Inernational Relation of Diponegoro University Semarang. This is my second semester in college.
I like to talk with people and im a good listener as well. I watch movies a lot. Dream to be a NEWYORKER. I kinda dedicate my self to live and be a successful woman in NY. Hollywood always be my favorite.
I hope by joining this worth contest i can get more experience by meeting and having a good relation with people from another country and knowledge about world wide's issues also to put more concern about everything around me. I also hope i can get more friends from around the world.
This is such a big opportunity for me because i always dream about NewYork and how great my life would be if i can reach my dream.
Invite me and lets share everything :)
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