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YONSEI-KEIO-RIKKYO-FUDAN LEADERSHIP FORUM 2011
YONSEI DELEGATE APPLICATION FORM 이름 | 모희 | 영문이름 | Mao Xi | | 전화번호 | 010-9598-1279 | 이메일 | mxwdc1@live.cn | | 학번 | 2009122063 | 전공 | 경영학과 | |

언어수준 | (학습기간, 구사수준, 공인자격시험성적등을자유롭게기재해주십시오) | 영어 | 중급이라고 생각하며 일반 컴뮤니케이션 구사 수준 | 중국어 | 중국사람이어서원어민수준입니다. | 일본어 | | 기타 | 연세대한국어학당에서1-6급전정규교육과정에졸업. |

Self-Introduction and RemarksPlease write briefly about your personality and your motivation to apply for YKRF 2011 (in English) | I am Mao xi, 22 years old, ethnic Han, Chinese. I was born in Hengyang city, Hunan Province. I visited Shiga county Rittoshi City Osaka City and Kyoto City in Japan at 2002 as one of representative of Hengyang city. That is the first time for me to go outside my home country and have the direct communication with foreign students. The good manner and smartness of Japanese students impressed me very much. At the same time, I also noticed that the distance between China and Japan, and I also felt the huge responsibility on my shoulder. After graduation at 2007 from high school, I came to Korean University and start my Korean language study. After one and a half year study, from totally stranger of this language, till now can communicate fluently, it is an uneasy but interesting and a journey full of memory. From the beginning of “hello” till making “Bebambob”,till climbing the seolak mountain, it is just like exploring a new world. I graduated from 2009, and accepted by Yeonsei University. I met a lot of friends here, start my major study, and on the process step by step to my life goal. I have special interests on economy and politics. I have been selected as team leader for politic course. As a student majored in economic and management, I would like to have a view from Korean to analyze the issues in these fields. I have a firm character and always courage myself by this words:…...

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