• International Student
  • TWCU
  • What was your most memorable/impressive experience?
    In Japan, there are underground railways and overground railways. Before I knew about Jorudan (an application to search which line I should use and where to transfer), I always got lost in the station. Despite the complex train system and the massive population in Tokyo area, people are very patient and well-behaved. They wait for everyone on the train to get off before getting on.
  • What skill did you gain the most (academically or socially)?
    Before I came to Japan, I used to be a shy girl who never participated in group activities nor stood in front of people delivering speech. But after coming here, due to the wonderful study environment and various activities (part-time job, cultural exchange party, elementary school visits...), I'm not shy anymore and I'd love to make speeches and presentations in front of the crowd.
  • What are you putting your most effort into right now?
    I want to be a mathematics teacher after graduated university. I'm learning about teaching skills at university. After school, I go to a volunteer center where I teach Math for junior high school students 3-4 times a week. Sometimes, they also ask me about English. The children are very nice. We have a lot of fun there. The more I teach, the more I love teaching and I want to become a teacher. I'm the only Vietnamese at the volunteer center so the children and the other staff also ask me about Vietnam. I'm really happy every times they ask and I answer them everything they want to know.