I’m Sarah Wang from China University. After graduation from high school, I worked as a waitress in a local restaurant. This unforgettable job opportunity had provided me with the experience in dealing with money and kittle customers as well as developing my communication skills, sense of responsibility, and my determination to carry on with higher education! What’s more important, talking to and working with other waitresses and chefs who are almost at my age, I began to realize how these people, who gets a low pay due to a lack of knowledge, are struggling for survival at the bottom of the society.
Majoring in diplomacy now, which from my perspective, refers not only to the relationship between countries but also that among human beings, I’m desperate to become a distinguished political leader, which requires a thorough understanding of people from all the related regions, to ameliorate the situation of young people. Had I been given the chance of living and studying in the US for several months, I would endeavor to be compatible with the different cultural and political atmosphere, thus helping my further study of International Relationships as well as contributing to my political career.
I am the top student of my department with the overall GPA ranking first in my class. Considering the exquisite analytical and organizational skills involved in both my coursework and beyond, I’m engaging in a project doing research on Confucius Institute and the soft power behind it. It will be absolutely brilliant for the project if I can study abroad and feel the impact of Confucius Institute by person.
I also have spent my time productively on extracurricular activities. Jogging daily as a regular habit, I’ve equipped myself with a strong body and energetic mind. As the saying goes, there’s no boundary for sports, I would love to play and compete with foreign teenagers, communicating with them using the language of sports. Having played a main role in