Roxana Radu, ACCESS Alumna 2017: One of the interesting parts of this exchange year is that you have to present your country

November, 16 2017

One of the most interesting parts of this exchange year is that you have to present your country. It is an awesome experience. I felt so proud to tell about my culture, traditions, cuisine, music and dance, lifestyle, history and other things. In order to do my presentation better, I bought some Moldovan sweets. All of them listened very carefully and gave me questions)
I've never felt so proud before being Moldovan.
This week is going to be unforgettable because I'm going to present my country to
a lot of people.
International experience is very important for every exchange student and not only for them. You can share your lifestyle and see a new one. It might change you a lot, as it changed me. I started to have new perspectives on life; I am more responsible because I am an ambassador of my country!
Every single day I feel some changes in me, I feel how I become more flexible. Can't mention that my English is much better now than it was just when I came. Looking forward to new challenges.

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