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Alina Bostan, ACCESS Alumni 2017: "I truly enjoyed to make the presentation for all the Seniors from my school and now I am looking for the next one! "

November, 17 2017

''Despite of the fact that Moldova is a "teeny, tiny, little" country, as all my American friends like to say, It was a big pleasure to be an ambassador of it and to share a lot of interesting things, followed by a lot of questions from "hungry" students willingly to feed themselves with more information about my county, which I am very proud of and which is the most beloved place in the world! I truly enjoyed to make the presentation for all the Seniors from my school and now I am looking for the next one!

‚ÄčInternational Education Week for me, was a great opportunity to introduce Moldovan culture to American culture, by showing the myriad of differences, along with similarities between them. Also, this event is very important because it unites people and gives a different perspective on seeing things in a different way and from different corners of the world.''

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