My name is Mila. I’m a student from WZU university. For me, it’s a very precious opertunity to have this intership. I hope that in these five months, I can observe the different types of teaching methods between Taiwan and Japan, and combining personal experiences with Japanese educational culture, at last, comes out with motivational courses. When having the class, I will add creative ideas and interesting activities to let students experience the diversity of learning.
Besides, there are something important to me and I want to do: Not only learn Japanese traditions, cultures, languages, and lifestyles, but also meet local friends or family to exchange valuable ideas. In my free time, I want to travel and be outdoors.
Last but not least, I wish I can be an influential teacher to educate, at the same time learning things from students. “Seize the moment. To learn, to experience, and to cherish.”
I am Carol, from Taiwan. I came to this beautiful country, Japan, for an internship. My main goals at Ube Industrial High School include a couple of key visions. Firstly, I hope to encourage students to be more willing to actively learn English and improve their ability to communicate in English. Through curriculum design and teaching materials, I aim to provide more opportunities for students to practice their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in English. Secondly, I aim to facilitate cultural exchange. Both Japan and Taiwan are incredibly beautiful countries, and I hope students will be willing to proactively learn about Taiwanese culture and share their traditional Japanese culture with us.
ジアンさん（Liu Zhong Xian、ナンヤンポリテクニック3年）
Hello, I’m Lim Zhong Xian, 22 years old, and I’m embarking on a journey to Japan with two goals: higher education at the National Institute of Technology and immersing myself in Japanese culture.
Academically, I’m passionate about expanding my knowledge, and Japan’s top-notch education system offers the ideal platform. I’m eager to excel in my chosen field.
Beyond academics, I’m equally excited about diving into Japanese culture, from festivals to local cuisine. I believe true cultural immersion comes from building connections with locals.
I’ll strive to balance academics with exploration, keeping an open mind and documenting my experiences. Thank you for your support, and I look forward to sharing my adventures in Japan.
My name is Yeo Darren, and I am a third-year student at Nanyang Polytechnic in Singapore. I am glad for the opportunity to spend three months in Japan. I aim to improve my professional knowledge and abilities during the next three months. I aim to learn in the Japanese workplace and interact with individuals from various cultural backgrounds. This internship is a great chance for me to obtain hands-on experience at a Japanese firm. Through this internship, I hope to gain a better understanding of Japanese corporate culture and working norms while also improving my language abilities. Interning in Japan also allows me to have a deeper understanding of the country’s culture and way of life.
ヌラさん（Nura Farhatin bie Sahalan、ナンヤンポリテクニック3年）
Hello my name is Nura, 20 years old, and I am excited to be here. I’m a final year student from Nanyang Polytechnic in Singapore studying Electronic & Computer Engineering and I am participating in this exchange programme to explore the Japanese culture, experience the different teaching techniques here and expand my knowledge. I hope to learn more about my field of study here as Japan’s technology is very much advanced. I am looking forward to meeting everyone & making new connections.
ユーさん（Ee Wen Xuan、ナンヤンポリテクニック3年）
Hello, I’m Ee Wen Xuan, 22 years old, and I’m here in Japan with two goals: To further my studies in the National Institute of Technology as well as learn and interact with Japanese customs and culture.
Academically, I’m eager to learn new things for my education and Japan’s system offers the most ideal education I could hope for. I’m incredibly excited to excel in my given field of expertise.
Other than my studies, I’m extremely excited about immersing myself with Japanese culture, from the festivities and localities such as the food and customs. As I hope to create new connections with the locals, I am convinced that I would be able to understand deeper into Japanese culture.
I look forward towards my 3 months stay in Japan, balancing my studies with my exploration of Japan.