Life to me means family and friends. They are people whom you can always count on and care for. I am blessed to have friends who truly care about me and give me advice when I need it. Generally, I am very positive-thinking and I always look at the bright side. In addition, "Never give up" is my motto. Whenever I see an opportunity, I will do my best to grab it, regardless of how low the percentage of success may be. I believe that, even if I fail, the experience will still be a great asset to me and help take me to the next level.
In my leisure time, I like to watch Japanese dramas, sing, and travel. My most recent trip was a DIY tour traveling across several areas in Japan that I had arranged for myself and a friend. It was a great experience and a big accomplishment for a twenty-year-old person like me.
I recently graduated from National Taipei University, majoring in Finance Law. Apart from my legal studies, my academic interests also include language learning, both English and Japanese. I have certificates for 885 on the TOEIC and Level 1 in JLPT. When I was in school, I joined the Japanese Research Club and took part in the Japanese Recital Contest as well as the Japanese Dubbing Contest. I even won an award in a Japanese Singing Contest. I am currently studying Japanese interpretation and translation from a famous interpreter in Taiwan. To put my law major and foreign language skills to practical use, I entered the TAITRA International Trade Institute (ITI) not only to learn business English but also to intensify my understanding of finance in international trade. My time at TAITRA-ITI has familiarized me with the process, terms and documents used in international trade. What's more, I successfully created business plans, conducted financial statement analysis and gave several presentations both in Chinese and English during my days at ITI.
With these abilities, I am confident that I can perform well as a person who promotes international trade while dedicating myself to Deep & Far.