Learning, in and outside of the Classroom March 10th 2006 Classes started on Thursday the second. The system here is “try before you buy,”
giving students a chance to visit the classes before they decide which to take. This works well because it turned out that one I had singed up for was not at all what I had thought it was, and one I wasn’t really excited about looks like it will be the most informative class I will have at Yonsei.
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Asia » South Korea » Seoul » Seodaemun-gu » Sinchon Korea was an independent kingdom under Chinese suzerainty for most of the past millennium. Following its victory in the Russo-Japanese War in 1905, Japan occupied Korea; five years later it formally annexed the entire peninsula. After World War II, a... ... read more
By temperament, I am a traveler. I crave the freedom to roam, immersion into unfamiliar cultures, and spending my time working directly with people. In 2007 I started a one year adventure in Alaska that turned into five years in a blink of an eye. Alaska took me by surprise. I fell in love with the summers of hiking mountains, exploring the backcountry, and canoeing in open lakes. I equally fell for the winters of skate skiing across city trails, ice skating on frozen lakes, and camping at 10 degrees. Even work was exciting as I got to visit over 15 rural communities aouround the state. But af... full info