Q.What kind of career path did you take after graduating from TCJ? Also, please tell us the reason why you chose your career path.
I went to Yomiuri Riko Medical Welfare College. Actually, after graduating from a Japanese language school, I wanted to go to a travel and hotel business vocational school, but I was not confident in my Japanese ability, so I was worried about a Yomiuri vocational school where I could receive care for one year Career (Society welfare). became. For my future life with my favorite grandmother, I was able to study welfare and improve my Japanese ability. I studied for one year to improve my Japanese, and after graduating I am currently studying for two years at JTB Travel & Hotel College.
Q.What are your goals and dreams for the future? Please be as specific as possible.
I like talking to myself and communicating with people.
My dream is to meet a lot of people from my childhood and have fun while working.I really want to know what the other person is thinking. I have learned and worked for Japanese hospitality services that are popular not only in Japan but around the world. In the future, not only Japanese guests but also Myanmar to Japan customers and Japan to Myanmar customers will stay. I want to work as a bridge between Japanese and Burmese people, which makes me feel happy to stay.
Q.Please give some advice to students who will join TCJ in the future and current students based on your experience.
The teacher who taught me Japanese in Myanmar is a graduate of TCJ. I chose TCJ because of my teacher's introduction, but I thought it was a good thing to enter. The TCJ school teachers taught me not only Japanese, but also Japan and the way people live their lives. I have some unforgettable words that my teacher taught me. That is the phrase, "What I couldn't do today is still tomorrow, don't give up what is important." Even now, when I think that I can't do it anymore, I remember those words and try my best again. That's not to say that I came out from my home country and family to study abroad, but I was not lonely and troubled by watching over various things like the teachers' family. Even after graduation, I keep in touch with my homeroom teacher to discuss my concerns. There are many difficult things, but I am in Japan until now, thanks to the TCJ school.