Japanese Level at Admission / N2
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.
After graduation, I plan to enter the Economics Department of Sapporo Gakuin University. My hometown is in the north of China, and the economic development is very poor. I want to enter this faculty so that I can contribute to the economic development of my hometown. I want to learn about regional economy after entering the school. Also, there are many similarities between Hokkaido and Harbin. I'm sure I'll learn a lot of useful things here. I want to look for problems with my own eyes, think about how to deal with them, and try to solve them.
Q. What are your goals and dreams for the future? Please be as specific as possible.
In the future, I would like to learn about regional activation in Japan and the economic model such as hometown taxation, and if I can realize it in my hometown, it will be beneficial to my family's economy. I would also like to practice the good economic model of China in Japan. I would also like to learn the model of communication sales and improve it with the current situation in China if I can, and sell the famous products and things from my hometown to Japan, and buy the famous products and specialties from Japan to my home country, which will benefit both economies and form a virtuous circle and contribute to the economic development of both countries.
Q. Please give some advice to students who will join TCJ in the future and current students based on your experience.
At the time of admission to TCJ, we are divided into classes according to your direction of further education and Japanese ability, so we can all study Japanese and prepare for further education more smoothly in a learning environment that suits us. Follow the teacher's ideas in class and complete your homework carefully after class. Japanese is the most important thing to live in Japan, not only for further education. When I first entered the school, I was at the N5 level, but when I took the exam, I reached N2. I am very grateful to my teacher, who is kind and responsible, and under the guidance of Mr. Kawamura, I was able to pass N2 with my hands. I hope everyone will try their best not to have any regrets.
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