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The last impressions

Monday, 03 February 2014

Different impressions of two students from different continents of the world. 

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Dea Lunny Primamona

Indonesia Institute of the Art University, Indonesia

Q: What have you learned so far during your stay in Thailand?

A: 3 aspects that I had learned in Thailand, including: culture, social and education. I had learned how to use English and Thai as my daily language for getting new friends, new society and gaining new experiences. I liked some Thai foods, especially Tom Yum and Pad Thai. I learned how to communicate to other on their way. I have adapted to new environment in Thailand such as going to campus, taking a walk around campus, shopping and travelling. I learned by myself how to solve any problems of health and love. In Thammasat University I got new experiences and new taste of studying in International classes from any lecturers from different background.

Q: What have you earned from the B.J.M. Program?

A: I was lucky to be a part of BJM. I could improve my ability in journalism and implementing a newspaper and shared it to my other friends. Thanks a lot anyway.

Q: What is the most impressive thing here at B.J.M. Program? 

A: Study tour.

Q: What was the most surprised thing at B.J.M. Program?

A: The welcoming program in which we went to Ayouthaya but my other friends from different programs did not have the trip provided by the program.

Q: How would you tell your family and friends about the B.J.M. Program?

A: I would tell them how lucky I was at the B.J.M. Program, and tell them about the differences of mass media between Thailand and Indonesia.

Q: How would you define our B.J.M. Program? 

A: BJM program in TU is the right choice for students who will apply journalism and communication ability in any mass media. 

 

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Lennard Remesch

PH Ludwigsburg University of Education, Germany

Q: What have you learned so far during your stay in Thailand?

A: A lot of friends.

Q: What have you earned from the B.J.M. Program?

A: A lot of good experiences, friends and a look in a different world.

Q: What is the most impressive thing here at B.J.M. Program?

A: The Thammasat has an impressive amount of technical equipments.

Q: How would you tell your family and friends about the B.J.M. Program?

A: The BJM is a highly educated program. All in all, BJM was really good.

Q: Please leave your last words.

A: I wanted to thank you, we had a beautiful time, meeting so many new friends and learning a lot for my life.

-unofficial release-