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Gong Ming Cheng (China)

Gong Ming Cheng (China)

What is the aim of your Japanese study?

I want to really understand the Japanese culture so I started by studying the language.

Why did you choose YIEA?

First, my friend recommended the school to me. I then searched the Internet and found a lot of positive comments about how supportive the teachers are so I chose this school.

How would you describe the life in Tokyo?

Very lively. Of course there are inconveniences since I’m a foreigner but people are always helpful. I am enjoying my life here and would love for it to go on longer.

Was it difficult to find a part-time job?

I was worried at first but everyone was kind and very accepting of me even though my Japanese was still mediocre.

What’s good about working a part-time job? What’s bad?

Obviously, having an income is good. Beside that, it’s really the best way to make new friends. Work can get very busy but I think it’s worth the experience.

What do you do in your spare time?

I check out places both in Tokyo and the surrounding prefectures. During school breaks, I travel further to places such as Mt. Fuji. Also, I love cars so I often go see modified cars.

TRAN TUYET ANH (Vietnam)

TRAN TUYET ANH (Vietnam)

What is the aim of your Japanese study?

I want to work in a Japanese company in Vietnam.

Why did you choose YIEA?

Compared to other schools, I thought it was nice.

How would you describe the life in Tokyo?

Life can be difficult but people around me are all kind.

Was it difficult to find a part-time job?

It gets increasingly easier as your Japanese gets better.

What’s good about working a part-time job? What’s bad?

Very busy, but I enjoy it.

What do you do in your spare time?

I either study at home or meet up with friends.

NURIDINOV SHERZOD (Uzbekistan)

NURIDINOV SHERZOD (Uzbekistan)

What is the aim of your Japanese study?

I want to go to a Japanese university and major in business.

Why did you choose YIEA?

My relative recommended this school to me.

How would you describe the life in Tokyo?

Expensive. The quality of customers services is the best in the world though.

Was it difficult to find a part-time job?

Not difficult at all.

What’s good about working a part-time job? What’s bad?

I was able to make friends with a lot of Japanese.

What do you do in your spare time?

I go out with my friends and explore Tokyo.

Yang Ting (China)

Yang Ting (China)

What is the aim of your Japanese study?

I want to get into a national university in Japan.

Why did you choose YIEA?

My school teacher recommended this school.

How would you describe the life in Tokyo?

I am having fun every day.

Was it difficult to find a part-time job?

It took me a little time to find a good job.

What’s good about working a part-time job? What’s bad?

It was hard to memorize the menu but the job gives me a lot of opportunities to talk with Japanese people.

What do you do in your spare time?

I also go to a cram school so most of my time is spent studying.

THU YA ZAW (Myanmar)

THU YA ZAW (Myanmar)

What is the aim of your Japanese study?

I want to find work in Japan.

Why did you choose YIEA?

I heard of the good reputation.

How would you describe the life in Tokyo?

It’s fun.

Was it difficult to find a part-time job?

My friend introduced me so it was really easy.

What’s good about working a part-time job? What’s bad?

It’s busy work but also really fun to be working with friends.

What do you do in your spare time?

Relax, rest, and study.

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