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    Arirang and Me

    Korea for the World, The World for Korea It was the tagline of full english broadcasting service in Korea dedicated to bringing information about Korea to the world, and to non-Koreans within Korea. Founded in 1996, Arirang TV airs news, cultural programs, educational shows, documentaries and more 24 hours a day, in more than 188 countries. As Korea’s full English broadcast channel, Arirang’s mission is to present an accurate view of Korea to the world through unbiased news reports and programs featuring a diversity of perspectives. Viewers with little knowledge about Korea or with an outdated impression of the country can feel the pulse of the fast-changing nation through Arirang. The networks name, Arirang, is derived from the traditional Korean folk song of the same
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    Foreign Students in SMUFest (sing and play)

    Yeah, you’ve seen we got so many artist on the SunMoon 2010 festival (May 11-13), 4Men, Crying Nut, No Brain and After School.. But is that all we got? Just watching the artists play? Course Not, we re having a real good time! We sang.. We played games.. We exchanged (traditional) costumes.. We did sharing our national food.. and (almost) everything about having fun! :D sing a song.. games.. Nana, Indonesian student from Cheonan campuss Feeding friend ??? with chopsticks (2 left are my Korean class mates, Nepal ??..) Bicycles, as the prizes.. other game.. It's somekind of Korean dart game.. (do u know the name??) I'm in blue.. there are still many games such as kites, drinking, various throwing.. but gee, no pics! (sorry) wearing costumes.. and f
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    Leo The African

    A Book written by Amin Maalouf. From what the writer said, this book is a recreation of Hassan Al-Wazzan’s diaries. Hassan AW was known as a writer, and an adventurer who lived in the era of the big transition. In his time, He was known as “Leo The African” (his nickname is the title of the book). Hassan is a person who lived in the 16th century. The story of his life is so amazing. Therefore I couldn’t decide whether the story is really true or not. Despite of that confusion, this book was very exciting to me. It could bring me back to 5 centuries ago, the time when Spanish kingdom brought down the biggest city in Islamic kingdom history, Granada. The book has very unique story telling. It changes the first person as the changes of the chapter. One person mig


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