10 Sep 2018

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Since I was a child I always loved learning languages and discover new cultures. I’m specialized in Japanese language and culture field. I started my academic career at University of Foreigners in Perugia and I studied “Promotion of the Italian Language and Culture throughout the world”, thanks to Perugia university, I had the chance to start an extra-erasmus in Japan, Osaka for one year. During my stay in Japan, I studied Japanese at university but I also worked in a food packaging and distribution factory. Thanks to this experience, I learned Japanese but I also improved a lot my English. I choose this degree course, because I love my country and I would like to promote all over the world the excellence of Made in Italy. I finished my degree course with a thesis project based on my experience in Japan. My thesis talked about food similarities between Japanese and Italian cooking, and I did a research finding some Italian products interesting for Japanese market. After that, when I finished the university, I continued my studies in Japanese language at Japan Foundation in Rome and I graduate on May 2018. In the meantime, I continued studying English, French and Spanish. At the moment, I accompany Japanese students and groups in the most important cities in Italy, doing the tutor. I also work in the fashion industry thanks to my parents clothes shops. I enjoy working with people infact I constantly worked in an environment in which I have the opportunity to interact with the general public. Thanks to my experience abroad, I can speak with people from several countries. I like travelling, working on team but also alone. New challenges excites me, I like to be stimulated everyday with new things and new objective to achieve. I put a lot of effort, passion and I’m very focused in every task I do. does this sound natural?

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