Jiang Peng n Park MinJin
Posted date: 10:47PM Jul 28, 2012.
The blogger from China!
It is a great honor to be a member of the blogger session 6. Although I am new to the big family, I am about to graduate from SIM-RMIT very soon.
For today, I'll being introducing myself and my background.
I am from Hunan, China, a province situated in the south central part of the Chinese mainland, neighboring Guangdong and Chongqing.
In my hometown, there are lots of places of interests and beautiful scenery to visit, such as Zhangjiajie, the old town of Fenghuang, andShaoshan, the birthplace of President Mao Zedong.
Food there are characterized by sour and hot flavors, and a particular care devoted to seasoning and cutting. As Xiang Cuisine is ranked among the well-known Eight Cuisines, you will enjoy the special and unique flavor once you try its prominent dishes, like Duo la jiao yu tou (steamedfish head with salted chili).
Duo la jiao yu tou
Today, Hunan is one of the few inland provinces that have strong economics growth. The pillar industries are agriculture, culture, metal mining, and tobacco and mechanical manufacturing. For cultural industry, tourism and broadcasting are the main thrust. You might be familiar with Hunan TV, the leading local TV channel in China that has produced many popular programs such as Super Girl (Contest). If you ever get a chance to visit Hunan, you should consult me for your fantastic trip.
Super Girl contest
I came to study in Singapore in 2009 and its been almost 4 years. The metropolis impressed me with its nice food, scenery, social and economic environment, and people. While studying at SIM in Singapore, I made friends with lots of new people. They are from various backgrounds, and taught me a lot of interesting things. I indeed enjoy life here.
While in Singapore, study is the most important daily affair to me. It is fun and rewarding to learn things while maximizing your grades. If you do that consistently, you become to enjoy it, though some may be indifferent to this. I did DMS before got enrolled in RMIT Bachelor of Business (Management). The academic path of mine is so far so go, along which I have gotten As and A+s in DMS, and Ds and HDs in RMIT.
In my blog, I do like to share with all of you the tips as to how I made excellent reports, essays, interviews, and presentations as part of course assignment, and how I beat the exams, while enjoying the learning experience. In addition, as currently I plan to further my studies and do a master degree with one of the famous universities either in the US or Hong Kong, I will be also sharing with you the issues in applying to a world-class universities and how a master degree can prepare you for your career.
I look forward to you finding my future posts useful~
Jiang Peng Benny
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