Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it

by Charles R. Swindoll

Jamie Lin

An open-minded and great team player from NTU.

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Skills

Languages    

Chinese: Native Speaker

English: Fluent (TOEIC 930/ TOEFL ibt 110)

Tools               

English Typing 80 wpm

Microsoft Word/ Power Point/ Excel


Education

Song Shan Senior High School

2010 Aug. ~ 2013 Jul.

National Taiwan University 

Department of Entomology

2013 Sept. ~ 2017 Jun. (expected)

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Experiences

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NTU Department of Entomology

 Class Representative
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Global Initiative Symposium 2014 

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2016 NTU Green Collar 

Forum Organizer
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2016 NTU Insect Exhibition 

Public Relation Team Leader
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National Taiwan University Student Ambassador


Autobiography

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BEST INTERN

ENTHUSIASTIC│ INDEPENDENT THINKING│

TEAM PLAYER│ApProachable 



I am a junior student from National Taiwan University. I am an approachable and open-minded person who is capable of   independent thinking. I want to take part in Garena's MIP because I would like to explore my full potential.   

  

I was born in a family of four, with an elder sister 7 years older than me. My parents used to call me “Silly”. Because even when I fall or face challenges, I always bare a bright smile on my face, and think of the bright sides of the problem. I am an optimistic person, because I believe there is always a solution. When I am in a fight with someone, I always put myself in other people’s shoes. I might sound a bit naïve, but I am proud of the name “Silly”.  

I lived a life like any other ordinary child until my family moved to Shanghai when I was 12. It was then when I went through different educational systems. I went to kindergarten in the U.S.A, elementary school in Taiwan, and three different junior high schools. I came back to Taiwan to take the Basic Competence Test for Junior High School Students. Thus, I am able to adapted and blend into new environments really fast. Because of the places and schools I have gone to, I have broaden my horizon. I no longer put myself on the scale of Taiwan, yet on the scale of the world.  

I also love meeting up new people. Observing what other people would do or think differently is really inspiring. I represented our school as an exchange student to Singapore when I was in senior high school. Of which I got a chance to experience the difference of their educational system and culture, and of course, I have made many friends that I still keep in touch with. I am also a great team player. I went to the Global Initiative Symposium in summer, 2014. We had different workshops and seminars discussing the trend of the world and working in groups to brainstorm great ideas. I am now a member of NTU student ambassador. We help the school with hosting international visitors and guests. It provides us the chance to know principals or prestigious scholars from over the world. Other than that, I get to practice my comprehension skills and how to impress people within a short period of time.   

I want to discover my full potential. I am willing to try out anything and everything. My parents used to tell me, “The attitude decide one’s altitude. You got to aim high.” I may not be the smartest, but I am definitely the one who is the most active and earnest!

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