This was the greatest learning experience, in which we sat and had formal and in some cases informal discussions with future graduates, most of which spoke fluent American English. We sat around in a group and talked about world issues that not only affected us as Students, the general population as a whole. The students, mostly majoring in the various fields of Communication, Sociology, and Economics, shared with us there view on such political topics as immigration in the United States, Corrupt Government, and their personal views of their Governments Past, Present and Future in the globalized market.
Today I learned what influences the young minds from a different part of the world. More shocking, was their thoughts and knowledge in world affairs, including that of the U.S, which proves more to the theory that other countries pay more attention to world news and government, than that of many Americans.
DeSean Anthony Young (Future Ambassador)