The student from Hubei talks to us about the discoveries her hometown made, what her family expects from her, and what's important in her next job.
Yaruo Wang is a 22 year old Masters of Management student from Hubei, China. She received her undergraduate degree in Public Administration from Zhongnan University of Economics and Law in Wuhan, China.
"Be a generous, brave and independent girl and pursue happiness."
Q: What’s a phrase from your native country and why is it important to you?
A: Never forget why you started, and your mission can be accomplished.This sentence is always on my guard against forgetting the ideals and beliefs of our departure, and the moral laws of our hearts. We will never forget our conscience and our moral principles, our mission and responsibility.
Q: What’s something people wouldn’t know about where you grew up? A: My hometown unearthed chimes; chimes are ancient Chinese large percussion instruments, rising in the Western Zhou Dynasty, flourishing in the Spring and Autumn Warring States until the Qin and Han Dynasties. China is the earliest country to make and use musical bells. Its superb casting technology and good musical performance have rewritten the world music history. It is called "rare treasure" by Chinese and foreign experts and scholars. It is China's first batch of banned exports abroad.
Q: What was your first impression of Melbourne?
A: The traffic is underdeveloped, because the trains are often delayed, but the public environment is good and amazing.
"The best is to be able to apply this theoretical knowledge to practice."
Q: Describe yourself in 3 words
A: Diligent, innocent, generous
Q: What does your family & friends expect from you?
A: Be a generous, brave and independent girl and pursue happiness. Q: What do you expect from yourself?
A: Finding happiness in the variety of life that fits me is my expectation.
Q: What do you want to get out of Melbourne University by the time you’ve finished your degree?
A: Successful completion of studies, successful absorption of the knowledge learned in these two years, the best is to be able to apply this theoretical knowledge to practice. Q: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
A: Maybe I will go to my hometown in China and have a job which can give me a sense of satisfaction, happiness and pursuit beside my parents.
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