Last Wednesday we had our last meeting at the Each one teach one course’s pre-Christmas party. We talked, played some games and eat some sweets. Also, we met other group’s members. I had a good time there.
I am happy with this course. I got to know another language and culture through this course. Actually, I wasn’t going to take this course. But for some reason, I changed my mind and eventually took this course. I think that was a good decision. And I’m glad I met Laura and learned lots of thing about Finland.
Even though this was our last meeting, we may meet one day in Finland or even in Korea. I hope to meet together in Korea. And Laura told me she is going to send me a postcard. I can’t wait for that.
Keep in touch. Take care!
We had our last meeting on Wednesday at the Each one teach one -courses pre-Christmas party. There we played games, for example Twister and cards against the humanity, and talked and met with other members of the course, which was interesting.
During this course I taught Finnish and learned some Korean, and I am happy that I met Junhyeok and Gayeon, because I learned many new things thanks to them. I will continue my Korean studies in some way. It is a bit weird to think that there is no weekly meeting with them anymore because you get used to that.
This autumn has gone fast and I am really glad that I took this course. I am very grateful for both Gayeon and Junhyeok that they took this course and taught me Korean language and culture. I think I will try to keep some sort of contact to them maybe as pen pals.
After the party Junhyeok gave me a gift, thank you, it is a really thoughtful and beautiful gift 😀
Gayeon and Junhyeok, thank you for this autumn and I hope to meet you someday again, perhaps in Korea! 🙂
Our last meeting was EOTO’s Pre-Christmas party at 28.11.18.
We met at TAMKOs Solu. Our usual gang was there with few extra. We played Chinese word game where game leader gives one, same word to everyone but one. Then everyone has to describe their word and after one round everyone has to guess who has the different word.
While we played, we ate some snacks and Warabi Mochi (Japanese delicacy) that Moe had made. It was quite diffrent from what I have ever tasted but quite good. I was sad to learn they don’t like salmiac 😭
(Picture from Japan entire.com)
This was our last, official meeting with my dear friends but we agreed to meet outside EOTO too since we have gähad so much fun and why stop now?
This course was one of the best courses I’ve had during my 3,5 year in TAMK ❤️
I assume that many people would write about this party since there are many students there 😀
Yes, there are plenty of blog posts about this party! I shall join the trend.
Our gang was also there. During the party, I tried traditional German Christmas snack that were all ‘sweety’. GOOD AS USUAL XD. Then, some Chinese students brought some spring rolls and onion rings there and I somehow forgot the existence of German sweet. GO FOR ASIAN FOOD! I learnt that cultural background was very important and I should take this into consideration when meeting people from all parts of the world.
I also wrote in Tabea’s friend book. I figured that I was not as creative as I would be. I believed that I should take up a hobby to boost my creativity.
I also figured out that I lived quite close to many Chinese exchange students. That they somehow saw me every Tuesday morning was quite surprising for me to hear. Lesson here is that we should take notice of what is happening around us more than focusing all our intention to cellphones.
I think that is pretty much for what I learnt for this party. The remaining of it, should I keep it to myself only?
We had EOTO pre-Christmas party in Tamko. There were not so many people but we enjoyed a lot with card games, chatting and drinking Hungarian alcohol. But at the same time, I had to say good-bye to some of my friends because it was the last day to see them, so I really thought that time flies so fast. I don’t have this kind of class in my home university. That’s why I strongly recommend taking this course. You can understand your friends deeper and stimulated by them. I felt so during the party again. I’d appreciate to my friends and Mr. Henri. Kiitos paljon!