Some of the visitors of the blog may have noticed the list of schools (Start to see the left-column) that I sponsor for Japan Trips and Treks. I wanted to briefly clarify why I really do this. In 2010 2010, I sponsored IE, HBS, LBS, Tuck, and UCLA’s official Japanese student organized outings to Japan.
In 2009, I sponsored Berkeley, HBS, and Tuck’s trips. In 2011, I anticipate providing financial support again for this beneficial cause. I really do this because I believe to advertise international understanding. Personally, I really like Japan, which is good because I have been surviving in Tokyo since 2001 (and prior compared to that from 1995-1997), this year become a long lasting resident, and also have already spent over 25% of my life here. As with any nationwide country, folks have different stereotypes about Japan that will be challenged by actually going to the accepted place.
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I provide financial support to help subsidize the price for students to travel here because it is expensive. With a strong Japanese yen Especially, the cost to come is relatively high. Between 2008 and 2010, the yen jumped in value by approximately 10% against the united states dollar, which is something that even budget conscious travelers cannot avoid.
I know that the total level of support which i and other sponsors provide cannot fully cover these additional costs, but I know every tiny bit helps. For candidates, I hope that whenever you are assessing which schools to use to, you consider whether student night clubs organize international excursions. The schools that do so are clearly ones where the students know how to make things happen.
Putting together a one-week highly planned trip while you are busy studying is no easy thing. Those who do it are showing a strong sense of commitment to their fellow students really. Earlier this year, I had fashioned the pleasure of attending parties during the Tokyo phase of IE and UCLA’s trips this season and really was impressed both by the commitment of the trips’ organizers and the enthusiasm of the participants. It was great getting the opportunity to meet (and drink) with the participants.
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