Sunday, March 3, 2013

Twincredibles on Alumni Newsletters

How have our lives changed after China Rush? Honestly, nothing have changed at all apart from having an amazing experience that we'll cherish for the rest of our lives. =P Some friends commented that we're now 'celebrities' but the fact is we're not even close to E-grade!! We can still walk on the streets of Shanghai without being recognized at all. I guess that explains why there's still no news about the renewal of season 4. I would love to join the production crew if there's S4 though. =P 

Anyway, I would like to thank World Learning and UAH Office of International Programs for giving me a space to share about our Amazing Race experience. I hope that by sharing our dream-come-true stories, we'll be able to inspire encourage more people to pursue their dreams and give it a chance to happen. No dreamer is ever too small, no dream is ever too big. =)

UGRAD Global Gazette (March 2013 Edition)

Food for thought: It seems like American institutions (alumni) are more interested to know and share about our non-academic experiences/achievements (eg. Charlie's Amazing Race experience was also featured on both Harvard Westlake & Harvard Crimson). On the other hand, local institutions seem to be only interested in academic achievements (eg. ACCA prize winners). =P

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