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As a contributor, I volunteered to write articles about art exhibitions being held in London, and taking pictures of the said exhibitions to illustrate the article, before it would be posted online.
As a visitor host, my main task is to welcome visitors to the Studios and to make sure that they get all the help and advice they need before strating their tour. I usually spend my time switching from English to French, and sometimes to Korean and Chinese, since we have visitors from all around the world. We make sure we interact a lot with everyone to deliver the best of Customer service.
I spent a year in Korea, as an exchange student. And in the summer, I had the opportunity to volunteer for the web magazine Seoulsync. I got to write my very first articles on art exhibitions being held in Seoul. I was also in charge of taking pictures to illustrate the said articles.
During the Summer Sales peak, I helped the team to deliver a quick yet effective customer service. I was responsible for my cash desk, and I had to make sure that the store was clean and clear, all the while helping customers to find what they wanted and needed.
I had to deliver the best of customer service while keeping an eye on the store by keeping it clean, clear and by managing the stocks. Since it was the summer vacation, we had customers from various countries and I had the opportunity to interact with them in English as well as in French.
I joined the TV Programming dept. for which I did some subtitles proofreading. But I mostly worked for the Marketing dept., where I helped the European team to do some research on French-speaking countries, to analyse the Asian community and decide whether Arirang TV had any chance to export their programs there.
English & Chinese applied to Communication
English & Chinese
Back in 2013, my university organized a photography contest. The theme was "odd", and the pictures we were use to enter the competition were to be taken in between a certain period. We had about a month to find the perfect photography. By walking around the city, I stoped by the Fine Arts Museum. Sculptures happened to have all been given a red nose, to support children at hospitals. One of the statue represented a man in deep and sad thoughts. His red nose gave hime a whole new feeling. It was my very first photography contest, and I won the second prize.