The imaginary lines that politicians and culture do, are not between us anymore. We recognize ourselves as members of a global community, not as a citizen from one or other country.
The night before our last class, I had a nightmare; I was in my hometown and I had a meeting but I had forgotten my trip to Seoul so I was taking the bus to the airport without baggage… and I was not attending to my meeting, even not calling to say I couldn’t’ go.
Sorry if you feel this speech is quite formal, but I needed to figure out my thoughts before feeling excited and leave some points I want to say today.
As a human beings, we are inside a huge of a spaceship traveling along the universe. We are moving together for a while, and the last year trip has been one of the most exciting trips in our lives ever.
Today is special because is the last class of this Masters, and it will be one year since we meet here in Seoul. We want to take advantage of this moment with professor Kang and DTM Staff, to express our gratitude for creating a life changing experience for each one of us, you did the last year trip something unique.
Working in multicultural environments like this is not easy. Understanding others’ people likes, tastes, opinions and behaviors in certain situations made us richer, smarter, more comprehensive with others. We should be proud of that. The imaginary lines that politicians and culture do, are not between us anymore. We recognize ourselves as members of a global community, not as a citizens from one or other country.
I apologize for my silence, for give opinions sometimes controversial; sorry, maybe I was not polite or not accurate. Sorry, I thought I was correct at that moment.
I wish all of you the best in this stage of our career and program. The road in front of us it depends from our capacity to manage our time and resources in the most efficient way; I like to think we can count of us each other to start the last stretch of the road.