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Introducing myself and my journal: Phoenix

About Me:
I , Zin Zar ,was born in very far from Yangon in the village called Ganane in Ayarwaddy Division.I passed my difficult school time because there is no middle school in my village after primary school.Then , I moved to Yangon with my second elder sister's family.I have tasted the bitterness of away from home since that time.After graduation,I worked at the Dagon Brewery Company as a receptionist but I quit the job because of my H.R manager who always abuse to the staff .Then I joined the buyer QC company as a buyer QC for the garment factories.Unfortunately, I resigned that job because my seniors who think about the buyer , not the workers from factories didn't get on with each other. Finally, I became a teacher to share my knowledge and education to not only youths but elders as well.Unexpectedly, I am not a teacher but also a consultant for them.I set up my spoken English for about five years till now.The climax of my story is that I met a man who doesn't loyal on me. He took everything from me by cheating my love and life.I supported him to be a graduated one and helped him to go abroad but he met a new face.My life was upside down with blue days but I let him go and I don't want to revenge him. Then I joined BARS university as an English Major student. I don't want to give up my life because of unfaithful love.I sympathize the women who are painful of love or something and I eagerly want to be a pioneer of them so that I am trying to be something not only for the poor people especially the elderly but also the youths' education.My success must be for them.My aim is that I want to build up an international school like MISY , ILBC or BARS program.I'd like to promote the youths both education and knowledge for their lives.Though my dream is big, I will try my best.I will fill up my abilities more and more.It is difficult for a lady attending university with job but I will not give up.Sometimes I face to fall down but I try to get up myself again.

My Passions:
as a receptionist, a buyer QC

My Challenges:
various of challenges such as delaying the school fees because of laking money, leaving a lovely one ,attacking by the same business

My Vision for the Future:
To build up an international school and aid the poor

My Areas of Expertise:
an English Language Teacher

Comments

Fatima Waziri's picture

Hey there! Welcome to

Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!

It’s so exciting having you with us, I am sure you will have a fabulous time with your new online friends as well as find this to be a very positive experience. I encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community.

Welcome again to our global community and I look forward to hearing more from you here on PulseWire!

Peace!
Fatima

Zin Zar's picture

Thank you so much!

Thank you very much for reading my profile and giving me an encouragement for me. Please , let me be your friend and let's share the knowledge each other and may be I will write about my mom who is not only my beloved one not my example as well but I don't know yet that if I can post my into my journal or not .I have some titles to post in my journal but I am just in the application process in World Pulse so that can you suggest me.

Fatima Waziri's picture

Hello Zar - You can post as

Hello Zar - You can post as many stories as you want in your journal, we are all here listening.

Peace!
Fatima

Zin Zar's picture

Wow , Thanks!

Wow ,thanks a lot ,Fatima !
You know , now I am one of the member of the elderly shelter organization which is a place to take care of the age who are losing to live peacefully.There are many sad stories about them but I would like to share their feeling and hopes . They were useful when they were young .Yet they are neglected when they get older in their community.I really sympathize them because I had my parents too and I will get older like them one day.My students went there because one of my students introduced me about that shelter .Then I monthly take responsible to save the donation money to support them.When I go there,I usually have a conversation with them and listen to their stories . It's really fun and peaceful one! And I am supporting one girl and one boy who are poor to go to school and orphanages as much as I can . Actually , I want to support them a lot but I can't yet.I except I can someday.
THIS IS MY VISION for my future.

Jency's picture

Hi

I am so glad you have joined this forum in spite of your personal difficulties. You will meet may friends here and all of us can learn a lot from each other.

Jency

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