Dec 2014 - Nov 2015
I’m Hsu, Ti-Chieh. I was born in a lovely and peaceful family. My parents gave me a lot of love and tolerance. They taught me that whatever happens to me, I should look at the bright side. So when I encountered some frustrations in my childhood, I always took it well with the process of rebounding from disappointment. Through these frustrations, I started to realize more of myself and grew up to be a “positive” person. In my college life, I participated in many chorus and singing contests. These activities colored my college life and also let me learn how to interact with people directly.
Nowadays, English is the most important language in the world that many companies put emphasis on. In college, I studied abundant of English courses like “English Conversation”, “Practice of English Pronunciation” …and so on. By the way, I also love interacting with foreigners. Through chatting with foreigners, I can know more about foreigner’s culture and improve the skill of conversation as well.
Last year, started from November 2014, I was so honored to serve in the “Emergency of the Taipei Veteran General Hospital” as the military. Everyone knew that the Emergency was the most difficult department in the hospital. During my days there, it has changed my life. I had to satisfy patients’ need and took good care of patients with no families even though I didn’t have medical background. Gradually, I realized “service” was the most basic requirement in every field.
In the near future, I hope that I have the chance to join your company and also corporate with coworkers. I believe that I can make my effort to do everything and get ready to face the challenge.