Que Chi Quang 關桂枝
- 台灣 臺北市11114陽明山 士林區華崗路26巷1號2樓
2012年：VTM 越南青年雜誌 一文 兩頁的“如何成為一名偶像”
My name is Quang Que Chi. My parents are origin Cantonese. I was born and grown up in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. I started my college from 2007 to 2011 in Hong Bang International University with major in International Relations.
After graduated from college, I started working in media area as an editor for almost two years. I was responsible for collecting, translating and editing news/article as well as managing the content and work of collaborators.
In 2013, I won Taiwan Government Scholarship for Master Program in two years. I studied Master Program in Journalism on September 2013 and graduated on June 2015. For improving my language abilities and working experiences in Taiwan, I took an internship in Taiwan News (Global News for New Immigrants) that I got a chance to be trained as an editor and reporter for seven months. I did various kind of things related to media such as editing, translating, interviewing and recording during the internship period.
In addition, I also got chance to take an internship in International Sales and Marketing which totally brought me to a new world of knowledge different from media and journalism. Two-months internship in Aeon Lighting Technology, Taipei taught me a lot things such as how/where to look for customers, how to write development letter, how to do or say during a lighting show, etc. I believed that these two-month experiences, which provide me various kinds of knowledge about doing business and how to contact with clients, would help me a lot in the future once I have became a leader in a media company.
I not only took chance to do internship in order to have more understanding about Taiwan working industry but also participated in many social activities such as Taiwan Host Family Program in 2013 and 2014 organized by Taiwan Education Ministry, Vietnam Cultural Camp in 2014 organized by National Taiwan University, “EC – I –Taiw一起愛台灣” organized by National Taiwan University, International Culture Week in 2015 organized by Chinese Culture University.
In 2014, I was honored to meet Taiwan Vice President and the Head of Education Ministry when I attended Taiwan Host Family Program Five Years Celebration. At the same year, I felt so proud of myself when I could see and listen to Taiwan President’s speech in person. From that moment, I told myself that someday I would be on the stage and received award from them for my excellent working and contribution to the society.
In the future, I still want to keep working in media area. My dream job is that I can do help people and influence people in positive way through my job. Media is the most influent tool in the world which can bring people’s life up to down and vice versa. I want to take advance of its influence to make good contribution to the human society. For me, It’s a meaningful life that I’m heading for in the future without any regrets.