International Student Council of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) had conducted an event called International Week. Ruth Sumule and I had organized our booth called Indonesian Booth.
Overall, this International Week in the form International Booth was so amazing for me. I learnt a lot of things from the country. Friendship and togetherness with other countries are in a great demand nowadays. Therefore, building strong and good friendship are a must! No more war, please..! It’s time for us to live in a great harmony.
For ISC, you guys did a great job. Thanks for opening a space to open a booth for my country, Indonesia.
Syayid Sandi Sukandi studied English Language and Literature at Andalas University in 2003. When he studied in the university, he successfully obtained Best Student Award from Rector of Andalas University in 2006 and 2007. In 2007, he finished his studies with very satisfactory results. Since 2008 up to now, he had been working as an English teaching staff at College of Teacher Training and Education of West Sumatera in Indonesia. After working there for two years, he continued his education to a Master’s degree in the United States of America by accomplishing a prestigious international scholarship: Fulbright. He went to Southern Illinois University Edwardsville where he studied English with the emphasis on Teaching of Writing (Rhetoric and Composition). For his Master’s degree, he graduated with Magna Cum Laude (3.75). In 2013, he came home to Indonesia and recently, he serves as one of the teaching staffs in the college. His personal blog is Sparkling Silent Silhouette and he can be contacted at e-mails: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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