PArt 2 - the Urban Jungle adventure
It's me again. I had never write a blog before but I really enjoy it. First of all because It's got a special purpose (improving our English), second of all, it gives me a sense of bond with you all and I love it. I'm so happy to share my adventure with you and feel that you are going through similar situation or just enjoying reading it.
Samantha describes my adventure pretty well when she say 'This experience is usually both difficult and rewarding, and you always grow from it as a person.' This is absolutely true.I feel so much stronger now.
After few months working with temporary job agencies, I finally got a job for three months in an NGO called MRG.Their aim is to fight for Minority rights around the world. A similar organization would be Amnesty International but on a bigger scale. I really enjoyed it.I was working with people from all around the world and learned a lot about minority rights. unfortunalty, it was a short contract. Then, I got this job at the BBC radio and I believe this is the most amazing thing which happened to me since I moved here in London. I still can't really realize how lucky I am but when I share my story with you and get your feedback, it's how I realize. Thank you all.
How is it to work in such a big world reknowned media organization? It's great, exciting and also really hard. Probably not for everyone but for me, it is.
Oh, one important point I forgot to tell you is that I work in the News and Currents Affairs department for the World Today programme. That's why It's so hard sometimes and also because I've set up my goal quite high and I have to be patiente. Becoming a journalist, I mean an investigative news journalist, is really hard work and moreover, much looked after.
But keep an eye on BBC TV documentaries, you might see my name one day! Probably in five or ten years time..... It's so nice to dream a little bit, isn't it?
I've notice that lots of comments are from brazil. I've never been to brazil but I'd love to go one day and travel down the Amazon river. and also to China, and to India, and to Cambodia, and in fact.........round the world.
See you tomorrow
Amnesty International -
BBC World Service
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