Master’s Tea Club #7: 1, 2, 3, Hobbies!

Monday - 16/10/2017 00:15
​​​​​​​In adition to studying, participating in extracurricular and social activities, or taking up a part-time job, surely every student has one or more interests of his/her own to pursue. With that in mind, Master’s Tea Club’s organizers chose the topic “Hobbies” for the seventh meeting of the club, and everyone involved was encouraged to bring items related to his hobbies to share with other participants.

Hai Dang, a student from the Faculty of History, shared his interest in playing rubic with enthusiasm. His professional skills of mastering the rubic received admiration from MTC's members. Tat Thanh, staff of the Office of Academic Affairs and alumni of the Faculty of History introduced his valuable, beautifully crafted collection of Marvel superhero models. Famous Avengers characters such as Captain America, Black Widow, Scarlett Witch that were created with high level of delicacy and elaborate workmanship greatly impressed MTC's attendees.

Khanh Linh from the Faculty of Sociology introduced about her interest in movies and recommended some of her favorite ones to the participants. Seth, a Thai student, loves traveling. He had travelled to many countries in Southeast Asia and around the world. Everytime arriving in a country, he set out to learn about its people's culture, history and language; and at the 7th meetup of MTC, he shared some of his most enjoyable and unforgettable experiences from his trips. Quang Huy, a student from the Faculty ofSociology, has a passion for photography. He went from taking pictures just to capture the moments and memories to realizing his passion for shooting and editing beautiful photography works.

Thanks to the meetup, USSH and international students had the opportunity to understand more about their friends and further strengthen their friendship.

Author: USSH Master’s Tea Club Media Team

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