Jeong Sun-Mo, the chairman of Keimyung University’s board of directors, offering congratulations at the memorial event. Attendees watching the memorial event. Dr. Synn Ilhi making an introductory speech.
Dr. Synn Il-hi receiving his certificate of appointment as a president of Keimyung University President Synn Il-hi taking an oath in front of the audience President Synn Il-hi giving his inaugural address
Celebrating MOU between KMU and Canaan Farmhand School for humanity education Satisfied with the agreement Sign for the meeting between Keimyung Humanity Education Institute and Yeongnam Canaan Farmhand School
Beginning with Argentina’s first woman president Isabel Martinez , female politicians have increased around the world. Male dominance in politics is still high, but the gap is closing due to the increased rate of female leaders. Before, few opportunities existed for women, but now they are becoming representatives at every level of government, and even president or prime minister. With the extension of women’s rights and the development of social atmosphere, women have been able to increasingly participate in politics. Of course women support women as candidates to be the leader of a party. Bu
●Kyi Phyu Aung KGSP student 1. Please introduce yourself. My name is Kyi Phyu Aung. I am 24 years old. I graduated from the University of Foreign Languages in Yangong. Before I came to Korea, I had a job in a shipping company in Myanmar.2. How did you come to Korea? Even though I had a good job, I wanted to upgrade my skills. Then, I started attending a logistics management institution. One of the professors there recommended KGSP, so I came here.3. In your country, is the military government still going on? No. Myanmar used to be a military government. Because of Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar bec
●Hong Jeong-min in World Vision KoreaThe 66th UN/DPI (Department of Public Information) NGO Conference was held in Gyeongju from May 31 to June 1, 2016. It is the first time the conference has been hosted in Asia or Africa. A lot of Korean students are interested in international social problems. Therefore, the number of students who want to work for an NGO is rising.I interviewed Hong Jeong-min, who graduated from the Department of English Language and Literature and the Department of Social Welfare. She is now working for World Vision Korea. World Vision is an NGO for international relief an
Nowadays, many people use smartphones. The Keimyung Gazette carried out a survey about the use of smartphones by Keimyung University students.1. Do you use a smartphone?1) Yes (100%)2) No (0%)2. How long have you use your smartphone in one day?1) Less than thirty minutes (2%)2) Thirty minutes - one hour (9%)3) One – two hours (18%)4) Two – three hours (30%)5) Over three hours (43%)3. What do you usually use your smartphone for?1) Messages or calls (59%)2) SNS (Social Network Services) (23%)3) Others tasks (13%)4; Games (5%)4. How long can you go without using your smartp
Cellists Min-Ji Kim and Ji- hyun Lee performing The 4th regular concert of Keimyung Revo Cello Ensemble in KMU’s Hae Dam concert Hall The fascinated audience watching the cello performance