After we settled down at the guest house of Yunnan University, I found that our daily schedule was very tight. In a day, we made a visit to one or two schools. Some of our members performed samulnori, a performing art derived from old farmer's music before a large audience. Others performed Taekwondo. In the meantime, those who did not take part in outdoor activities conducted classrooms with Korean language, drawing, and paper folding.
Of course, these were not all that we did. Some schools invited us to take part in sports events. Others asked us to sing songs. On their part, with various music and dances they entertained us enormously. In the end, everyone appeared happy and became friendly beyond the differences of nationality and age.
In conclusion, I'd like to suggest some points for our future volunteer corps. First, on our part, we need much more time to get well prepared. Second, we have to pay more attention to selecting better qualified volunteers. Third, our university has to establish a better communication channel with our sister university for a successful program.
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