I selected The Yeungnam Observer out of many choices during last three years, and have done my best up to now. I have been published in the twenty-one issues for my part, and have moved up the ranks from reporter trainee to editor-in-chief. I have done my best but sometimes, I fell that it leaves something to be desired.
Now there is a dim panorama of my memories. There are also events that took place from the time I was reporter trainee up to the time I became editor-in-chief. When I was a reporter trainee, I didn't know anything about The Yeungnam Observer. However as time passed I wrote my articles with passions, and eventually I became the editor-in-chief. Working in this position, I learned many things about people and organizations.
Many years from now, I may look back on three days as the most rewarding of my live. But they won't JUST to be simply a pleasant memory for me, as the membership training in faculty was. My life has been well worth living for the last three years and I'm sure what I have achieved will have an effect on the next thirty. When I think of the last three years at university, I feel that it was certainly a beautiful period when I worked hard for The Yeungnam Observer. And I'm leaving with a new chocolate, one of them is in the box, but it is not the end, it is a new beginning, and nobody knows where it will lead.