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I hope this message finds you well. This is Russell Ahn from PE department at UCB.
I am a faculty member of Physical Education and Endowed Director of UC Martial Arts Program on campus.
For your information, I was just got contacted by Executive Secretary Dr. Chung Mong Joon (7 times National AssemblyMember of Korea & Honorary Vice President of FIFA) from Korea to organize a special talk for Dr. Chung on UCB campus. Dr. Chung would like to give a talk about following topics on Sunday November 11th from 3pm to 5:30pm at UCB campus.
- Special national loan program for Korean students who are studying abroad
- Visions and hopes for Study abroad students from Korea
- Benefits of New policies on Korean people Overseas
- Oversea Korean protection laws
- Expansion of Dual Citizenship
I think this will provide you with some very useful information for your success in studying abroad as well as benefits for Koreans in overseas. Therefore, I would like to invite all of you to Dr. Chung’s talk at UCB campus on November 11, 2012
Date: November 11, 2012
Location: 1 Alumni House (Toll Room)
Special Talk by Dr. Chung Mong Joon 3:00~4:30pm
Open discussion & closure 4:30~5:30pm
Please feel free to let me know if you have any question or concern. Moreover, if you can R.S.V.P via replying this message, it will be great.
P.S. Currently, I am serving as Regional President, Director of K-Sports and International Director of World Association of Hallyu Studies. If everyone has little bit of time after Dr. Chung’s talk, I would like to discuss about a potential Korean Sport and traditional game Festival on campus for next year’s Chuseok ‘Korean thanksgiving day’. I would like to discuss with you in detail since I would like to make it campus wide Korean festival so Center for Korean Studies, Korean study program UC Martial Arts Program and UC Recreational Sports will be part of the special events. Moreover, I would like to invite our Korean students’ organization to organize the event together because we have more than 850 students from Korea and several hundred of Korean American students on our campus. Therefore, I think this event will help campus to recognize groups of Korean and promote Korean values on campus. I hope you can be part of this exciting event.