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Over the last 30 years, I have paid especially close attention to relations between Taiwan and China, and all of the implications of this tension for Taiwanese identity. As a published historian of the Cold War, I have also paid particular close attention to the ever-simmering conflict on the Korean Peninsula. I am also very much attached to the profound spirituality to be found in Japan, especially at Shofukuji, where I spent as much time as possible at this holy site where Zen Buddhism began developing in Japan almost 8 centuries ago. I am confident that my raised consciousness level concerning Asian issues will enable me to provide creative ideas for our statement that can help you to get accepted, even to highly competitive programs in Asian Studies.

It is a special honor for me to help you; together, we are building tomorrow by helping you to get accepted, based on an eloquent explanation of your long term plans concerning your contribution to Asia and Asian-Western relations. After you fill out my Online Interview Form, I will ask you some specific questions by email if I need any further information. Please also send your resume/CV and or rough draft if you have one. 

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Many scholarships available for the Asian American. These scholarships have been set up in an attempt to help these students get the funding they need. They are also offered through many of the Asian American organizations around the US that further political ambitions as well as education.

More Info - http://www.asian-nation.org/best-colleges.shtml

To better help you understand your opportunities as an Asian student, here is a list of some of the top universities with high rates of Asian enrollment. The Asian American education also opens many doors to professional fields of employment that have not been there in earlier decades. One of the top industries for employment is health care and the medical profession. These professions tend to offer the most pay for the abilities the Asian American population shows. Another area of high interest is R&D for IT programs.

The universities for Asian American education are as follows:
University of Hawaii Manoa
University of California (all three)
Polytechnic University NY
Rutgers
University of Pennsylvania
University of Maryland
Cornell University
Stanford
Massachusetts IT
Georgia Tech
Pomona
Wellesley
University of Texas

The above universities are just a small portion of the Asian American education opportunities offered to the Asian American population. In fact the universities listed for the Asian American education are some of the top universities in the country. To name one there is Stanford. Stanford for the Asian American education is one of the best for medical education. It is sought by many in the Asian American population. One reason is because it is a high level school requiring a very high GPA for attendance and it offers the top level of education in the western states.

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My clients, increasingly, are Asian or Asian Americans because Asians are now attending colleges and universities at record numbers. Especially in the last few years there are more Asian Americans seeking a higher level education. Overall in the US 45 percent of all Asian Americans have been seeking a college level education in order to get ahead in their lives. Most of the population for Asians above the age of 25 has a degree from a university. These degrees surprisingly have been obtained through the Asian homeland rather than in the US. In this article we will look at the Asian American education opportunities that individuals can find in the US. These have changed drastically in the last few years, regarding Asian American education.

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As someone who has traveled throughout much of Asia and has spent decades closely following political, economic, and cultural developments in that region of the world, I feel strongly that I am especially well qualified to help with statements in this area.

Asian Studies, Issues, Concerns, and Creative Writing for the Personal Statement of Purpose in Asian Studies for Admission to Master’s Degree, MA Programs.

Prior to developing this service about 15 years ago, I lived in Korea and Japan for extensive periods of time teaching English. Later, while attending my own Master’s Program in TESOL at the University of Illinois in Champaign/Ubana, I developed especially close friendships with Asians that continue to this day. I learned an enormous amount about Asia which I think will be reflected in the model first paragraph that I want to draft on your behalf at no charge or obligation.

Famous and Inspiring Asian Women

Malala Yousafzai

Malala is a Pakistani human rights activist for female education and the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate whose advocacy has grown into an international movement. Malala’s family runs a chain of schools in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of northwest Pakistan, where the local Taliban banned girls from attending school during certain periods.

Malala wrote an article under a pseudonym for BBC Urdu describing her life under the

Taliban occupation and promoting education for girls when she was just 11 years old.

The following summer, a documentary was made about her life by a New York Times journalist, Adam B. Ellick. Malala rose in prominence and was nominated for the

International Children’s Peace Prize by Desmond Tutu.

In October 2012, Malala got onto her school bus and a gunman shot her three times.

One bullet hit the left side of her forehead, travelling under her skin through the length of her face and into her shoulder. She was unconscious for days after the attack, and was in a critical condition, but she underwent extensive rehabilitation at a hospital in

Birmingham, U.K. and her state of health improved markedly.

When a group of fifty Muslim clerics in Pakistan issued a petition against those that tried to kill her, the Taliban reiterated their intent to kill both her and her father.

Luckily, this only raised people’s awareness of Malala and her advocacy and a UN

petition was launched by Gordon Brown demanding that all children worldwide be in school by the end of 2015, which lead to Pakistan’s first Right to Education Bill in 2013.

Malala was considered one of the most influential people in the world in 2013, 2014 and 2015 by TIME magazine. She will turn 20 in July, 2017.

 

Corazon Aquino

Corazon Aquino was the 11 th and first female president of the Philippines. She restored democracy after a long dictatorship led by Ferdinand Marcos. Her husband was an opponent Marcos and was assassinated upon his return from exile. When Marco unexpectedly held an election in 1986, Corazon became the unified opposition’s presidential candidate and she took office until 1992.

Corazon was born into a wealthy political and banking family but she studied in the

United States from age 13 until she graduated in 1953 with a bachelor’s degree in both

French and mathematics from College of Mount St. Vincent in New York.

After her husband’s death, Corazon evolved into a national symbol of reform, and when she won the election after her supporters challenging the results in 1986, she was named TIME magazine’s Woman of the Year.

Sample 1st Paragraph MSc East Asian Studies, Korean Applicant

Born in Seoul Korea, I share in common with President Obama the fact that I spent formative childhood years in Indonesia, 3-8 years old. I remember Indonesia very well and this has contributed to my sense of global or international identity as a citizen of the world. I am also fully Korean, however, as a result of the fact that we returned to Korea where I continued to grow up from 9 to 15 years old, when me moved to Canada.

Now 23, I have spent the last 5 years in the USA and will be completing my BA in Political Science next spring. I have come to very much love full time study and I hope to continue on to graduate school at the University of Bristol because I am anxious to move forward on the graduate level right away. Your MSc in East Asian Development and Global Economy at the University of XXXX is the graduate program that covers all of my areas of major interest in the most comprehensive and creative way.

English Teacher from Kazakhstan

As a teacher I see my mission as helping students to find themselves in the future, to empower and inspire them to independent, creative thinking, teaching them to take responsibility for what is happening throughout the world. I am an English teacher, an educator, and a social investigator, a solid and active member of my pedagogical community.

I am adept at performing my responsibilities in my everyday work and I have developed my own teaching philosophy, built on the shoulders of those educators that I have most admired. I like to focus on continuous professional development through reflective practices, both in my own attempt to constantly improve as a teacher, as well as with my students. I try to achieve my goals through careful planning, delivering precise instruction and promoting positive student behavior in my classroom. 

I especially love teaching English, preparing for my lessons, finding new methods and introducing new technological tools. I have become increasingly creative as a result of greater experience. Educating young people provides me with a profound sense of achievement and purpose in life. Just as I believe in lifelong education, I also believe that we can always improve as citizens, especially as citizens of the world. I feel privileged to live in the era of the Internet, which has given us all many novel ways to learn about our world and to interact with it. I am also very proud to teach an international language, our only truly global language, English.

I I feel keenly inspired every day to meet new challenges and to work to implement needed reforms in our educational system. While myself and my more experienced colleagues inevitably face great challenges and even contradictions in our practice, I believe that Kazakhstan will succeed in building an internationally competitive educational space over the course of the next few decades.


Booth patriotic and optimist; I believe that my country will be one of the leaders in fostering global education in Central Asia. We have made great progress at the construction, refinement and adaptation of pedagogical principles and processes to our unique context in Kazakhstan. I have encountered many practical problems in my teaching experience and although I can often find solutions by consulting relevant works by Western educators, I yearn for more direct professional contact and collaboration with respect to many issues as we continue to advance in education.I am especially attracted to the way in which the XXXX Program provides a great opportunity to develop professionally and to acquire invaluable skills and contacts that will play a crucial role in my ongoing professional advancement, helping me to make my maximum contribution to both secondary and higher education in my country.