Amazing, alhamdulillahirabbilalamin. I couldn't be more grateful to Allah SWT who gave me another opportunity to go abroad. Yeah dude! finally, i went to South Korea, to attend Global MUN 2011. It was a blessed and a BLAST! Meeting so many people around the world, the next future leader and of course I had a rare opportunity to see Mr. Secretary General of United Nations a.k.a Mr. Ban Ki-Moon. Unfortunately, I hadn't a chance to take a photo with him, really bad :(
but I though it was a minor dissapointment, since the whole conference was really GREAT for me. Although, the rules of procedure were quiet distinctive rather than usual MUN. But I gained a lot of knowledge there, especially related to UN General Assembly resolution making process, general debate and how they prefer to use consesnsus rather than voting. I also enjoyed so much experiences on traditional Korean culture. Moreover, I get many newfriends around the world!
And yeah, because of it is held in the holy month of Ramadhan, I also got a chance to experience fasting in Korea. It was longer and sometimes hotter than in Indonesia. We should take an early breakfast before 4 am and just breaking our fast in 7.30 pm, what a long day!
I also got chances to visited Citra, my fellow ppsdms in Jeonju, where she is staying for one year student exchange program in Chonbuk National University and MK, my fellow at APRU USP last year in Singapore.
Very good opportunity also to know many more friends such as Bernard, my fellow from Malaysia (we are in one delegation of Romania), Yasmin from palestine (the only one Palesitine girl I know in this world. haha), Tugba from Turkey but live in Germany, Nhil from India and so many other friends from China...
what an unforgettable experience to be one of the Global MUN participant :)
One thing for sure, we had a lot of prayers from the speakers and my fellows because they wish us for luck and success in the future. So, I start to pray the same for those of you who also want to expand your horison and feel the experience to become the global citizen :)