The power and privilege of education, the power of compassion & humanity, and how what I am doing now is in line with the UWC mission and values of international understanding and world peace.
I return to the vibrant Dragon city for the first time since the last time I lived there 18 years ago. While the city--some images of which were formulated by martial art movies I had grown up with--did not disappoint in the mid-nineties, I am curious to see what it is like now.
Some things that you feel you have to do, or you must do, or you need to do, may just be your own feeling, and therefore, if it's something you can do by yourself, you might just as well do it yourself.
We have an unprecedented number of UWC scholarship offers! While that's great, they do not all cover travel and accommodation. What that means is that the Nepal UWC Committee has a challenge ahead!
I was a guest at Little Angels School where I spoke to the A-levels students. I did my best to inspire them to follow their dreams by talking to them about my own life.
I applied for a UWC scholarship because I had "a strong desire to learn more about the world and the people who live on it" and to get a much better education.