Nominated by Ministry of National Education of Poland, as a representative of Polish youth organizations, I attended one week series of conferences, seminars and field visits in China.
networking and panel discussions with counterparts from other EU countries and Chinese provinces about strategies for training and development of Youth in China and EU attending conferences and meetings with top Chinese officials, businessmen and scientists
learnt about tradition and culture of Miao Ethnic group
Together with Yunnan Mountain Heritage Foundation we went on research trip to Weixi County to get to the most remote areas in order to do research about Lisu, Yi and Wu minorities. Our main area of interest was their living conditions, handicrafts and world perception.
Two publications written: (pdf link to download)
Empathy and The Art of Communicating Beyond Language and Culture Barriers
What the Yi family dreams of
“Identity of Nomads on Sahara Desert. “
conducted exploratory research (interviews, projective drawing method) in the small village by Sahara desert in Morocco in Africa
“The Stereotype of Muslim Women in Hijab”
wrote the article for basing on research travel observations
100 Day Research Single Travel in South East Asia
Stranger Culture as Catalyst of Identity and Transgressional Changes in Travel Process.
Conducted my master thesis research about the Sense of Identity among Single Backpackers, and therapeutic aspects of travelling established contacts with cross-cultural psychologists in Hong Kong and Korea
presented my research project at Chinese University of Hong Kong
gave a lecture during national conference “Beyond Borders”
published article for University magazine
I took part in the project
Desert Life was an initiative by AIESEC Jaipur along with HEDCON to understand the lives and conditions of the people of Desert of Rajasthan in a better way and to bring it in front of the world through doing research work and understanding their issues more profoundly.
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Cultural Variants of a Cosmo woman: An Analysis of the Modern Woman’s Image Based on the Polish and Chinese Editions of Cosmopolitan Magazine
“The research pr esents th e reader with the results of an analysis of the modern woman’s image, based on the contents offered by the Polish and Chinese editions of Cosmopolitan magazine. Continue reading The image of modern women in Chinese and Polish editions of Cosmopolitan