Intercultural Communication Center (ICC)Waseda University






School of Liberal Studies


China (Shanghai)


Watching TV shows and movies, travelling, sports (jogging, swimming and badminton), cooking, etc.

Why did you apply to become an SSL?

When I was a freshman, I participated lots of events of the ICC. I think ICC brought me lots of warmth and happiness to my life in Waseda and Japan because at the beginning of my college life, I was not confident in myself and did not have many friends. The staff from the ICC are very kind and open minded, so I wanted to become one of them. When I came back from study aboard, I felt myself more confident and better at communicating with others. I think I am capable to help those international students like I used to be so I applied for ICC. 

What does work as an SSL mean to you?  Please say something about diversity or intercultural communication.

I think working as an SSL really provides me with the opportunities to talk to different people, such as our staff, event participants, supports, foreign visitors or general public. I think my experience here will definitely be part of the best memories of my college life. Also, I think in lots of cases, misunderstandings or bias are not related to diversity but ignorance. That’s why I believe that in order to better understand each other, the first step we should take is to know each other. I am glad to be part of the ICC who is trying to popularize the ideas of different cultures and providing the opportunities for everyone to talk to each other.  


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