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February 27, 2008

I am a undergrate majoring in international ecomonics and trade, and will gratuate this June. Now I am an intern in an internatonal logictic company in Qingdao, while I am looking for a job in the field of import and export trade.

Growing up in an undeveloping rural area, I began doing farming work when I was a little boy. The work in the farm not only made me very heathy, but grant me ability of enduring hardship and working hard.

My parents are all farmers, and they brought me up with their love and hard-working. As a son from a poor farming family, I treature my chance of going to university, and I was very appreciated of what my family have done for me very much.

Understanding the hardships of my parents and being in the hope of changing my fate, I know that I have no choice but to study hard. In university, I always asked myself that what kind of job I want to do in the future and what I would be able to do. After studing for four years in university, I think I have changed a lot, certainly to a positive side.

As a student majoring in international trade, I know English is very very important, so I always take advantage of every chane to pratice my lanuage skill. To improve my listening, I forced myself to listening to radio programs spoken in English almost everyday. To make my ability of reading in English better, I asked myself to read magazine, papers written in English. I raap what I sow. Now, I can say with confidence that I can communicate with foreigners in english freely.

Athough I am poor in working experience, but I think that I have the training and ability you are looking for. If granted a opportunity of workng, I believe that I will be a excellent employee.

Thank you!

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