New Zealand: Culture, Contrast, and Challenge

SAS Eye Reporter Mi Le Jang shares her exciting interim experience, North Island, NZ: Culture, Contrast, and Challenge, through a travel film. Students experience the rich “Māori” culture by living together on a Marae (a traditional tribal home), they preparing and feasting on the Hangi meal, carving their own jade necklace and further engaging in modern New Zealand activities such as surfing, whitewater rafting, and luge.

Author: Mi Le Jang

Mi Le Jang, currently a senior in SAS, is one of the Chief Media Editors. This is her 18th year in Singapore and her third year working for The SAS Eye. Although she was born in Singapore, she remains deeply attached to her hometown in Korea. She loves watching YouTube videos, experimenting with film and editing, traveling to new places, and spending time with her family members. She spends most of her time chilling in the library or media lab, but she can always be contacted at milejang30003@gmail.com.

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