I have been created my Topic in Scoop.it page this April and I created my topic about Finland.
Actually before I started this Scoop.it page I every time confuse and cannot arrangement my information. I have planned to go Finland this June so I am interested in Finland and I have passion about life in Finland. So I make my Topic title to”Finland2013” because this 2013 I move to Finland. And I use my background to MOOMIN animation character because this animation character is one of symbol of Finland also I created my own icon that is Finland land shape with Finland flag. I think when someone goes to abroad we need to know where is that country and what that country’s flag is. That is starting point of learning about other country.
Also I want to perfectly arrange my information and make a good file for my Finland life but those are so difficult to me without computer and without good website. But through the scoop.it page I can arrangement my files and pictures and video clips etc. that’s really awesome for me. Now, I have information about working, studying, learning Finnish, traveling, good book, article and new thing about Finland.
One of my favorite pages is students guide to working in Finland and planning to move to Finland PDF file. Because when I didn’t bring my USB I cannot open my PDF file immediately I need to searching in the web site and I need to downloading but through the scoop.it page I don’t need to click and I don’t need to downloading that PDF file to my computer or cellphone. So I can see this high quality information PDF file whenever I want.
Second point of my favorite about scoop.it that is I can sharing my information with people and I also can receive comment and I can receive some information from the others. Through the sharing I learned many things about Finland those are Santa Claus village, Aurora, Sauna, Angry birds.
Another interesting thing is score for Topic that score made me happy, sad. But this score make people do their best.
This page is Finnish (Suomi) Language center in Helsinki University Actually few months ago I already checked this language courses in Helsinki University but Helsinki University office person said “Even though I take this courses I cannot receive visa or residence permit through this language courses”. So, little bit frustrated about this but if you are going to Finland as a worker or student or Travel you can register and take courses if you want to learn about Finnish. Try to search information about Finnish language center through this site or other web page:
*Helsinki Summer University (헬싱키 지역 하계 대학, 영문), (English/Finnish for foreigners)
The Finnish men's national ice hockey team, or Leijonat / Lejonen (The Lions in Finnish and Swedish), as it is called in Finland, is governed by the Finnish Ice Hockey Association. Finland is considered a member of the "Big Seven", along with Canada, the Czech Republic, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden and the United States.
If you have opportunity to go Finland, how about try to looking ice hockey play?
The world’s top architects are competing to design Finland’s longest bridge. Why is it so special? Three words: no cars allowed.
This time Finland wants to make a longest bridge which bridge can connect Helsinki nihti area with Kruunu-vuorenranta. Now their step is just planning but I want to see that beautiful bridge when I go there.
My name is Julia Ryu, and I come from South Korea.
At the moment, I'm studying my last semester in Hannam university in Dae-jeon,South Korea.
However, I will get my graduation certificate in February 2014.
And I am going to Finland this June 20! I am really interesting about my future plan in Finland. because of this reason i want to gathering and arrangement information about finland through the scoop.it site.
and also I want to help the people who want to go Finland or interested about Finland. and I want to sharing my story with you :)
This site involve 3website page but among the 3 page two pages are really helpful for Korean people who want to go Finland.
First one is Korean Association in Finland; they include so many living, studying information. Next one is KOSAFI which is Korean Student Association in Finland; these website really helpful Korean students who planning to move Finland and study in Finland join this page and get high quality information from two website!
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