Yesterday afternoon I was one of the featured speakers at the 44th World Youth Rally.
After a short break, TNKR’s co-founders joined a networking dinner hosted by one of the big foundations in town.
Based on the participants last night, TNKR is famous! They say they see us all over social media and in the news.
I usually avoid introducing myself in Korean, but everyone was asked to introduce themselves for 10 seconds. So that was easy. Plus, there were no recordings.
It was networking, so there was at least conversation about collaborating on projects. Plus, two of the refugees in attendance asked if they can study in TNKR. We tried to explain our approach, but it seemed they didn’t catch the idea about refugee empowerment and choice within TNKR.