Post Graduation survey results from ETC students who completed degree requirements during the December 2016, May 2017 and August 2017 semesters.
A pheasant in a marsh may flutter ten times to peck and hundred times to drink, but it does not wish to be captured in the cage. -Cited from Zhuangzi-
The above proverb was written by the famous oriental philosopher Zhuangzi. When Sanghyun (known as Cooper) read the book, Zhuangzi, a few years ago, he got the answer to the way of looking at the world and the attitude that he should possess to live in this world. A bird that cannot fly in the cage might lose the reason of living as a bird. He is confident that he has wings that are sufficient of potential and possibility. Now, it's time to head on to unexplored parts of the world.