What living in Malaysia meant to me

When I decided to move to Malaysia I didn’t think if it’s going to be good or bad, I just knew that there’s no cultural shock in this world to ever affect me.

Well, the two years spent there have been the years in which I learnt what I want to do with my life, they’ve changed my ambitions and life values. I’ve learnt that dreams have no limits and that travelling can show you the other side of the world which you’ve maybe only seen on TV.

Malaysia opened my eyes on the major cultural differences between me and the rest of the world and on what is important to me in the future. At the same time, I’ve met antrepreneurs, I’ve travelled in S-E Asia and I’ve created a free public speaking platform called SpeakUP

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