March 10, 2014
Do you know him?
Jouleano Benavides BY: Javier Liu Mo
It was a privilaedged to be able to interview a college in a foreign country called Dominican Republic. The name of this interviewee is Jouleano Benavides. We will be having a closer look at his personal life.
ouleano Benavides is college student and citizen of Dominican Republic. Currently he is in his last semester of college persuing a degree in Business Management. He is the kind of student who like to party, drink, and play online game. However, we shall not underestimate ingenuity.
JLM: What’s your hobby? JB: Playing on the computer. JLM: What’s your mayor? Why you chose that mayor? JB: Business administration. I like business and aspire to own one when I graduate. JLM: If you could choose to live anywhere, where would you want to live? Why? JB: Taiwan. I believe that the future of business lies on the Eastern side of the world. For someone with a Business Administration major, and who wants to focus on international business can benefit greatly from this. Also, I believe the culture is rich and offers a new perspective on several issues. JLM: What is your favorite online game? Why?
JB: Basically I was in awe. I’ve seen the place in pictures before, but being there brought about a very intense, surreal feeling. JLM: What is the one thing that you will never do?
JB: There are many things I wouldn’t do. And of course, JB: League of Legends. It’s my depending on the time you favorite one because I can play reflect on it, there are things it with friends, and it’s very that one might reconsider. But addicting due to the great right now, I wouldn’t give up amount of strategy that has to on my aspiration to live and be planned beforehand. study in Taiwan. JLM: What was your first reaction or thought when you visited Disney World or any other favorite places you visited for the first time?
JLM: If you could meet someone famous, who would it be and what would you ask of him?
JB: I really don’t look up to any famous people at the moment. I have a few “slightly” famous people I keep up with, but if I had to meet one it would be Morgan Freeman and I’d ask him to read an essay I wrote out loud. JLM: What is the most embarrassing thing you have seen? JB: I’ve seen men getting their marriage proposal rejected in front of many people. That’s Javier Liu Mo is a journalist for Adelphi University. His interest is on interviewing international student and current event around the globe. Currently, as of 2014, he is a student at Adelphi University, persuing a degree in business.