Etrit Adami

Tirana, Albania

About Etrit

Bio

I'm Music Teacher in High School-of Music in Tirana ,Albania . I teach Trombone and I'm satisfied and honored in my profession as a Teacher. I am a nice person, always trying to help others. I always want people happy and smiling (I prefer laughing, but I'll take a smile anytime). I am a very good, loyal, trustworthy friend to the end. I have more than 10 solid friendships that have withstood the test of time (over 25 years). When I love, it's passionate and deep. When I am angry I can be pretty mean. I don't like violence, I am very sharp with my words. I am educated, and love to be around other educated people as they inspire me. I love people- working with them, talking with them, helping them- I just love being around people. There are the times I require my "quiet space", I read and think during those times and would be insane without them.

I'm passionate about

Studying history ,Traveling and Exploring New Places, Playing Tennis, indulging in Adventurous Sports - Scuba Diving, Bungee Jumping, Para-Gliding, Wind Surfing, Hot Air Ballooning,

People don't know I'm good at

International Relationship and Diplomacy, History

Comments & conversations

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Etrit Adami
Posted over 3 years ago
What does the speed of the acquisition of foreign cultural gestures reveal in one's personality?
It's called Cultural Shock . Everyone experiences culture shock in different ways, at different times and to different degrees. Since you will be spending a lot of your time with other Americans, the culture shock you should expect would be minimal compared to someone who is going to live with a Swiss host family and attend a Swiss university without any other Americans around. * Usually the cultural adjustment process follows a certain pattern. At first, you will be excited about going to Europe and starting a new adventure. When you first arrive, everything will appear new and exciting. However, after some time, you may start to feel homesick and question why the Swiss (or Italians or French) do things differently than Americans do. You may even become irritated with these differences. However, you will eventually get used to this new way of life. And before you know it, you will be getting excited about the return home to your family and friends. * An orientation will be provided for you upon arrival to the Center. This orientation will include information regarding culture shock and how to cope with it. In addition, the Student Affairs Coordinator is available to assist students with the cultural adjustment process.
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Etrit Adami
Posted over 4 years ago
Jacek Utko: Can design save newspapers?
It is very interesting speech, and the message through it looks pretty clear that the Design is the the most important aspect of what you would like to express configured into shape , message , services , how determined in people's mind seeking what their demands are assorted with the first impact of design.