Behind the Scenes: Meet Yin

During May, SCOLA followers traveled along as we visited Myanmar for our Country of the Month. We experienced the weather, discovered a traditional recipe, and much more! Now let’s meet Yin Yin, our provider from Myanmar who led us on the tour of her country.

Yin Yin started to work for SCOLA in November 2012. She likes to share Myanmar’s cultures and traditions with the world. She sends in videos of Burmese language programming, traditional Myanmar food, cultural videos, nature and geographic videos, and more.

In Myanmar, Yin Yin works as a graphic designer for a design and advertising company in Yangon. In her free time she likes to travel and take photos and videos for SCOLA.

Want to see more of the wonderful, authentic resources Yin sends in from Myanmar? Access your free trial today at www.scola.org!

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Behind the Scenes: Meet William

This month, with the help of SCOLA provider EBAI William NKONGHO, our followers were able to visit Cameroon through our Country of the Month. William sent in original material from his home country ranging from information about locally grown produce to an instructional video for a traditional recipe for snails.

William is from Manyu Division, Mbinjong Village, in southwest Cameroon. He was born in a small town called Tiko and is currently married with three children. In his home country, William is certified in Security and Safety and Firefighting Techniques. He is also currently undergoing training to be a Sound Engineer.

William began working with SCOLA in June 2008. William believes SCOLA‘s duty is incomparable. He prays that God will continue to inspire our providers and subscribers to go to other countries and discover many more cultures.

We want to thank William, and all of our providers for their continuous work on our services and special projects. Check out the material William sent us this month on our social media pages, and then visit SCOLA.org to see more authentic resources straight from Cameroon.

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