Seeing the world from a different perspective

“The biggest thing I learned in Korea was how to see the world from someone else’s point of view. People who had a different upbringing from me taught me the most about life… that there is no correct way to live it.” —Ntiense Inyang ’16 (left)

Since 2006, the Phillips Ambassadors program—created by Carolina alumnus and former U.S. ambassador Earl N. “Phil” Phillips and his family—has supported study abroad experiences in Asia for more than 270 students.

In some cases, those experiences ignited new passions, created career opportunities and changed the trajectories of program participants’ lives.

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This is story number 36 in the Carolina Stories 225th Anniversary Edition magazine.

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