Help Us Translate These American Opinions on International Friendships

by Jessica Stahl - Posts (449). Posted Tuesday, June 11th, 2013 at 11:00 am

We recently received a message from one of our Vietnamese friends asking if we had translations for any of our stuff. We don’t, but we could … with your help!

This is one of our most popular videos, exploring American students’ opinions about their international classmates (produced as part of our series on Americans’ real feelings about international students). Help us subtitle it into your language so more people can watch. Simply click the subtitle button and then select “add new translation.”

Thanks to our good friend Homayoon for trying it out and giving us some amazing Persian subtitles to get us started. He says it’s pretty easy to do, so we’ll take his word for it!

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