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First Stop: EGYPT

EGYPT – I have never been in another country other than Mexico and the United States in my twenty-two years of life. Therefore, traveling to Egypt was definitely one of the most shocking experiences I could ever had. 1,712 more words


Sevilla and Beyond

Sevilla is the capital of the autonomous community of Andalusia (home of my very own Granada) and about two and a half hours away from Granada as the tour bus drives, so why not head over for the weekend? 914 more words

Al-Taalib is born.

My name is Pedro Garcia, a twenty-two year old Hispanic male majoring in International Politics from the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). Just as many other students from UTEP, I have also lived and studied in Mexico, experiencing the bi-cultural contrast that these two entities have to offer, and it was such experiences which have had a direct impact on the way I perceive the world. 428 more words


Living the Dream - The Fischers in Italy

I was lucky enough to share Milan with my mom and brother last week. They arrived in Milan on Saturday, October 18th and departed from Rome on Sunday, October 26th, and boy, did they keep me busy the entire time they were here! 1,558 more words


[超重要] 留學申請SOP和Essay撰寫祕訣 (下)



Graduate School

Day Sixty-Four

Three Things I Learned:

1. A Sweet Café is buffet style restaurant where you can have unlimited mini pizzas and cake, which is really awesome to visit after hanging out in a Cat Café. 67 more words


Why Study in Australia?

While overseas study is expensive, Australia is more affordable than most other destinations and offers a high standard of quality education, excellent living condition and a tolerant multicultural society. 479 more words

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