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New Apartment and Other Jazz

大家好!

I know it’s been a long time and there is so much I haven’t written about because of it. I actually went over a full month with pretty much no internet, or internet so slow that it was useless so that was the main cause. 718 more words

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Everyday life as foreign student in China – Part 2: weekends

Did you miss Part 1? Just click here to discover about weekdays!

» Weekends

Weekend starts on Friday at 12:00 AM. The bell rings, you close the book even if the teacher is asking you to finish the excercise and you try to invite some koreans join your meal, but they have something else to do. 1,199 more words

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2017 CPU Chinese Government Scholarship For MSc and PhD Students in Pharmacy

Chinese Government Scholarship-Chinese University Program (CGS-CUP) is established by the Ministry of Education of China (hereinafter referred to as MOE) aiming to offer support in building international high level universities and promote Chinese higher education brand. 820 more words

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CAAS MSc and PhD Scholarships in China(For Students in Sciences)

The Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) is a national research organization for scientific research, technology transfer and education in agriculture. It is always striving to provide solutions to a broad range of challenges in sustaining agricultural development through innovative research and technology transfer. 917 more words

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Everyday life as foreign student in China – Part 1: weekdays

» First week

The first week is pretty different from the rest of the time you will spend in China: you just arrived and you know absolutely nothing about the campus, the city, the people, the courses, the life, yourself. 684 more words

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First look at studying in China

After two weeks of living in China as a foreign student, I have something to tell you about the organization of work at Chinese Universities (mine is Zhejiang University in Hangzhou). 1,129 more words

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How I ended up in China - Confucius Institute Scholarship

When I first told my family and friends that I’m going to go to China for a year to study, I didn’t believe it myself. It was so surreal to a girl who never really travelled, but always wanted to, that I just couldn’t comprehend it – and it remains so until the very second I landed in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, Before the entrance to Zhejiang University Yuquan Campus. 915 more words

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