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On August 19, 2010 I embarked on what would end up being the most exciting trip I’ve ever taken in my life. From the day that we landed in Beijing to my last final I have enjoyed every day of this trip. The first couple of days I asked myself what am I doing?? Am I really here in China?? At times I would wake up in the morning thinking everything was normal then seconds later remember that I 

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Even though my root is Chinese because both of my parents are from China, I have learned much more about the way of life in china, the custom of china, and the festivals of china. I have learned what people usually do during the spring festival, which is different from what I known. Moreover, besides having fun with my two friends by travelling to

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The decision to study abroad at TUC-FIU has been such an amazing experience so far.  I have been completely submerged in a new environment, language, and culture that are unfamiliar to me. However, all of the faculty and staff are friendly and eager to make you as comfortable as possible. Dean Wang helped introduce us to the campus and

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Two-Thousand and Eight A.D. has been a crucial and special year for Chinese people across the globe. This is the year that the world sent their best to the capital of China, Beijing to celebrate the Games of the Summer Olympics. The theme of Beijing’s Olympic was, “One World, One Dream.”

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 From March 24th to the 27th, I and a group of other eleven students including sophomores, juniors, and seniors had the opportunity to be part of The 2009 China Hotel Development and Financing Conference which aims to be the leading industry forum to analyze and discuss the latest trends for the hotel industry in China.
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 For Golden Week, a week of celebration in China, our only week off in October, we decided to go to the South of China. Over this week, many people travel; families get together and most students go back home, so it is a good idea to plan ahead. We decided to fly to Guilin, in the Guanxi province...
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 On Jan. 24, 2009 I and my travel partners student Jhonatan Cano, and professors Ryan Parker and Suzanne Smatt set out on an unforgettable spring vacation. Our planned destinations were the southern city of flowers and capital of Yunnan Province, Kunming and the ancient and treasured former capital of China, Xi’an.
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