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Some thoughts about studying abroad

How long it take us to know a culture while you are studying here

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Today, my friend Annika went back to home from the Halifax. After three months of adventure in this peaceful province, Monica and I said goodbye to her. And by the way, she is one of foreign correspondents too. I wish that everything will go well to her and she could have a safe and wonderful time on the airplane.

As an international student, I am pleased to be a foreign correspondent and share my knowledge about studying abroad with everyone who is following me and watching my videos.

Right now, I just want to share some thoughts about being here with you. First of all, I believe that for most of the students, they need six months to get used to the school system and have a brief idea about studying in a foreign country. They may feel much more comfortable to talk and get along with other international student at that time as they have a lot more similarities than the native student. After, they start involve in some activities and club in either school or with their host family. It takes them another year in to be actually involved in the society, or to get used to their culture. According to my experience, it’s better for students stay in a foreign country for two years to learn the culture.

If you guys have any question about studying abroad, don’t forget to comment my blog below.

See you guys next time!

Posted by zhaoyajian1998 13:13 Archived in Canada Tagged #nsispfc #nsisp #novascotia #studyingabroad

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