December 20, 2015 These four months have flown by so incredibly quickly — there are only 5 days until Christmas! Initially, as you guys may know, I really didn’t like Hong Kong when I arrived. Now, though, I really adore the city, and I regret not doing more when I was there. There is… Read More 31. Bye, Hong Kong!
December 18, 2015 Finals weeks have come and gone at CityU, and they were surprisingly very different from finals at Drexel. The university gave students a revision week to help prepare for the exams, which were held over two weeks. This was a nice change, considering the fact that at Drexel we sometimes have class… Read More 30. Final Exams
December 11, 2015 Hold up. Until like a minute ago, I was struggling to come up with a blog post idea. These current few weeks are revision and final exam week here at CityU. A big plus about this university is that they give students a week of revision (a nice thing that is totally… Read More 29. HK Cuisine: Dim Sum
December 10, 2015 Almost a month ago I went to Tai O with the CLASS (College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences) Buddies. They’re a group of local students in CLASS who reach out and do activities with exchange and international students. I found out about this Tai O trip at orientation in August, and… Read More 28. A Visit to a Fishing Village
December 6, 2015 I’ve never been much of a holidays person. I didn’t really care for ugly Christmas sweaters or eggnog by the fireplace or gift exchanges, and I never understood why people were so excited for the holidays. For some reason, I’ve never had the chance to really watch those popular Christmas movies, either.… Read More 27. Christmas Spirit
December 3, 2015 No, I didn’t go back to Philly. Only 4 days after I got back from Singapore, I went off to Shanghai! I don’t actually have family in Shanghai, nor did I live there for several years, but the city feels like home to me. It was during this visit when I realized… Read More 26. A Visit Back Home
November 27, 2015 One thing I mentioned in my last blog post is that I loved Singapore because it was a modern city yet also very proud and protective of nature. I mean, there are more than just a few trees and planted flowers and bushes around. Singapore is actually a little bit less than… Read More 25. A Perfect Mix of City and Nature