This post is about the websites or portals that students at City University of Hong Kong use. The best way to access all the links without bookmarking them is to go to the school’s website, http://www.cityu.edu.hk/. On the upper right hand corner, hover over “Quick Links” and a menu will show up with all the links.… Read More HK: CityU Links
It is week 5 of classes here at the City University of Hong Kong. Unlike the mid-term crunch I would be feeling if I was at Drexel this term, the atmosphere here is quite chill. I am currently taking 12 credits which consist of two Computer Science classes and two general electives. All my classes… Read More HK: Classes at CityU
Hi guys! Last week I was in Taipei, Taiwan so it’s been a while since I last posted. This post will be about my experience with booking flights and traveling from Hong Kong so far. As I mentioned earlier, my friends and I went to Taiwan last Thursday and we stayed for 4 days. The airline we… Read More HK: A Guide to Flying ✈
So only after three weeks of living in the student residence, I feel like I’ve been here for months. There are eleven halls total and they’re numbered from one to eleven. Halls 1, 2 and 3 are the oldest while the newer ones are Hall 10 and 11 which were only built 3 years ago.… Read More HK: Living on Campus
This weekend, ICDS took us on a 4 day trip to Nicaragua. We got picked up from our houses at 3:30am and didn’t get to Nicaragua until 3pm! It was only suppose to take us about 8 hours, but it we hit traffic and the wait at the border took awhile. When we finally got there,… Read More Across the border!
This weekend we took a trip to the Caribbean side of Costa Rica. Some of us went to Puerto Viejo, while my group went to Cahuita, which is about 20 minutes away from Puerto Viejo. The commute from San Jose was about 4 hours long. When we arrived, our hostel was right by the bus… Read More Caribbean Vibes!
For this weekend, we went on a trip to Atenas to survey the people on what they thought about their health system. Atenas also happens to be Luis’ hometown. We all met at ICDS in the morning and drove an hour away to Luis’ parents house to have breakfast. Usually, Luis said he would book… Read More Atenas Trip with ICDS!