NCU, Taiwan─ Taiwan's charm makes foreigner feel like home
This semester, a group of China students entered NCU. Qin Yue Ying(秦月盈), one of them is my roommate. She comes from Xi’ An Jiao Tong University, majoring in Economics department in NCU.
|Qin Yue Ying is exchange|
student from China
Originally, Qin just wanted to accompany her friend who dreamed to study abroad. However, her friends failed to get the choice. As a result, Qin unexpectedly started a colorful life in Taiwan alone.
“Many girls like wearing black stockings!” This is her first impression about Taiwan girls. “In China, girls usually show necked legs” she recalled. Taiwan girls almost dress well and care more about their appearance.
“The library of my home school is full of students every day.” She said. On account of fierce competition in China, they strive to be exceptional among people. Taiwan students usually join club or go out together after class. However, China students concentrate on their schoolwork even future career.
|Qin went to Feng Chia |
Teacher type is also distinguishing. “My Taiwan teacher treats us like friends, I never had dinner with professor before.”
In addition to joining activities held by NCU. Qin also traveled many places in Taiwan such as Taipei101, Kaohsiung, Kenting, Feng Chia, Danshui, Mount ali. She praises delicious food which is Taiwan has long been famous for. And she also have an enviable experience “I was so lucky to see many celebrities in person! they were so friendly” She ran into Ariel Lin, Deserts, Nicholas Teo, Jianning.
|group photo with Deserts|
In this trip to Taiwan, Qin enjoys a wonderful life. Seeing NCU students’ enthusiasm, she gets a new perspective of collage – try to learn something of everything instead of study only. And she found herself truly a hot-blooded girl.
No matter what difference between Taiwan and China, they have the pros and cons respectively. In addition to experiencing distinguishing life style, students also learn to appreciate culture characteristics. It can improve our diplomatic relationship.