Exchange Students Blog

20 04, 2015

Foggy Smoggy Shanghai

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by Teresa Anneser

Shanghai is crazy. I love the city, which combines the traditional chinese atmosphere with a modern western charm. But there is this one thing, which worried my mind already before the trip to China started: air pollution. Just 1% of chinese cities can satisfy the European standard of the air quality, which […]

20 04, 2015

Cultural Shock

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by Alex Orgler

I am in Shanghai for nearly one month now. The time runs so fast. I and the others from our university already made so many experiences here. It is really a cultural shock, if you never have been to China before. Over all the traffic. Everybody just drives. Nobody really cares for […]

2 02, 2015

Four unforgettable months in Europe

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by Ke Yan

I still remember the day when I get off the plane at Frankfurt airport, at that time a rainbow appeared in the sky. It is really a perfect journey in my life and I will never forget these four months in Europe.

First of all, I want to say it is really a […]

19 01, 2015

My first time abroad

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by Jiang Junnan

4 months is not so long, especially for me, who loves Europe so much. It’s my first time to be abroad, and it leaves me a lot of precious memories.
First of all, I made a lot of friends here. For example, Monika, who is my buddy in MCM program, she is a […]

19 01, 2015

Story about my buddy and a man I met

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by Wei Tungyin

Something about my story: I want to say two things. One is about a man I meet on the way. Another is about my buddy.

These days I stay in Europe, I have traveled to many places. I have many troubles during my trips. The most frequently happened is getting lost and asking […]

5 01, 2015

The comparison of people’s attitude to ordinary occupation between China and Europe

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by Wang Jin

It’s my first time to be abroad. Everything is so exotic to me. However, nothing impressed me more than the comparison of people’s attitude to ordinary occupation between China and Europe. Take waiter for example. In China waiter is regarded as grass-root. They work in terrible conditions, always more than ten hours […]

16 12, 2014

The Sound of Salzburg

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By Zhang Ran

It is destined to be an extraordinary experience, especially for those who never step out of China, like me. Salzburg, Europe was always been a remote dream, but now I have come into this dream.

Like a newborn baby, everything seems so fresh to me that even a street souvenir shop or café […]

18 11, 2014

Salzburg shows me lots of differences & wonderful things

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By Roger

Considerable undergraduates and postgraduates in China are looking forward to coming to another country as students for a period, because it is a good opportunity for them to broaden their horizon and gain some unforgettable experiences. As a member of these students, I have been longing to the study and life in Austria […]

18 11, 2014

Trust and more connected

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By Samantha

I’ve already been in Europe for almost Two months. Except staying in Salzburg and enjoying the peaceful life here, I also traveled to some places to explore the grande Europe. I’m not going to say how beautiful Berliner Dom is or how many crazy people there are in Amsterdam, since most of the […]

18 11, 2014

Capital Discovery: Geneva, Brussels and Amsterdam

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By Yihan Huang

From the end of October to early November, we started our fieldtrip in Brussel. Apart from Belgium, we added Switzerland and Holland into our trip, therefore we got a chance to experience three European capitals. I would love to use short phrases to describe my whole, intuitive impressions of Geneva, Brussel and […]