My first semester studying abroad at CityU Hong Kong has finally finished. It's been a wonderful experience and I've learned a lot from this journey, which I decided to pursue at the beginning of this 2013.Fortunately, I've been able to achieve every single goal I wrote down in January. First, I got accepted for studying … Continue reading Hong Kong #15: First Semester Abroad Summary + xVideos!
The CityU FamHey everyone! I hope you guys are doing as good as I am. This will be my post "Hong Kong #5" since I arrived in Hong Kong for my study abroad. Thanks for checking my blog and leaving comments and votes. Keep it up! :)Despite the departure of Mona back to California, the … Continue reading Hong Kong #5: Football. Academians’ Night. China Consulate. Boatzilla. + TED Talk!
Bonne Chance and Bon VoyageIt's been a long week as well as weekend. I trained with the football team and ever since after that moment my mid-autumn festival started off ( on Tuesday ) when I had both a birthday dinner and a moon cake dine with the To family. However, I had actually began … Continue reading Hong Kong #4: Mid-Autumn Festival. LKF. Typhoon #8. Special Note.
Street Art + PeopleFlight.Definitely, one of the best things about flying long distances ( i.e. SFO to HKG ) is being seated in first row where you can stretch your legs, bend back your seat, and get off for a walk without the necessity of asking your neighbors every now and then. My flight from San … Continue reading Hong Kong #1: Flight & Explore.
Hi everybody reading! I have created a GoFundMe fundraiser website so that friends, families and even strangers and acquaintances can help me cover part of my international tuition fee, housing & meals, college supplies, and health care insurance during my study abroad experience in Hong Kong. I really appreciate every effort and fund you make … Continue reading Support My New Adventure
Is it just me? Probably not, probably yes. Ever since the college semester ended up in late May, I've been waiting and wanting to travel and start my study abroad program in Hong Kong. I wonder whether that feeling is similar in every student who got into their respective study abroad programs... or is it … Continue reading Getting Personal: Is It Just Me?