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When in China | part 1

In the back of my mind, I have always been a bit apprehensive to go to china. The media, although you shouldn’t believe everything you read, created a distorted reality of china, one drowned in censorship and strong cultural vales. Having been here just over two weeks, I have come to some very stop opinions about this place (which I may share in a separate post) but nonetheless, it has so much to offer.

Currently in mainland china, Chengdu, it’s a rapidly growing city with construction going up at the blink of an eye and probably mire bicycles than Amsterdam.

My first two weeks here have been about survival Chinese skills because trust me, you need them out here. Exploring a different culture and understanding how it was built to the way it is today. It has taught me that if you keep at something and are constantly trying to use it, it will actually stay in your mind. And as you can see, we all graduated and its such a comforting feeling knowing that I can go out an have a small conv…

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