That’s how to write my name in Chinese. A lot of friends said it was like a drawing. It’s true that it’s a little bit difficult to write. But not if you write it every day. Anyway it’s my name.
I’m Amy, from Beijing, China. I’m going to focus on food today. The ice-cream we got from downtown is really big, the MINI one is bigger than the large one in China. I tried chocolate brownie and cheesecake yesterday. I didn’t have food tastes like that before in China. By the way, I really love it. In China, we do eat a lot stir-fried and also steamed food. Maybe you have heard of dumplings or tofu. That’s traditional food in China. What’s more, we eat with chopsticks mostly for each meal, not fork and knives.
All the classes I took have people from diverse culture. I really enjoy getting to know the culture of others, it’s like traveling the whole world. Thanks to Exeter! They have brought the world together.
The other day, I saw a squirrel under the tree of our campus. It’s not really common in China. But back there, we have bunch of sparrows in our school. Both schools are nice but quite different.
ALL the things are perfect here but SOOOOO DIFFERENT! I’m gonna so miss my experience here at Exeter when I go back to China!