Lee Sua is a girl from the Republic of Korea (ROK). Chinese isn't a totally unfamiliar language for Lee, who has developed a deep interest in Chinese history and culture having studied in China for a while.
With the improvement of the COVID-19 pandemic prevention and control measures and the lifting of travel ban restrictions by the Chinese government, my wife and I were one of the first to travel to China to complete our graduate studies after we received scholarships from the country in the field of business administration.
Kavan Xaiphouvong was an overseas student who studied in Nanjing for three years. After graduation, he utilized the knowledge he gained in China and became involved in the construction of the China-Laos Railway in Laos.
Paoli is a Laotian girl who has been studying in Nanjing for two years. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and other difficulties, she has had a fruitful learning experience and a good relationship with her Chinese friends and teachers.
Nathania Josephine Tjung is from Manado, Indonesia. She is now in her third year of un-dergraduate study at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen (CUHK-Shenzhen).
Lamin Janneh, an international student from Gambia, is pursuing a postgraduate degree in neurosurgery at China Medical University. It has been three years since he arrived in Shenyang, Liaoning province.
"I love the North China University of Technology (NCUT) very much for its excellent language teaching environment and beautiful campus," said Azamat, an international student from Tajikistan.
I first came to China in 2014 on a CSC scholarship and did my bachelors in International Economics followed by MBA at the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE).
Ammar Muhammad, a Pakistani who once studied at the Beijing Institute of Technology and now engages in the service of talent exchanges in China, shared his story of serendipity with China on a TV show.
Merna, a Chinese-Jordanian, is a law school postgraduate student at Renmin University of China.