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LIVING AWAY FROM HOME

Just returned from Shenyang & Shanghai ....partial official and part personal.

During the last 2 weeks, I realised that living away from your country can be an interesting and unforgettable experience, but at the same time it has very important effects on one's life.

The effect is that once you start a regular life away from home, you miss everything, especially food and your normal lifestyle. We also need to accept another type of society and culture into your daily life.

"Home Bread" & "Home Bak Gua" from Singapore (My 1st Breakfast In Shenyang)

Moral of the story is.... POSITIVELY ADJUST TO DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENT AND CULTURE.

In our Academy, we have a good mix of local and foreign students in our CIBTAC and WSQ courses...Malaysian, Chinese National, Philippines, Indonesia etc...

In such an environment, we should postively view that we are rewarded with great friends who may stimulate our growth and help us broaden our horizon.

Thought Kaiwei who is on a 1-year NUS Overseas Internship Programme in Shanghai Fudan University had adjusted very well.