Okay, this post took longer than expected because I’ve started on GRE and had summer classes. Without further ado, here are some recommendations for food in Beijing to get you all settled in. It’s Anna approved if that means anything.
Hi everyone! This post on the last two weeks of the program took eons to finish because there were so many photos to go through and so many events to review. There was a huge delay because I’ve been trying … Read More
(of the world too) Just kidding, there’s still hope in the world, and we WILL leave behind a healthy Earth for future generations. There are only two more weeks left in the program and one of those is finals week! … Read More
As June and the end of the program marches closer, I’ve been making myself go around the city a lot more during the weekends (I take about three naps a day during the weekdays). Classes are also ending soon-some even … Read More
Hi, I’m back with my inconsistent ‘weekly’ postings. *My mom’s voice* “Where is week 9-10?” Sorry mom. A lot has happened over these past two weeks including a UCEAP organized trip to Nanjing. Honestly can’t believe there’s less than two … Read More
I decided to put the two weeks together because ‘I didn’t do anything’ during week 6 but I realized I did a lot that week too…oh well. Next thing you know, week 8 came and went. Here is week 6, … Read More
Another week has passed here in grand Beijing! Classes are getting a tad easier to handle and the Saudi Arabian king came for a visit to PKU- I wasn’t there but my friend took some pictures from far, far away. … Read More
This will probably be a very lame pre-departure tips post compared to the Cambridge and Yonsei programs because the conditions I applied into the program follow only UCEAP (yay UCEAP) guidelines and everything else like visas and cards were handled … Read More