Views of China

Muhammad Meeran Ali Shah

Muhammad Meeran Ali Shah, (Pakistan): "When I first got to China I couldn’t say a word aside from 'nihao' (hello) and 'xiexie' (thank you), but now I have virtually no ...

Fauziya B. S Ilelah, Nigeria: "What fascinate me the most are Chinese fans. In the past, I would have said: isn’t fanning air the only purpose of a fan? In ...

Hachiya Makoto from Japan, champion of the 3rd “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition for International Students Studying in China: "My way of learning Chinese is – singing Chinese songs. Back ...

Matthew Frigon, U.S.: "I was so glad to study at Nankai University despite my limited Chinese skills, otherwise I couldn’t start my work in China. Here, I not only learn ...

Anveshu Reddy, India: " I want to continue to pursue my own dream. In the future, regardless of whether I return to India or continue living in China, and no ...
"Silk Road & China Dream" Speech Contest

To deepen the youth’s awareness and understanding of the “Belt and Road” Initiative and strengthen the communication between Chinese and Kyrgyz students, and to provide a platform for the students ...

Obodoefuna Doris Chigozie (Nigeria): "The ways northerners and southerners speak in general feel quite different to me. Their different ways of speaking reflect their different personalities, and from their dialect ...

Shiroishi Yoko (Japan): "Societies, cities, and countries are all created by people. I believe that Nanjing's open-minded atmosphere is definitely a result of the warmth of its people. They are ...

Zavertailo Kateryna (Ukrainia): "Once we reached the school, l realized that it was quite a distance from the bus station and worth the eight RMB that the drivers had asked. ...

Hasib, Pakistan: "Ten years ago, there were only a few classes for each grade but now the number of students has increased several folds. The teachers mostly lived on campus ...

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