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Earlier this month, some Iowa State students studying abroad in China were in the news! Our school hosted a small cultural activity about the Chinese Tomb-Sweeping day. We recited a poem related to the festival and I was interviewed at the very end.  I said I think Chinese poetry is very hard to understand because […] [READ MORE]

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Congrats to us all, everyone. We made it to spring break!   Now with midterms out of the way, I bet we all have some amazing plans to travel all over the world and have some amazing trips. But what if you want to just want to go home for your break? That makes sense […] [READ MORE]

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After a long winter break, our semester just started up again here in China, so I wanted to share a little about my experiences from winter break, including Chinese New Year, or 春节 (Spring Festival)!! My first stop over break was to the Nujiang river valley in Yunan Province in southern China, home of the […] [READ MORE]

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Experience Iowa State is different from a regular campus visit because you have the opportunity to talk to a student panel and attend a resource fair. You will go on a campus tour, residence hall tour, have lunch, and get to meet with an academic adviser just like on a regular campus visit! You also […] [READ MORE]

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Last month we participated in the annual International Culture Festival at Lanzhou Jiaotong University!  There were students from 38 countries that participated, including 10 Americans, 8 of which are from Iowa State.  As part of the festival, we prepared some typical Iowa food (tater tot casserole, corn casserole, banana bread, etc.) and participated in the […] [READ MORE]

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