II trip to Chicago on my birthday!!!

If you are familiar with Hanover’s website , you may have seen information about our Intensive Inquiry (II) Program, which allows students from various majors to study a topic they choose in an off-campus environment. Students get to pick the professor who goes along with them, and Hanover will cover most or even all of the cost…

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Re-adjusting mode with the Chinese New Year spirit

Coming back from D.C. to Hanover has definitely been a new experience for me. During the three and half months in the capital, I got used to the city life. Hanging around on some random street with friends, catching the latest movies, tasting different kinds of food and visiting the Smithsonian museums had already become…

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D.C. Experience Finale

I finally finished my internship experience in Washington, D.C. and came back to Hanover. It has been bittersweet, as I miss all the friends I made in D.C., but I am ready to come back to Hanover for more studies. I have left out a lot of my D.C. stories as I had been really…

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International Festival & MLK Dedication

I always feel like the speed of my blog posts can never keep up with what is going on with me in D.C. Oh well, there are just so many things to explore here. I haven’t really mentioned my work for a while, but that’s not because I haven’t been working hard. These days, I…

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Explore the Old Town Alexandria

Since I haven’t updated anything for a while, I feel like the need to write another post. So here it is. I really enjoy traveling by myself, without a map, without a set destination. Just wander around and discover what the world has to offer. It may sound dangerous, but it’s actually not that bad…

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More adventures in D.C.

So many things to catch up on because so many things happened during the past couple of weeks! I guess I will just post some pictures about my adventures here then. I went to the National Zoo with some of the friends that I made here in Washington, D.C. And the most exciting thing here…

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My spring term class – save the environment

Just as many other bloggers have mentioned, Hanover is now in spring term. During the month of May, students are required to take only one class, which gives them more time to concentrate on certain fields and have more fun. Professors also like to take students off campus to explore the applications of textbook concepts….

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Spring spirit and my 19th birthday!

Finally, it is time for  Spring Break! Since I am staying on campus this year, I thought I might be able to make a kite by myself and fly it when it is sunny outside. But it seems like it is going to continue raining for a while. Oh well, this plan will probably be…

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