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POSTED BY: Gabriel Wacks, Shanghai, China, Spring 17

 I have, against all odds, survived my first few days here. It’s been a little intense but this semester is shaping up to be a crazy, thought-provoking, spectacular semester in China.

POSTED BY: Gabriel Wacks, Shanghai, China, Spring 17

Ah, Shanghai. The world’s largest city proper, a weird, wonderful blend of East and West

POSTED BY: Amy Lim, Shanghai, China, Spring 17

Searching for peanut butter and cinnamon

POSTED BY: Amy Lim, Shanghai, China, Spring 17

Chinese New Year!

POSTED BY: Kaz Koehring, Shanghai, China, Spring 17

 This is one of those experiences that I feel expresses how essential having a certain mindset is and how being aware of weakness actually has the ability to make you a mentally stronger individual.

POSTED BY: Gabriel Wacks, Shanghai, China, Spring 17

The delay in this blog post is brought to you in part by sickness: because it’s not like I had work to do or anything!

POSTED BY: Ling MacLean, Shanghai, China, Fall 16

I’m currently on a plane halfway to Chicago. After six and a half months in China

POSTED BY: Ling MacLean, Shanghai, China, Fall 16

There are a few things that are really helpful to know and pay attention to about China

POSTED BY: Prince Menckeberg, Shanghai, China, Fall 16

For being in a land of such strange foods, you would think the drinks would be just as bizarre.

POSTED BY: Ling MacLean, Shanghai, China, Fall 16

As of today, I am three essays, two tests, and one video project away from freedom, and it’s crunch time.

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