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POSTED BY: Jordan Shropshire, Shanghai, China, Spring 16

Hello from Pudong International Airport everyone. I am writing my final post here, waiting to board my flight back to America.

POSTED BY: Maria Jose Arias Brito, Shanghai, China, Spring 16

Finals week is finals week.

POSTED BY: Nick Henderson, Shanghai, China, Spring 16

Here in Shanghai, it’s not all fun and games, it’s a lot of hard work too.

POSTED BY: Caitlin Favreau, Shanghai, China, Spring 16

Sights and traveling are fun and amazing, because the likelihood of you ever going to these places again with the same freedom, ability, and access to time can sometimes be pretty slim.

POSTED BY: Jordan Shropshire, Shanghai, China, Spring 16

Happy May everyone, I am shocked that it is already so late in my programme. From today, I have exactly one month left before I fly 14 hours back to America.

POSTED BY: Nick Henderson, Shanghai, China, Spring 16

I recently started teaching at a school just outside of Shanghai, called Xixiang. Xixiang is special because all the children are the sons and daughters of migrant workers.

POSTED BY: Nick Henderson, Shanghai, China, Spring 16

A couple of weeks back I had heard about a place in China where the mountains stretch high into the sky, I was told about giant pillars of granite and rock covered with green trees amidst the fog and bathed in sunlight.

POSTED BY: Nick Henderson, Shanghai, China, Spring 16

Wow, I really don't know where to start. I have so much to say in this post, I actually just want to start by saying thanks to the Alliance for this great opportunity.

POSTED BY: Jessica Martin, Shanghai, China, Fall 15

While learning a second language, there is always a stage where you're getting ahold of grammar but your vocabulary is limited. During this stage you tend to develop a highly entertaining mixture of your native language and the one you're studying.

POSTED BY: John Pilon, Shanghai, China, Summer 15

My Chinese language before the Alliance program was not terrible, but it was not proficient enough to have casual conversations with local Chinese.

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