culture

POSTED BY: Hannah Harder, Jerusalem, Israel, Spring 17

 Since being in Israel, I’ve had the opportunity to increase my cultural knowledge and navigational skills in many ways.

POSTED BY: Allegra Kartha, Pune, India, Fall 16, Spring 17

Holi is my favorite holiday and time of the year

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

Chinese New Year!

POSTED BY: Danit Lieberman, Shanghai, China, Spring 17

My favorite class so far has been Managing Enterprises in China

POSTED BY: Kailee Kennedy, Manipal, India, Fall 16

For vegetarians, living in India is an absolute paradise

POSTED BY: Maria Esposito, Manipal, India, Fall 16

In my previous post about cultural shock and letting go, what I truly wanted to point out all of the little moments and things in Manpial. These "little things" helped me adjust to daily life quite quickly!

POSTED BY: Dan Soucy, Pune, India, Fall 16

As a food lover, I have come to realize that India’s food culture is utterly complex. Depending on the region, the city and the cook, you will find differences and nuances in how the same dish is prepared. In Pune, I have dabbled in the unknown world of street food, grown accustomed and attached to my host-mother’s nightly cooking routine, and even learned a thing or two about the art of bargaining for fresh fruits and vegetables. 

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

We took the road (slightly) less traveled in the course of the week, visiting Lijiang, a Bai village, Shaxi, Tiger Leaping Gorge, and Shangrila

POSTED BY: Kailee Kennedy, Manipal, India, Fall 16

Studying abroad is an experience that gifts students an abundance of opportunities for growth. Growth can take place on personal level, or on academic or professional levels.

POSTED BY: Kailee Kennedy, Manipal, India, Fall 16

Even after living in India for over 3 months, there are many aspects of Indian culture that continue to surprise me.

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