Final Goodbye! Exchange is ending...
Virtual Tours by Students
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It's been a long day, so I'm pretty tired. That would just mean that it's will be more of a sentimental and emotional goodbye. Within my last month left of exchange here in Taiwan. Um, so there's a lot of emotions with that, um, missing friends, missing this country, dismissing all my experiences and just missing the new like a breath of perspective and life that I've been able to get from my exchange period here, Um, I would say that I definitely had a really busy semester that was really emotionally and physically exhausting and draining. Being able to come here to Taiwan in tow CCU, um really helped me kind of reposition myself and just really reflect on a lot of the things that I was so used. Want think campus rials for allowing me to document and show you all my exchange here and CCU and being able to show you all this campus even though I'm just an international and exchange student for one semester, I really feel like this campus and NCCU has really shaped me. Um, but just the people that I've met here have been unforgettable. Um, and it's truly just going to be an experience that I'll remember for the rest of my life. It's been an honor to show you all and cc you on behalf of campus Rials. I would say that my biggest challenge here and CC you has been hasn't even been at NCCU. But it was actually, um, leaving home and flight to Taiwan and just all the anxieties that come with just the unexpected of being abroad and starting, you know, a new semester on an unknown campus in a new country, um, completely alone. I think that how comfortable I was able to feel and how at home, I was able to feel immediately here and see, you see, you just really attest to the type of people that attend the school, the type of fuel in Taiwan and the type of people that have entered into my life because of exchange here. Those are just really the moments that I'm, uh, going to remember for a really long time. Um, a final piece of advice to any person perspective. Um, students from the U. S who plan to come to see you for exchange really be proactive with getting involved on campus. Everyone on campus here is so eager to meet you and it's so willing to help you out and to just be a part of your life. Definitely take in everything from the nature and all the trails are on campus. Just take it all in, I would say definitely Try not to get stuck in the exchange in a bubble if possible. Of course, you will definitely meet some lifelong friends who are also here on exchange with you because you're all going through a very similar experience together. You're also going to meet ah, lot of unforgettable people who where Taiwan in Taipei is their home. I think that just makes this experience so much more, um, magical. I think that it's been really rewarding being able to film this campus riel tour for you all within my with it being my last a couple weeks here because I was really able to, you know, reflect back on the videos I've taken during during my time here abroad and also create these informational videos for you all and always so Just is reflected my time here and how it could, you know, potentially influence.