Hoy hace 3 años iba llegando a La Coruña 🖤 Esto era lo que veía cada vez que despertaba. En ese edificio había unos vecinos que se daban amor con las cortinas abiertas 🤣 #tbt#coruña#ruasol#erasmus#instagood
Part of the Ancient Greek City Ephesus, where one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world can be found. I straggled behind our tour group, completely in awe, surrounded by living history from the 10th century BC. Seriously. You should go.
Now we came to a point in which everyone starts to leave. I am so happy that we did one last trip all together and it was so nice.
I am really grateful that I met such wonderful people. I know we will see each other soon! ❤
Love you lots 😘
(EB the China experience - Day 5)
Hey everyone! My name is Amos, a year three Mechanical Engineering student reporting in from Shangtown in the Middle Kingdom and I will be taking over the ExchangeBuddy Shanghai page today. So about 4 months ago I decided to embark on a year long internship/exchange/travel-ish thing in a program called the NUS Overseas College program in Shanghai and along with 24 others flew to the city on a red-eye flight to find our golden opportunity in this big city. A Singaporean boy with horrible mandarin and a distaste for spicy food in China, what could go wrong right?
So I currently intern in a company called WisQo, an IoT start-up who provides smart solutions to local and international enterprises. The company is mostly staffed by Chinese employees and comprises both a technical and business development team who work together to come up with integrated solutions for potential clients. Like most of my batchmates, I also study at Fudan University as well as take classes conducted by NUS itself. Balancing between work and school and constantly changing my mindset from a working one to an academic one hasn’t been easy but definitely fulfilling.
So the city itself has been pretty fun I would think, and one of the best things about Shanghai is that the city is incredibly vibrant and diverse with a very international mindset, and yet is able to maintain its Chinese roots and way of life. You definitely feel like you are in a different country with a completely different set of rules but don’t feel too far from home. We often hear stories about China being a land of risk-taking and opportunity but you don’t really feel it until you actually come to the country itself. Cashless isn’t simply a catch phrase in Shanghai, it is a way of life. As with an incredibly well designed bike sharing system, a crazily efficient service industry or an unrealistically organized logistics/travel network that serves more than 1 billion people around the country.
Shanghai is also one of the most active cities I have ever been to with events, competitions, talks, festivals, you name it, being organised almost every day of the week.
Zkouškový. Období kdy takhle všichni koukáme důležitě z okna na tu naši budoucnost a říkáme si, že ono to vlastně jednou v tom mekáči nebude tak zlý, a že si vlastně můžeme do deníčku před to jméno psát co chceme. Momentálně už je ale venku tma jako v prdeli. Tak nevim, jestli to má něco znamenat. 👩🏽🎓 #chvilkapoezie#vysokoskolskykydy#exams#study#studentlife#erasmus#vsco
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#tb to a year ago where my fjällraven was still yellow and the memories in Jönköping where still in front of me and about to happen. Can't believe it's been a year. 🎒🇸🇪🌟 #sweden#jonkoping#exchange#erasmus