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Through this online forum, my students now have a voice to express their views about different countries and/or share their overseas travels with the online community.

First stop was America. Then Saudi Arabia, Canada, England, Switzerland, Singapore, Russia, South Africa, New Zealand, Brazil, Scotland, Australia, Northern Ireland, Italy, Wales, and finally China (this page), the last stop on our 16-nation worldwide tour, in accordance with the list of countries at the bottom of this page!

Check out this amazing tourism video of beautiful China:

Please share your opinions below.  It'll be a pleasure to hear your input. And by all means, be sure to comment on and rate the other students' comments as well. 

Enjoy !!

Please share your views about China!

Are you a university student and have a great story about China? Have you ever traveled there before or do you have a friend from China? Any opinions about the interesting Chinese culture, like the fashion, food, growing economy, MANY people, sports, etc.?

Please share your views about what you like or dislike about China !

What Other University Students Have Said

Click below to see contributions from other university students...

Chinese Spring Festival 
China is one of the oldest countries in the world, 9 to 12 thousand years old. They must hold a knowledge that can make the world a better place. The …

Proud of being a Chinese 
I come from China. Whenever and wherever I am, I am proud of being a Chinese. China is a historical and ancient country. With over 5,000 years of consistent …

Made in China 
Fireworks were invented during the 7th century in China. As such, China is the largest manufacturer and exporter of fireworks in the world, with over 90% …

The Spring Festival 
The Spring Festival is the most important festival in China. There is a Chinese common saying that, "No matter whether you have money or not, you should …

Amazing Xi'an in China...... 
Two years ago, I went to Xi'an in China for one week. First, I went to the Bell Tower and I’m lucky because I had a chance to see the Chinese performances …

Where does the upside down “fu” come from? 
Have you ever noticed the phenomenon that Chinese people will hang a big character “fu” (福) on the door? It reflects both the peculiarities of ancient …

From the past till now.... 
In my opinion from the past until nowadays, China has been a great country due to the country’s long history, wise philosophy, elaborate arts, and un-obsolete …

Lucky Charm in China 
China and Japan both have something to do with using kanji, so we can often guess the meaning of sentences in both languages. For example, "茶(tea)" has …

Meet in Lijiang 
Lijiang is an old city that you need to slowly taste. It is a suitable place for wandering, and here time seems to slow down its pace. The small bridges …

Being Chinese Not rated yet
There are many cultures on this planet, but none more interesting or important than the Chinese. There are many traditional tales recounted across the …

Chinese Musical Instruments Not rated yet
China has unique musical instruments like any other country. In particular, the erhu (2-string Chinese instrument played with a bow) and Yangqin are very …

Frustration and Hoping Not rated yet
Now I usually have imagined the longest Chinese ramparts, because my parents joined a tour group with their friends. For reference, my parent's job is …

The Chinese Valentine’s Day Not rated yet
The Chinese Valentine’s Day is on the seventh day of the 7th month in the traditional Chinese lunar calendar, whose name is “七夕” (Qixi). The Chinese …

Chinese New Year Not rated yet
For all Chinese people, crossing the year is not the biggest day. The Chinese New Year is the biggest day for all Chinese people. In the Chinese …

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