“I really had a great time here and appreciate everyone for what they have done. I hope I can hold this cherish this memory forever.”
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Tag: Chinese Exchange Student
Selina had the amazing opportunity to spend a month living and volunteering in Boston through CHI’s STEP program. She loved it! “Whenever I sit inside the oldest subway in the US ever”, Selina recalls, “I can’t help but imagine what
Stepping off a plane in a new country can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. When Xavier Tao, from China, took his first steps on U.S. soil, he was welcomed by the smiling face of his host father, Guillaume. This immediately
CHI Short Term Enrichment Program participant Rose is currently volunteering at a local TV station, the Portsmouth Public Media. Rose took the time to create three short videos describing the differences between life in China and life in America. Take
Lang Liu, from China, shares his thought on America during his Short Term Enrichment Program with CHI. Lang also shares what he thinks Chinese people should learn from Americans. First impressions From churches to houses, from workers to students, no
Wu Zhijin, from China, spent four weeks living and volunteering in Dover, MA as part of CHI’s Short Term Enrichment Program. Realizing the importance of cultural exchange, Wu made a point to experience as much as possible during her stay.
Gavin Tianya Zhao, from China, recently participated in CHI’s Short Term Enrichment Program. Gavin spent time living and volunteering in Dover, New Hampshire this winter. In his free, time he was able to visit New York and Boston. Here Gavin shares
YiJing (second from the right) Monarch Thrift Shop in Chicago, IL was pleased to welcome CHI Short Term Enrichment Program, participant YiJing Hong, from China, to volunteer in their boutique shop. Monarch Thrift Shop shared, “Quickly YiJing became a part of
Echo came to the United States hoping to answer some specific questions. She wanted to know, “What is American host family culture? Can I handle this long journey alone? Are Americans all rich and all live in a big villa?
Wei Hu, from China, just finished two-months volunteering at International Institute of New England (IINE) in Manchester, NH as part of CHI’s Short Term Enrichment Program. The Institute of New England’s leadership assists 2000 refugees and immigrants in becoming productive and