As a student in KMU, I gained both the skills and confidence to thoughtfully use a variety of quantitative approaches in my study and work as well. The courses were tremendous assets and are approaches I use regularly. The instructors in each course were patient, understanding, and highly skilled. I would highly recommend this institute to anyone wanting to expand their quantitative repertoire or for anyone who needs a refresher on analytic approaches. KMU is a fantastic institution that truly changed my career trajectory for the better!
Hello I am Dr. Mukesh Jaiswar from Nepal. I graduated from Sichuan University in 2012. I also completed my post graduate in 2017 and Ph.D. in 2020 from Sichuan. All the teachers, staff were just like family so co- operative and helpful. Though we had cultural difference we never felt left out instead we got to explore others culture. The environment inside university was really peaceful and pleasant. It had all the facilities like dormitory with enough space, well maintained hygiene, spacious library with all books available, good food. I had such a wonderful time on this University. I specialized in Gastro Surgery and I have opened my own hospital in Bhaktapur, Polyclinic in Birganj part time consultant and InCharge of surgery department in Narayani Vayodhya
(Dr.Siddhartha passed the Medical Council of India Screening Test Examination held in April 2010.)
West China School of Medicine, Sichuan University from where I graduated in 2009, I found this University the best in teaching, timings, discipline, dedication, enthusiastic interest towards Foreign Medical Students, modern library facilities, best accommodation & above all complete security to Foreign students. All the teachers, Doctors particularly Director & Dean are very caring and kind towards students problems .Above all I feel that the chance of learning Chinese Language in West China Medical Center is of great help in the future. I wish the university to flourish and progress more & more in coming years. Neighboring Countries may not match the West China Hospital and system of this University in the coming longer years
Remembering about my University days, I lived it to the fullest from all my views. I got some life changing experiences through my days there. I was a student in one of the most reputed Universities in China i.e Kunming Medical University,China. I have done my MBBS course from there. It had a really vast and beautiful campus with greenery all around. The University offers courses in MBBS, Clinical Medicine, Pharmacology, Forensics, Nursing etc. It had an outstanding academic records as well.
When I decided to take admission in this University, Me and my parents were really worried about me studying in a foreign country. But after reaching there, within few days I really got adjusted to that new surroundings. The accommodation provided to us by the University was of International standards. Then I understood deep inside that I had taken a really wise decision on choosing this University. The at most important part during my arrival that I noticed was the friendly behaviour of the people in and around our campus. I felt as if I am at my second home. I made really good friends within few weeks. We visited many places which helped us to understand the depth of the life of people in Kunming. That was a fascinating experience which I could never forget in my whole life.
When it comes to academic matters our teachers are really cooperative and supportive for our stay and well-being in Kunming. They helped us through many tough situations we encountered in our life at Kunming. I am really grateful to each and every one of them. The education provided in our University is of top notch. Our University and its affiliated Hospital have International standard faculties and facilities. In case of dissatisfaction with any services provided by the University to students are always acknowledged and solved quickly.
In the very first year I reached, I went searching for fields where I could showcase my abilities. To my amuse I saw lot of opportunities to exhibit my talents. Because our University gave prime importance to Arts and Sports, which is really appreciable. And I luckily got selected into an organisation known as AIC (Association for International Communication), which handles the management and organisation of all events related with coordination and communication between International Students and Chinese Students. All arts and sports events related with International students were organised and supervised by AIC. Even though I started as a member in that organisation, with time and hard work I became the Chairman of that Association. This association helped to develop lot of good qualities in me. I am really thankful to my University for providing us with such a wonderful opportunity. I also participated in many dance events and sports events for the all 5 years in there. We have International festival, New Year Gala and Sports Day annually. We celebrated a lot during these days along with students from all around the world which was a ravishing experience.
University life is memorable and requisite in one’s life. And our University provided us with all necessary guidance in our overall development , by not only focusing on our studies but also showing us all extra-curricular activities are equally important. This helped us build our confidence in facing upcoming challenges in the coming years of our life.
NAME: DR. ANU THAMPI
FORMER CHAIRMAN OF AIC, KMU
It's the year where you rush to the library because that very strict and impressive professor mentioned an author's name and you rush to read that book. You are all new and shiny and you want to know everything about everything so you start to read about stuff like General anatomy and general physiology from the heaviest books on the subject.12- 18 long hours of study, permanent absence in the times when friends of other stream are having fun, it is true and medical students’ compromise fun and sleep with studies. There is whole lot of first times in the medical student life. The first entrance on the anatomy lab of the first dissection class, the adrenaline rush, the bulging of query eyes, the chill runs down the spine flanking with the goose bumps. And the first time a naked dead man is seen all readied to be scrutinized to study the viscera, tears stream down worse than chopping a bucket of onions; the formalin, it stuck up in the sinus making it difficult to breath and see. MBBS students, they burn their midnight oil and study like crazy. There’s always a risk of forgetting own name, for trying to remember those of pharmacological drugs so hard. Being a medical student, it teaches that hard work never hurt anybody. It is but the knowledge that is power. The pursuit of really achieving something, going beyond what can be seen, the hand eye coordination, to a medical student, there is so much to life, so much to learn, so much to give, so much to realize, so much to understand. And after 6 years, somehow we are the ones who will be keeping you safe for honking during the traffic jam for tomorrow. It may be a slow start with hardships, but these are the person who will always have the satisfaction of saving a life, making world a healthy and better place to live.
My choice was China for MBBS because China is one of the early civilizations with a rich history and culture, and also because it is fast growing to becoming an economic powerhouse in the world. China is a land of opportunity and I thought it would give me the chance to learn more about the country, language and at the same time study clinical medicine.
My medical education time in GMU was an unforgettable experience, every day was a new adventure, I made life-long friends and lasting memories. What I enjoyed most about my studies in GMU , is that whatever Mandarin I learned in class, I would use outside as well to communicate with people, whether it be taxi drivers or shop keepers. Having the opportunity to speak Mandarin everyday really fostered my learning.
I believe that the key to a successful educational career is the attitude YOU CARRY. Coming to GMU, I had a very positive attitude; I was open-minded and flexible. Certainly, the things would be different, but I learnt to embrace these differences. There would always be problems or conflict, but I saw these as opportunities for learning. My time in GMU made me more self-aware and made me assess my career goals. I am also now able to connect with Chinese students on a deeper level.
During my study in China, I have come across so much diverse culture, different people and the hospitality of Chinese local people towards the foreigners. At first, I was nervous to embark on this journey, as whatever I had learnt about it was just a research online, however now when I am really living this life, I am proud of my parents, my elders and myself for taking such bold and confident step and not living my whole life within a comfort zone.
Well, I am sure learning a new language, along with your medical studies, is not what the local students in India will experience. Above all Chinese language is becoming so strong in the world, these days, that after I become a doctor, I can even practice in countries like Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, where this language is practiced by the locals. This would certainly have an additional experience in my resume as an International Doctor.
Now I am working as junior Resident in Lok Nayak Hospital Delhi....today I feel very proud to my GMU for providing such a Medical knowledge which I can practice in my own country with confidently..All credit goes to my lovely University Guangzhou Medical University!
Name: Yumkhaibam Shahani Khan
Working in Lok Nayak Hospital, Delhi, India
Myself Thoidingjam Bidyarani Chanu, from a beautiful and artistic city called Manipur, which is located in the north-eastern part of India. Since childhood, i wanted to serve human and humanity. As i grew up, i realized that, “You can serve the humanity by charity and philanthropy”. So I decided to do more with my dedication to my work.
Once, my grandfather had a heart attack. We had to rush him to the hospital. My family was scared, worried and tensed while he was under treated. That was the day when i decided that i will become a doctor and will do all possible things to relieve people from this fright of losing their loved ones. So i had to be worthy and capable enough to do so. That incident led me to make a concrete decision of choosing medical field and i went to China to complete my graduation in Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery.
As of today, when i step my foot on the land of Guangzhou, it gives me the dream of happiness and laughter. So, I would like to call Guangzhou as my second home. I have completed my MBBS degree from Guangzhou Medical University, Guangzhou, China, securing a percentage of 84 in July 2016 and then i returned to my country, India. I joined coaching and prepared for the license examination namely Medical Council of India License Examination. Meanwhile, I have cleared IELTS scoring 7.5 band in Jan.2017
My time in China was life changing. Being a girl from India, going to China was a mammoth task but it was my family's trust in me which encouraged me to go ahead. My whole life always extends my limits a bit further. Being youngest of all my siblings, I'm the heartbeat of my family, especially to my father. He raised me up like a son and he has always supported me and my wishes.
During my undergraduate course, it successfully introduced me to various faculties of medicinal field, where I saw and learned more things which i couldn't get in India as a medical student. During 5 years course of my academic session, I stood 1st twice, 2nd once and got scholarship twice (one from the University and another from Guangdong Province International Scholarship) with 1 year internship. My coursework also helped me to enhance my understanding in subjects like Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Biochemistry and i got most interested in Surgery. I assisted my teachers and professor in two research namely, “The role of miR-21 regulated by TGF-beta1 on pathogenesis of breast cancer" and "Effect of rapid eye movement sleep deprivation on anxiety behavior", and published some papers respectively.
During my internship from “1st affiliated” hospital of Guangzhou Medical University, i got a lot of practical and clinical experience. It enhanced my practical skills to a new level. I came to know the life of a doctor and some skills such as diagnosing, scheduling and the character one need to mould to become a successful doctor. What i had achieved during my study days, i applied it in my internship. I was fascinated with human heart during my time in surgical department. Every heartbeat counts the urgency, the presence of mind, the calmness one need to have in dire times and much more got me into it and I ended up with an ambition to become a renowned Cardio Surgeon in the world as cardiac diseases and illness are the most common in today's World including Diabetes, Arthritis, etc.
Given my career aspirations, pursuing Master of Surgery from the University of Sydney, would be the ideal stepping stone. The rich curriculum will deepen my knowledge and practical techniques with fully equipped advance technological machinery will fortify me with the necessary tools to make my mark in my field. The university life has allowed me to grow beyond academics. I intend to participate in community events, so as to exchange rich insights with the international community.
“I strongly believe that if your dream and hopes are strong enough with concrete thoughts, then you can beat this world”.
Name: Thoidingjam Bidyarani Chanu
Pursuing Master Degree at University of Sydney
Being new in a foreign land, I, an unsophisticated and inexperienced young student with an age of 17, was clueless and wondering what would be my life as a student in china. A new language, a new culture, a new place, new peoples, everything new. I felt difficult as there weren’t any international seniors in my university. Finally, university provided us a Chinese friend to each of us so that we can be familiar with the Chinese tradition, language and the society easily. Then I felt a bit easier day by day and learned a hard lesson and valuable experience in my life- ‘’to be independent without family members”.
Studying MBBS at GMU was literally the best time in my life- some may say studying medicine is stressful, which I don’t deny, but when there is interest in the context we study, learning becomes a joy, and I have been blessed with the great batch mates whom I can rely on in difficult times. I have had high hopes for learning Clinical medicine along with Traditional Chinese Medicine at GMU, but my experience have been beyond my expectations.
Knowing with the fact that medical studies is one of the most difficult subject and my career path but these have not dampen my spirit and aspiration to become a doctor one day. What I have felt during my time in MBBS, is that conventional medicine diagnoses and treat diseases extremely well – especially when they fit the ‘classical picture’ or the text book presentation. I have decided to study Clinical medicine, so that I could find out if there is any variety of the way in which I could serve the patient.
There are plenty of extracurricular activities that I did at GMU. We formed a group and performed different Nepalese cultural dances at several events of GMU. I joined several conferences and many more things that allowed me to learn things that I couldn’t learns from reading or attending lectures. During my stay in china, I had learnt not only the professional skills but also the Chinese language, food, culture and customs.
I have been in GMU for 6 years. I am grateful to GMU for giving me the opportunities for my personal growth. I believe that I am a completely different person from a 7 years now. Currently I am working as a Medical officer in Civil Service Hospital, Kathmandu, Nepal and again planning for MD further studies in China, GMU.
It doesn’t matter what we learn, if we become professionals of learning, I think that we can enjoy every second of it. And I personally think that life is all about learning and experience, and it’s going on and on…
Name: Parajuli Saraswati
Working in Civil Service Hospital, Kathmandu, Nepal
As a previous graduate of Guangzhou medical university I thought there is no new aspect to explore but I was proven wrong. When I landed in Guangzhou after 1 year of my departure the humid air breathing on my face made me realize yet again I am very far away from my home but this time already an experienced foreigner I acclimatize myself to college life without giving any space to be home sick. When we moved to Dongfeng campus all the nostalgic feeling rushed into my brain, this was the place where I spent 6 years of my life and here I am again, a void which I did not know was there, was filled.
The real test for me began when I graduated from this university, the license exam was one of the hurdle and fortunately I passed the exam in single attempt. The second hurdle was to get a job, the rich theoretical exposure helped me modify my knowledge into skills. A week after my license exam I landed my 1st job in a big government run children hospital where I gained most of my valuable experience. The colleagues were very supportive and more over I got many chances to use my clinical theory in my practice. My interest in Pediatrics was also influenced by my work in this hospital.
My one year stay in Nepal made me realize that unknown to me Guangzhou has been a second home and an indispensable part of me. I missed my class mate and the moment spent with them. I also missed this place, long summer, wet winter and beautiful spring. Overall a place where I have and will be spending nearly a decade of my life and gain most of my life experiences will hold a dear place in my heart. It is like coming in terms with your sadness and happiness as well.
Although I can get many opportunities to further my studies in my home country if I was ready to wait for 2-5 years but instead I chose to come back to China and start my Master’s degree, one of the main reason is also the quality of education and we graduate faster in comparison to other countries, so it did not come to me as a surprise to see my seniors were either my age or most of them younger than me. I started my Master’s degree program nearly half year ago, I am already familiar with clinical work and discipline in hospital. I find my teachers quite friendly and invasive in good sense. Such an example was during Spring festival, this year I was celebrating alone but my teacher did not want me to stay alone during festivities so she invited me to her home so I can spend my New year holidays with her and her family, she made me very comfortable as well as I got a golden opportunity to observe the coziness of a Chinese household.
Well in our life there will be many instances when we will be in and out of places but after these after many years after being away from home for a long time I have understood that memories are the one which is to be made and cherished. The experience remains with us, these are the things that become rich with time and expands with expenses. I still love Guangzhou and all the associated people who are responsible to give me this kind of insight of life.
Name: Bijaya Laxmi Shrestha
GMU known as Guangzhou Medical University and 广州医科大学 is a home that a student should never regret choosing. I say ‘ HOME’ because, in such place, you find most of the time parents, brothers and sisters, generally a family. There are people or friends that you can count on here. And that family, will raise you, advice you, take care of you and encourage you.
YES, GMU IS A HOME.
Study in GMU is like having a good experience.
Experience on study.
Because the administration and teaching staffs provide us with every necessary thing to study, understand and succeed in school.
Experience on life.
In GMU, community life’s style is encouraged. Students are most of the time together, allowing them to be filled with love, to fill the loneliness in which they are sometimes trapped. And also we have chances to interact with people from different nations and culture and learn how to understand and accept every one.
Name: Peggy Rolande Ngassam Mbianji
Nationality: Republic of Cameroon
When a baby is small it’s mother protects it like the most precious thing in the world. Nothing can match this mother’s love. In much the same way Guangzhou Medical University (GMU) has been protecting it’s ‘children’ since 1958. The high quality of the GMU alumni who have gone on to do great things serves as inspiration to us current students. As a temple without God is just a bricks and sand similarly that without teachers, GMU is just a building. GMU’s stature is fundamentally based on the immeasurable contributions of the respected teachers and administration, both individually and collectively, which both motivate and inspire students.
In GMU there are students from all over China as well as all over the world. No matter our creed or color, GMU still welcomes us with open arms and blesses us with the opportunity to become the part of it. No matter where are we from GMU gives us the opportunity and unites us like a knot. The environment here is warm and the atmosphere very friendly. Every moment is like a memory. No matter where ever we go we cannot remove that deep impression and nice memories left by GMU. We all celebrate festivals together, sharing both our happiness and facing our challenges together. Every year so many new students both enter and graduate. I’m sure everyone who has had the honour to attend here carries with them wonderful memories of GMU in their hearts for the rest of their lives. We know all teachers like we know our parents and friends are like brothers and sisters. In short, we have found another family here in GMU. When the time comes everyone needs to move on it will be so hard to say goodbye and put into words how we feel. I am and will remain very proud to say that I am a part of GMU with no regret in the heart and I can say that found another home and a big family.
Name: Nitesh Shrestha
Being an international student not only in China, but anywhere else is definitely not an easy thing. Away from home and family, one has got to do everything for oneself. Through my experience, yes, it’s tough; it always has been probably for everyone. But I guess that is the transition which makes you a man from boy and a woman from girl introducing you to the real world outside.
I am from Nepal, so many people ask me why I decided to come to China and not study in my own country. Well, I don’t really have a proper answer to that but it’s mostly because I have always been fascinated with the Chinese culture (my father’s side ancestors being Chinese) and also I’ve always wanted to learn to speak Chinese! Why GMU? I had taken a look at other universities in China too but was most impressed with GMU.
Some of our senior students and Chinese brothers (Gege) had come to receive us at the airport the first time we came. I was nervous and anxious but all that faded away as we started interacting with our seniors who made us feel at home and comfortable right away. One of the things that kind of made me panic was that out on the road or everywhere and anywhere, I would mostly see Chinese characters. It worried me that I could not understand anything! But then, as Chinese classes started, our Laoshi did away with that fear in no time. It’s the most amazing feeling when you start learning Chinese and everything outside seems easier as you are able to understand many Chinese characters. Of course, it’s a gradual process but we get there eventually. GMU provides us with comfortable rooms, good furniture, kitchen, various equipments etc. which made us adjust to the GMU environment and settle down pretty easily. So I was satisfied to be here in GMU and was glad I made this choice. As classes started we were fully adjusted to the routine and as medical students, of course we have to work hard and study well but we surely get to have a fair share of fun as well. One out of many things I like about GMU is that the rules here do not deprive us of our way of living but at the same time also remind us of our priorities and our sole purpose of being here- to study. The teachers here are very good too and give their full effort to make us understand the subject to the best of their ability. Also, the Chinese students here are very friendly and always ready to help. Various extracurricular activities of GMU (sports, programs, competitions, clubs etc.), also impressed me a lot as they help us develop physically and socially. Also, scholarships are at stake which is a constant motivation to every student in GMU.
The school of international students of GMU is not merely just a group of students but a family away from home. GMU is a great university and Guangzhou being the third largest city in China is absolutely delightful and I am sure all our new juniors will be happy to experience their life here. As I said in the beginning, the journey is tough, it may not be rainbows and butterflies all the time but I sure do know that studying in GMU makes walking this path easier and worthwhile. GMU provides us with excellent education which is the base of a successful person. As the Chinese saying goes, 玉不琢不成器，人不学不成才(yù bù zhuó bù chéng qì, rén bù xué bù chéng cái), which means, Jade must be carved and polished before it becomes an ornament, just like a man must be educated before he can achieve great things.
Name: Dichen Lama
I was born and grown up in a very small town, compact environment with limited ideas of what we want to become or what we want to pursuit. As a child I always wanted to pursuit medicine as a career and believe me before I came to China or GMU, I was totally blind how and where should I fulfill this small dreams of mine. Frankly speaking when I left my home for GMU, I cross my finger with lots of uncertainty depth down in my heart and mind, thinking how will a new environment, a new education system will treat me. And my first journey to GMU was with full of uncertainty.
But the day I landed in Guangzhou airport my those uncertainty seems to vanished slowly looking at those warm welcome from the seniors but yes there was still this slightest doubt and that was completely gone as the classes started and looking at those co-operation and warm welcome from the GMU professors. I am very much impressed by the way the teacher’s are teaching. The teacher’s are like a friend to me, whenever I have doubt they help and guide me. I am overwhelmed by the help of people surrounding me here. I am much impressed with the facilities that the GMU is providing like: (1) Laboratory – which is well preserved and much needed for medical students (2) Scholarship – to boost the enthusiasm of the students (3) Extra curriculum activities like: English club, Singing, Dancing, Sports etc. (4) Class rooms and dormitory, and last but not the least (5) Canteen – the foods are delicious.
I don’t know about the others and how they are thinking, but in my heart I am thinking GMU as one of the best top most medical institution and I would like to preserved this beautiful thought of mine somewhere in the bottom of my heart. Like the way you are fulfilling my dreams GMU, please help to fulfill the dreams of all the students. Help them to shine bright throughout their futures.
Name: Nurul Farhanah Binte Abdul Latif
Hi friends! I am not a Chinese native ( zhong guo ren). I came all the way from my country INDIA to china to study in this university .As the name implies, Guangzhou medical university, it is situated in the “Flower City” of China- GUANGZHOU.As it was my dream to become a DOCTOR, so I came here to realize my dream and get degree in Clinical Medicine (MBBS).
At first, when I was planning to come to China and study here, I was scared of Chinese lifestyle, their language, way of eating with chopsticks and especially Kung-fu. Of course that was only because what I used to see in movies about Chinese people. The funny thing is I used to think that teachers will punish me using their Kung-fu skills and probably kill me for not completing my homework.
Yeah! I was absolutely wrong. Reality is different, to what my thinking was. People here in China are very generous to foreigners. In GMU, my teachers and other staff members are so supportive and caring. They never let you feel that you are away from home. As they welcomed us with Welcome party and New Year party was extremely overwhelming. Even the Chinese students are quite friendly and will make you feel special with their love and affection.
The university campus, infrastructure and facilities provided by GMU, take it in the list of best universities of China. Academic’s is their plus point. Their way of teaching, scheduled classes, providing best teachers for each subject, providing PowerPoint presentations make your study quite easy and fun. Moreover, there is facility of library where you can get thousands of books related to your course. They will make you fall in love with your subjects. They have scholarship programs too for encouraging students to study better and work hard. Books were never that close to me before coming here.
GMU not only in academics, but also encourages you to join extra-curricular activities. GMU provide gymnasium and playgrounds for students interested in sports. About GMU I like this thing the most.
In the beginning, I faced some problems but finally I got well adapted to this university and its environment. Language problem is also not able to obstruct us from changing our thoughts with each other. Yeah that’s true we look different, our cultures are different but the people here, this university has got a special place in my heart. Now, it is my second home. I am very satisfied and sure that one day I will be a best DOCTOR only and only because of this beautiful university GMU. I Love GMU!!
Name：Yashpreet Singh Sandhu
Coming to China was one of the things that I always dream of but never thought it will come true. And then I got selected into the prestigious Guangzhou Medical University. Well at first I was utterly excited and looking forward to the adventure that was awaiting me, but equally scared. GMU has changed my life in so many ways that I never could have imagined. It made me grow into a strong woman who knows how to handle life, the importance of unity, and how precious love is.
Just imagine, a girl who got out of high school and came to a new country, who had no idea about this country’s culture or language. GMU has protected me like a mother in this unknown country. The teachers, the big brothers, all the Chinese friends I have made has made me feel at home even in the worst of times. There were many things I tried for the first time in my life here in GMU; like trying to use chopsticks for the first time, cooking my own food, and trying to do grocery shopping and bargaining with the aunties for cheap vegetables, handling my own expenses, and the list goes on. Every experience that I needed to have to grow up in to a strong independent human being happened right here in GMU. The first time I hung out with my Chinese friends, they shocked me with their polite behavior and helped me a lot, taught me about Chinese culture.
The GMU staffs are also really helpful and efficient. They use advanced teaching methods with really good laboratory equipments and updated hospital equipments to teach their students.I am really thankful to GMU for this wonderful experience and so much love.
Name: Tasneem Zareen Mayeesa
“Please remain seated with your seatbelts fastened, we are approaching the runway,” boomed the overhead mic filling the cabin with the voice of the Air China 747 pilot. Nervousness gripped my stomach. I heard the low rumbling of the plane’s landing gear being extended, before suddenly, the jolt of the wheels propelled me forward. I had forgotten to tighten my seat belt. Still, with the deceleration, I felt the anxiety of being in a new land replace the nervous edge of being in a giant flighting tube; what would be my place, would I fit in, how did I end up here? The mic cut short my meanderings, “Welcome to New York City, New York; we have just landed in John F. Kennedy International Airport. The weather outside is a chilly…” The date was January 21st, 2003, I had arrived on American soil for the first time.
The same questions would plague me nearly thirteen years later as my plane made its decent into Baiyun International Airport. But while my primal instincts of uncertainty have remained still all this time, the world has not; I had long since traded my red passport with a building for a prettier blue one with a eagle, America had traded its status as the leader of the free world for that of an isolationist teenager, and China traded its soviet-styled cement apartments and bicycles for western-styled skyscraper and Mercedes. As I walked towards the immigration kiosks, the was another surprise waiting for me there; there were so many people waiting to enter China that the line stretched on for two hours, an unimaginably anomaly fourteen years ago. But that daunting sight was only a reminder of the chasm that has divided the Chinese and American sides of my identity, and with that I handed my passport and immigration slip to the agent with apprehension.
By every definition of the word transition, mine was remarkability smooth, paved over with the assistance of my godmother and her amazingly helpful graduate students. With this lifeline, I was able to adjust to Chinese dorm life and cooking almost immediately; trying to make this change without this assistance would have been almost unimaginable. Within a week or so, I was able to meet friends who filled my time here in China with laughter and smiles. Some of the teachers that I would encounter were phenomenal and beyond exceptional, while all were at least adequate. The two years that I have been here have taught me independence, entrepreneurship, and variety of medical subjects. Even my Chinese skill, which languished rusted and unused in America, was bought forth and cleaned and sharpened until it gleamed for which I have of course the ingenuity of my teachers to thank.
Aside from the daily monotony of classes, a plethora of extracurricular options were laid open to me by the university. Choices ranged from Chinese classics, like classical calligraphy, to western styled clubs, like Model United Nations and sports clubs. During my freshman year, I dabbled in a variety of activities; however, by the time the second year rolled around I had settled on a few core interests that I had formed. One of which, I am proud to be part of and even contribute to is that of a program which links students together to help each other in difficult subjects. This mutual assistance program, hosted by the Student Activity Center, expanded my line of sight for the potential of my time at this school.
Everyone wants to make a contribution to his or her community, myself included, and I believe that I have found my niche. A few months the school began to encourage students to expand their entrepreneurship skills by opening an incubator where students can pitch ideas to the teachers and, if approved, would be given the resources to put their ideas into action. A group of friends and myself were all keenly aware of a drastic lack of school paraphernalia on campus and came up with a plan to address that gap. In the weeks that preceded my commissioning to write this article, my team has prepped multiple items, such as t-shirts and key chains, as an initial wave with hopes for a much larger range of products in the future. With this simple souvenir shop, my team hopes to inspire in our schoolmates the same kindred school spirit that rages in western universities.
I would like to take a bit of room here to thank all those that made my incredible journey possible. To begin, one must start with my tireless parents who strove to push me to achieve in the face of any adversity. My heart goes out to my godmother, Liu Jun, and her students for their tireless assistance; all my teachers and administrators who made learning so effortless. Finally, how could one forget all my friends, colleagues, and schoolmates who turned my time here from bearable to unforgettable. The chasm inside of me still exists, but the bridge that these individuals helped me build will endure and with passing day I feel it being pulled a bit closer.
Name: Zhenkun Guan
Graduation Ceremony of 2016 International Graduates at Guangzhou Medical University. Congratulations to the graduates.
Graduation Ceremony of our 1st Batch at Kunming Medical University. Congratulations to the graduates.
A seminar about Aircraft Manufacuting & Maintenance Engineering in Shenyang Aerospace University was held at United World Trade Center, DECC Hall, Kathmnandu on July 22nd and 23rd, 2009. A two member high level delegation of Shenyang Aerospace University on the invitation of Newtonian Science Counselling Pvt.Ltd. was present in the seminar. The 2 member delegation comprised of
Director, International Co-operation & Exchange Department,
Shenyang Aerospace University
Professor Zhang Lingyun
Dean, Aerospace Engineeering School
Director Richard Chen & Professor Zhang Lingyun spoke about the promising career after studying Aircraft Manufacturing / Maintenance Engineering at Shenyang Aerospace University, the facilities provided by the university and the global advantage of obtaining Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Aircraft Manufacturing/Maintenance. They also shed light about Aeronautical Engineering, Aircraft Design, Aircraft Manufacturing, Aircraft Power Engineering, Aircraft Environment & Life Protection System as well as Duties of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.
A seminar about the MBBS study in Sichuan university was held at United World Trade Center, DECC Hall, Kathmnandu on July 12th and 13th, 2009. A three member high level delegation of Sichuan University on the invitation of Newtonian Science Counselling Pvt.Ltd. was present in the seminar. The 3 member delegation comprised of
Dr. Fang Ding Zhi, PH.D,
Director of Overseas Students Office, Sichuan University
Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology,
Dr.Hou Yiping, M.D,
Dean of West China Schoool of Preclinical and Forensic Medicine, Sichaun University
Professor of Forensic Medicine
Mr. Yao Xun
Coordinator for MBBS program of overseas students,
West china School of Clinical Medicine, Sichuan University
Dr. Fang Ding Zhi shed light on the recent regulations of Ministry of Education , China in regard to recruitment of international MBBS students in English medium. He also delivered speech about the standard of medical education at West China School of Medicine, Sichaun University & also expressed commitment to provide the quality medical education in the university.
In the seminar, Dr.Hou Yiping & Mr. Yao Xun explained about the unique features of West China School of Medicine and Sichuan University. The various questions raised by the participants were answered by the visiting university officials.
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