Tuesday, August 14, 2012

i'd like to send some picture of shanghai

when i got home i found it was hard to get access to google blog...
however i found some method to solve the problem and shared it with our teammates
and this time i'd like to send some pictures of shanghai. i hope Mike and other friends of us can see them
the night view of shanghai is very wonderful...however my cell phone can't take  clear pictures..
i sent the pictures to http://www.tripntale.com and linked the picture here
because of some technical reason i have to do so...

HERE WE GO

it start from... a ... goose。。。
i found the goose in front of a restaurant...( i hope the picture will work)




here is some pictures i took in The Band
there are many buildings like the American ones
these pictures are near the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, it was the landmark of Shanghai




in this picture, there is a building looked like a bottle opener, which has a rectangle space on the top part of building, it's the tallest building now in shanghai named Shanghai World Financial Center




this building named Asia Mansion,it's an old building



here is Nanjing Pedestrian Road it's a paradise for shopping if you don't care about the money thing



actually there are a lot of other places in Shanghai but i haven't taken photos ...i will share them sometime later

Sunday, July 22, 2012

I love NY


The first time I went to NYC was the day when we arrived at US. It was at night and I didn’t have too much impression since I was too tired after the long trip. After today’s hanging around, I believe I like this city.
We visited the statue of liberty in the morning. After lunch I just walked and enjoyed the buildings in Manhattan with Kid, Aaron and Alan. Then later we went to the Top of the Rock and saw the whole view of the city.
One of the things I like most about the city is the stone building with beautifully-curved patterns. Those buildings look imposing and impressive with a taste of antiquity and a feeling of constant.
The other catching thing is the birds in streets. They are active and brave and they look for crumbs between stream of traffic and people. This is a wonderful feeling to see those lovely creatures.
There are only a few days left for this trip, I hope all students can enjoy them.








Saturday, July 21, 2012

I Love Philadelphia!

I really love this city!
Not only for its fascinating views,but also the atmosphere and familiar feeling recall me of my hometown.
And what makes the feeling stronger,one of my best friends is here.
We haven't seen each other for years,and it's really amazig for us to meet each other in a foreign country.
She told me that the climate here is resemble to Wuhan and the way people live is also like what we do in Wuhan.So she got used to the environment and life very soon when she came here.Haha~
I really enjoy today and Philadelphia makes the belief-studying in USA-even stronger!

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Blog 3: Farewell Party


Yesterday, we had our farewell party at a Chinese restaurant. The party was great and everybody had a lot of fun. I took some pictures and I want to share them with you guys.




David Smith and I
 Mr.Smith is a very kind person, he talked to us about nearly two hours. It's my pleasure to meet you!


All of our teachers and leaders. Thank you for your hard work!We love you!


Susy and Chen Xi. You two are so beautiful!


Franklin, you are so funny! XD


Thanks for the lovely T-shirt! 


Hans, it seems that you had a lot of fun~


 Wang Ziqi showed us his new cloth yesterday. It's really interesting!:D


 Besides all those photos, I also record a video, of which four students were singing the song of Wuhan University.I'm not professional and I hope it's clear enough for you to enjoy the beautiful song.

video


Monday, July 16, 2012

A brief introduction to myself


Hi, everyone! I’m Mike; my Chinese name is Cong Hao. I majored in economics in Wuhan University. The days we spent in OSU are very fantastic, gradually I get used to the life on campus, and I love the university especially the people here. During the days in Columbus, Ohio, our group did a comparative study of city community health service and the dual-track system between China and America. We handed out the questionnaires to the students here and talked with Doctor Miller. They are pretty nice and we learn a lot about the health care system here.
Now we are about to leave OSU, hoping that everyone had a good time here. Never say goodbye to OSU!

Shakespeare In The Park

                          THEY REALLY DID A GOOD JOB!
   Last night,we saw The Merchant of Venice written by Shakespeare in Schiller Park.I found it was interesting,because people can just sat on the grass and watched the drama for free.In my hometown,there are few opportunity for people ,especially those who don't have much money, to see such kind of drama.You need to pay for it,and you have to go to the opera.I think Shakespeare in the park is a very great idea for it gives the chance to everyone equally to enjoy the joy produced by art.