I have received many questions regarding how to study abroad. What is the process like? Is it too complicated? What are the benefits? Is it really worth it? I discuss in detail here.
When thinking of travel, people often daydream of delicious food, breathtakingly beautiful architecture & scenery, insightful tours, and exciting activities, to name a few. However, one aspect that is sometimes forgotten about until after the trip has already begun is language. I believe it is vitally important to at least learn some key words & phrases before you depart; let me tell you why.
Today, we continue with part 2 of my 2014 story of being an exchange student in Taiwan. Some of my fondest memories occurred during my time there, and I’m happy to finally share the rest of this story with you.
Today, I go in-depth into my year-long exchange student experience in Taiwan. There is far too much information to shorten into one article; Part 1 delves into the buildup, arrival in Taiwan, and my first few months living there.
”Are we really living our lives, or are we just accepting it.” – Dr. Jimmy Lee
Like in the movie, the Matrix, my travel experiences were the equivalent of taking the red pill; however, instead of waking up to a complete disaster (like in the movie), it made me feel truly alive.
Traveling is Living. Join me as we set sail on this adventure together.
“Close yourself off to the world, and you will find every reason to hate it, but approach the world with an open mind and a good heart, and you’ll realize we’re all in this together.”