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'My Chinese Working Day': An Australian's story

By Jin Dan | | Updated: 2017-08-31 11:17

<EM>'My Chinese Working Day'</EM>: An Australian's story

Preparations are underway for a wedding ceremony held at a resort in Sanya, South China's Hainan province. [Photo provided to]

How long will you stay in China and what's you future plan?

At the moment I plan to return to Australia in December to finish my PhD studies and then I hope to return to China next year. My dream would be to work within education providing students like myself the experiences I have been given. I want to show Australian students what life in China can be like. It’s exciting, dynamic and challenging, but the amount you learn and get out of an experience of living in China is so much greater than students in Australia are aware of.


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