My first class in Taiwan, I saw a girl who was sitting in the front row, eating instant noodles.
The professor was standing right in front of us.
In China, students usually won’t really have the impudence to do this.
There are a lot of security measures. For example every bathroom, every stall has a red button.
When emergency occurs, you can press the red button immediately.
Buses have emergency exits too.
Our buses only have sky windows or emergency hammers, there are no emergency exits.
When I first got here, I was shocked by the fact that people would drink the soup base from hot pot.
Now I’m used to it!
It’s troublesome to ask for leave in China.
You have to talk to an assistant first, if something happens at home then you family has to call the assistant.
In Taiwan, the process of asking for leave seems a bit easier.
Students can send e-mail or message to their teachers the day before and explain why they will be absent the next day.
Teachers usually will grant it.
I also notice Taiwan has a lot of school clubs.
Most Taiwanese atudents seem more passionate about clubs’ activities.
Sometimes when I go back to my dorm at 10 p.m. or 11 p.m. I can still see students dancing on campus.
Chinese students are probably watching drama or shopping online.
Before I came to Taiwan, a senior told me that I better wear a hat or bring a jacket to class.
She told me the air conditioner is very strong.
I got here in February and it was pretty chill, so I was going to use the heater. But...there wasn’t any.
Taiwanese guys pretty gentle and soft.
In every country, you have people who know how to dress up well.
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