Q1: Are you satisfied with your exchange life in China?
A2: I am very satisfied with my exchange life in China.
Q2: When you got any difficulties or problem, did anyone from China Educators assist you to solve them?
A2: I enjoyed how China Educators easily solved a few misunderstandings between me and host family.
Q3: How do you get along with the child( children ) in the host family?
A3: I enjoyed working with Jagger because he likes when I read books to him and because his familiy teaches him self develpoment.
Q4: What’s your main responsibility in the host family?
A4: My main responsibilities with Jagger was talking to him as mush as possible in English, helping him with his homework and spending time with him when needed.
Q5: Are you accustomed to the Chinese life ( food, climate, transport, etc ) ?
A5: I was accustomed very well to the transport, but I can’t say the same about food, climate, and air.
Q6: What’s your biggest problem at present?
A6: I hope and wish to finish my final year in my university from Moldova. It’s going to be a little hard for me, because I missed 1/2 year.
Q7: What’s your biggest reward so far?
A7: I think some of biggest accomplishments are new friends, Chinese language improved and wonderful experience in China.
Q8: Have you got difficulties in communicating with the family members? If so, how did you solve them?
A8: Sometimes we didn’t understand each other’s language but I used dictionaries to expressing ideas and thoughts.
Q9: When you felt homesick, what did you do?
A9: I didn’t feel homesick while I was in Beijing.
Q10: Experience to share with other exchange participants?
A10: I think one of the biggest challenges was the food. Maybe the next participants can find the kind of food they like and ask Ayi to cook for them. I did so, but quite late, the other challenge is the air pollution, but it is easier to overcome.