International students communicate with each other, which is a powerful boost to the acquisition of information.

Students who go out to rely on friends, and students who study abroad also rely on classmates and students from the same country. No matter what information will be circulated in the student body, even from year to year. And students of different nationalities will have different information, and some are suitable for their national conditions. For example, Koreans will know where to buy Korean food or restaurants, depending on the proportion of going abroad in different countries. This will affect the difficulty of being able to search locally!

Since many Asians are going to study abroad nowadays, big cities and several popular countries for studying abroad will definitely have gathering places like Chinatown or Koreatown. There is a street even if you don't reach an area. For example, Boston has Chinatown, and there is also a street where there are almost all Korean restaurants and supermarkets. I followed my Korean classmates to purchase and eat several times. Koreans are extremely dependent on Korean cuisine.

Needless to say, Taiwanese or Chinese people. There are a lot of people who emigrated abroad in the early days. It is almost the easiest to find any product abroad. On the contrary, they feel a little uncomfortable. Where did they go? In addition to these people's livelihood needs, other life information will also be exchanged with each other. There will be information for reference or students who can ask for renting a house or various handling procedures.

Especially now that the Internet is so convenient, local students can be contacted through forums or social platforms before going abroad, and a lot of important information can be collected. After all, in a new environment or in another country, there are many differences in basic common sense or living habits. Using the original concepts and thoughts will encounter many problems and frustrations. It means you have to practice all the skills all over again, which is not a small psychological burden.

However, one thing to note is that although you can get a lot of help from the same language group, you still have to go out and get to know other people. Otherwise, it is very likely that you can speak Chinese better, but you don’t have to learn. Until now, there are still many such examples. When I first went to the United States, I saw too many small groups. The members of each small group were almost all classmates from their own country. Whether they were going out for dinner or chatting, they were all in the same group. This lost many opportunities.


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