Tag: chinese

Restaurants of GU: Hibachi’s Buffet

In terms of the menu, it’s traditionally arranged, broken into Appetizers, Soup, Fried Rice, Fried Noodle, Lo Men, Soft Noodle, Egg Foo Young (Seafood,...

A Student’s Perspective: Differences Between China and the United States

Greenville University enrolls students from many countries across the world, and many of these international students are from China. For these Chinese students, studying...

Staying Creative While Staying in Shape

While studying abroad at Greenville University, many international students, specifically those from China, turn to colorful sports and fitness activities for entertainment. Here's a...

Embracing Language and Seizing Opportunities

Written by Mary Krauss. Media by Allyson Mitchell. When I first came to Greenville, I had never met someone from another country. I was home-schooled...

Share Your Home This Christmas

At Greenville College, one thing that is stressed is how important it is to experience different cultures. This is done in two different ways. First, Greenville sends students to places all around the world, whether this is through a short term mission trip, a semester abroad, or anything in between. Several students, including myself, have been able to experience cultures by immersing themselves in it for a period of time.

Anti-Japanese Protest’s in the streets of China

Written by Matthew Harper.   A dispute over small islands between the Japanese and Chinese governments, as well as questionable work policies in Japanese factories in...