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 Lotus Alumni Experiences
This webpage gives some feedback and stories written by Lotus Alumni:
1. How Does it Feel Like Living and Studying in University of Porto, Portugal (Published on 19/01/2015 by Nabila As'ad)
2. 1-month staff stay at the University of Kent, UK (Published on 21/02/2014 by Huang Bikang)
3. I Fell sLOVEnia (Published on 01/08/2013 by Sahasika Prabaswara)
4. MOVIE: The experiences of Lotus II grant holders at the University of Porto (Published on 08/07/2013 by )
5. My Experience in Uppsala (Ting Bie from China) (Published on 13/06/2013 by )
6. I want to express my gratitude to Lotus project and wish to Ghent again (Published on 31/03/2013 by Qiuju Chen)
7. ;) Kako si? (Published on 11/12/2012 by Yunfeng Ling)
8. Award Winning Video about My Exchange Program at Uppsala University (Published on 10/08/2012 by Riyanto Lesmana)
9. EMA2 monitoring meeting for grant holders (Published on 03/05/2012 by Hainan Jiang)
10. Zivjo Ljubljana :) (Published on 26/03/2012 by Amelia Sarinastiti)
11. Ola' Portugal!! (Published on 24/02/2012 by WANNAKAN THONGKAO)
Ola?!!! Eu sou Wannakan Thongkao (Maii). I am the 3rd student, studying Chemical Engineering TEPE programme (Thammasat English Programme of Engineering). I was awarded Erasmus Mundus Scholarship (Lotus Project) to be an exchanged student at University of Porto, Portugal. At University of Porto, I am taking Separation Process I, Renewable Energy, Nanotechnology and Petrology. When I arrived at Portugal, I was surprised by Portuguese?s style of greeting. Portuguese people are greeted by kissing on both sides of their checks that is totally different from Thai culture. Not only that, the environment around me is different also. Since I have been here, I realised that Portuguese people are very friendly and helpful, especially my coordinator, Ana Paiva. Although, they cannot speak English, they are willing to help me in the way they can. It is lucky that there is a small Thai community in a small city, Porto. Thai seniors here are very good to me. They help and support me a lot. A part from that, there are many foreign students from all over the world such as Turkey, Belgium and Poland, studying at University of Porto also. Therefore, I can get to know them and exchange Thai culture with their culture as well. It is a good opportunity for me to gain a lot of new experiences and make new friends. Here, I learn to be independent.
12. My experience in Porto (Published on 06/02/2012 by Ratima Suntornnond)

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