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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)
It seems that everything just happened yesterday, although I've been back home for more than nine months. As a Chinese saying goes that, you will never know how important it is to you unless you lose it, and no better words can be used to describe how I feel now. Nothing is sure in life, and I have never thought I could get chance to study in Europe and Slovenia, and I hope I may go there one day in the near future. Time flies very fast, and the happy moments there have become memory forever.

The time, which we live in with internet every day, sometimes makes us believe that we have already known the whole world and other cultures very well. But the Erasmus experience taught me that it is better to know one culture deeply in person. And what I have experienced there, including history, culture, custom, art, teaching method, academic research, are not totally same as what I thought before. The interesting thing is that I also got a better understanding of China and Chinese culture better during that time, and this is like what is written in Chinese poet "The true face of Mt. Lu is lost to my sight, for it is right in this mountain that I reside", or we can understand it as "You will never know what is looks like, except you look from the outside of it."

However, the most precious is the friendship that I've got there, which has been firmly rooted in my memory. And I also felt how friendly and kind the European and Slovenian people are.

I wanna thank all the people who are working for the Erasmus Project, especially the Lotus Project. Whithout your efforts, it is hard to believe the study and life there, and we may never get this chance. And I also wanna thank all the people who are working for the cooperation between China and Europe in the field of culture, academy, business and others, because communication is the best way for the development in the world in this age and I am glad to see the cooperation has brought well-beings to both sides.

I'm glad if anyone wants to share their experiences, feelings or ideas with me. Do not hesitate to contact me. Welcome to Chengdu, which is the hometown of PANDA. :D
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)
12. My experience in Porto (Published on 06/02/2012 by Ratima Suntornnond)

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