Now I am writing this post in Doha while waiting for my flight to Beijing. I just left Europe 10 hours ago. I don’t really feel too much leaving Europe but getting more and more exciting for going back to Beijing. It has been 11 months.
So my journey continues but in my beloved hometown Beijing from now on. I have about 6 weeks in Beijing for summer vacation. Can’t wait for the food and family and friends and everything!!
My study abroad program is actually based in Geneva, but for the past few weekends, I have constantly traveled away from Geneva. I barely walked around Geneva even though I have been here for over 6 weeks. I decided to take a break and chill out in this past weekend. Initially I thought stay at home and probably study for a bit can be relaxing, but I ended up going out the whole weekend.
Our university took us to Art Basel, one of the biggest art fair in the world. The field trip took the whole day Friday. We traveled to Basel, which was a nearly 3-hour train ride one way. The art fair was indeed mind opening. I have been to a lot of museums but never art fair. New experience, great experience. Continue reading “Busy Weekend Around Geneva”
Lausanne is about 45 minutes train ride from Geneva. It’s a perfect day trip destination. The city is famous for a lot of things: Olympic Capital, wine-growing region, Higher Education, art and etc. I was only able to glance into this amazing city in the one-day trip.
Continue reading “One day in Lausanne”
I will be spending about two months in Geneva. Thanks to the amazing Webster summer term program. I will be having classes during the week and having fun at the weekend.
Geneva is really a beautiful city. Don’t miss the view when you are about to land. The Alps is by your side. I was lucky the sun was just coming out.Breathtaking view. Lake Geneva (Lac Léman) is the next you will see. It’s a pretty huge lake. Villages scatter all over the lakeside. They look quiet and peaceful in the morning light.
lake Geneva, village
Continue reading “Hello Geneva!!”