Chinese Embassy Essay

Topics: United States, People's Republic of China, People's Republic Pages: 2 (536 words) Published: April 16, 2014
Ramón Herrera
The Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Venezuela January, 2013
Motivation of going to study in China essay

Expanding my horizons

It is hard for me to express my reasons and motivations to want to study in China in this short essay. Since I was little, I have started to feel interested in China.  From watching cartoons, movies and comic books I noticed its beautiful culture, millenarian history, language, food and people. I think China is a really special and pleasant country and I would truly love the opportunity to live and study in it.

In the past I had the opportunity to study English in the United States of America. During my stay I interacted with many students, especially Chinese students who were studying English like me. For the first time I established a strong friendship with a group of people who were all Chinese.  The first thing I noticed was the love they have for their country. They have such an unbreakable fighter spirit and are such hardworking people. I learned a lot from them, like being more responsible, studious and independent.  I also discovered something I thought I would never find out from relating to another country with it's people, the love for myself and for my country as well.  

The truth is that during my time in the U.S., I felt inspired and motivated. I improved my English and in just one semester. I obtained a recognition among the best students of the University for my grade point average. I grew up enormously as a person. After I came back from the United States I started studying Chinese and I just can say that I felt pleased. The simple fact of visiting or learning about a new country, especially China, is that it is a great source of inspiration and creativity.  It helps me to be open minded, expand my horizons and let's my imagination run wild.

The history of China is rich in fine arts, culture, traditions, architecture, sculptures, paintings, music, acting, and even...
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