Written by Tracy Fu, (George Washington University), CET Taiwan Summer 2019 As I was walking home from school today, it seemed just like any other afternoon. It was my next to last day of school; the sun was blazing, and motorcycles were rushing about, but little did I know the significance of this particular day. I passed by […]
Written by Cindy Lu (Carnegie Mellon University), CET Vietnam Summer 2019 First experience of art therapy Although I am a psychology major, I have never participated in any art therapies before. Actually, I was never a big fan of the art therapy since I am not comfortable with sharing my private thoughts with people and […]
Photos by Jiamin Li (Tufts University), Student Correspondent CET Jordan Intensive Language, Summer 2019 Cover photo caption: Watching the sunset from viewpoint near the edge of Amman in Jubeiha. This hilltop is great for hanging out, a picnic, or a horseback ride for about 2 dinars.
Written by Anna Horton (University of Michigan), Student Correspondent CET Jordan Summer 2019 CET is all about making sure you don’t leave Jordan empty-handed. Your heavy class schedule, your excursions to historical sights, and most of all your improved knowledge of Arabic testify that you gained something from living in this country, most of which can be […]
Photos by Jonah Bolton (Kalamazoo College) Student Correspondent, CET Colombia Fall 2019 *** Cover photo caption: This picture displays the cohesiveness between Cali’s downtown and patches of nature that help to make Cali the greenest major city in Colombia. When the sounds of the city die down at night, you can still fall asleep to […]
Written by Kate Ross (Brandeis University), Student Correspondent CET Taiwan, Summer 2019 Dear Prospective Student, I’m writing this as I enter my final week studying in Taipei this summer. If you’re interested in studying Chinese with CET and you are deciding between one of the numerous programs that CET runs in China versus the single […]