Written by Emily Griffith, (University of Missouri), Student Correspondent for CET Jordan, Fall 2022. Growing up in the United States, I have always identified with my femininity, but I haven’t always been particularly aware of it.
Written by Elissa DeTellis, (George Washington University), Student Correspondent for CET Taiwan, Summer 2022 When I came to Taiwan my first few days were spent feeling confused and on a greaterlevel just plain dumb, while this is just a part of adapting to life in a new country here are five pieces of insider information […]
Written by Meg Buzbee, (Yale University), Student Correspondent for CET Jordan, Summer 2022 Since returning to Amman after Eid Break in Aqaba, I’ve felt more settled in the city. Even the whole first month felt a lot like a long vacation, granted a long vacation with a lot of homework, but still like I was […]
Written by Kaya Heimowitz, (University of Puget Sound), Student Correspondent for CET Taiwan, Summer 2022 Trash trucks versus ice cream trucks, going to 7/11 every day, and other fun things! 1.Taking out the trash Taking out the trash in Taiwan involves much more coordination than you mightbe used to. In Taipei, the streets are narrow, […]
Photos by Wendy Zhang, (Yale University), Student Correspondent for CET Taiwan, Summer 2022 These past two weeks, I had the chance to explore several Taiwanese night markets. If youhaven’t ever been to a Taiwanese 夜市(night market), your first experience might beoverwhelming. With so many options and stalls to choose from, you could eat at a […]
Written by Elissa DeTellis, (George Washington University), Student Correspondent for CET Taiwan, Summer 2022 Taiwan is very rainy so don’t be surprised when the weather forecast predicts rain nonstop for a week, but don’t fret because there are still plenty of ways to enjoy your time in Taiwan. For reference, London, which is known for […]