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 From my quarantine hotel room, I could see the 捷運(Taipei metro), the busy neighborhood basketball court, and the distant mountain temples, which I tried to capture in my unfinished sketch. This view from the 18th floor of Aloft Beitou became very familiar to me during […]
Written by Meg Buzbee, (Yale University), Student Correspondent for CET Jordan , Summer 2022 Austrian Airlines lost my luggage and the first thing I felt was relief. I wasn’t that surprised: My flight to Vienna from the states had been delayed two hours and my connection was tight enough that I had to sprint to […]
Photos by Aislyn Murray, (Syracuse University), Student Correspondent for CET Film Production at FAMU, Spring 2020 CET boat excursions are a wonderful way to meet other students as well as see the city from a whole new perspective. Here’s the beginning of the famous Charles Bridge as the sun goes down during a boat dinner. […]
Photos by Abigail Brafman,(Vanderbilt University), Student Correspondent for CET Prague, Spring 2020 At the end of the road in a town that appears untouched by time sits the most scrumptious and secluded pie shop just outside of Prague. U Lasiku offers a wide variety of both sweet and meat pies, accumulating in a never-ending buffet […]
Written by Ann Monk (Connecticut College), Student Correspondent for CET Jordan, Fall 2019. The day after arriving in Amman, I went with some friends to check out the coffee shop a block from our apartment building.