My blog updates about my amazing spring break trip to Switzerland have been anything but consistent. College professors love to bookend spring break with exams, papers, problem sets and other heavy assignments. So for now, I'm going to blame the fact that I'm a busy college student as the reason that my vacation photos are going up 3 weeks after my return to the states. Oh well.
Check out the gallery to see what I did Wednesday through Saturday of my spring break. Photos from the Geneva Motor Show and my tour of Nyon will come later, I haven't gotten to those yet.
It's that time of the semester again, when review sessions dominate my schedule and professors send out review guides. That's right, exams are back and here to stay for the next 10 days.
And then I realized that no one outside my immediate family actually knows what exams I have, let alone what courses that I'm taking at CUHK. So let's do a quick refresher, shall we? I'm taking five courses, all which count for three credits. If you haven't done the math already, that's 15 credits. Oxy will translate this as 16 credits--a standard course load--one I get back in the spring. In no particular order are the courses that I'm taking:
- Puthongua Level 1 -- Application of Vocabulary & Grammar
- Puthongua Level 1 -- Oral Skills Practice
- Financial Accounting for Economists
- Economics of Transition
- History of Traditional Chinese Thought