Josué Hernandez, a recent (’13) Human Services graduate, let us know that he was accepted for an internship with CRCC Asia and will be working for a month in Shanghai for a NGO, charity, or non-profit. As you may recall from a previous post, Josué will be at Stanford University this summer, for he was accepted into their summer management program. He comments, “thanks to the excellent education I’ve received at NDNU and your support, I have been able and encouraged to find such great opportunities.”
Josué’s acceptance letter contained a lot of information about living in China and included these sites, which might interest others who are interested in Chinese culture and language:
“Take a look at some of these sites to get a better idea of the Shanghai you’ll soon be falling in love with…
• http://www.chinasmack.com – Read and watch the latest news in China that’s just gone viral – what all of your colleagues at work will be chatting about!
• http://www.stylites.net/ – If you find yourself staring into your closest and wondering what to bring…
• http://jennyzhu.com/ – An interesting perspective on modern Chinese culture and society”