At the first, i would like to say a lotta “Thanks” to AIESEC especially AIESEC UNHAS and the great people behind. Finally, i got my first-exchange-experience in Taiwan! Actually, i faced some troubles before i get there, the day before i’m leaving i haven’t get my visa yet so, the stressed out and i was crying and crying, i just thinking about the worst thing that gonna happen with me that i have to delayed my flights it means i have to buy new tickets! It was awful… And i just keep praying until midnight i got the text that my visa already arrived, i got my visa 5 hours before take off! Can you imagine??! I can’t sleep and eat well…. But, THANK GOD! *sujud syukur* :”
One month in Taiwan i had a lot of things that i’ve to tell to the others, when i found the unique things i always taking a picture of it and yes, camera on! The capital of Taiwan is Taipei and i live at Sanxia district (New Taipei City). Is not that big and the city is so clean from the rubbish, less of air pollution and far from traffic jam! (noted) :p, they had a good of public transportations, such as Buses, MRT, and Train! So, you don’t need to be worry if you want to explore Taiwan by yourself ;D you can get the travelling’s card and books at the MRT’s Station. oia, i also went to Hualien to attend the Trainee conference just for 2 days, and we had a lotta fun there! Met new friends, played games, awesome groupmates, awesome global village and great scenary! The most interesting is i have to do the fasting in Taiwan, and this is my first experience far away from home for a long time and i’ve to make a supper by myself without hear the ” sahurrr….. Sahuurr” oohh poor me :’(
Best part: Summer Camp! We got the project with children’s issue and we have to teach an english to the elementary school… The Taiwanese kids are so cute, sometimes they will act like an angel but in the other times the will act like a monster! *closed eyes* but maybe, that its appeal hehehe…. Me and the other EPs were so proud and happy to be their ‘Laoshi’ and to be their po’s father as well :p, yes i got the role to act as a Po’s father based on Kung Fu Panda’s story and we had a great and a funny musical’s drama :D actually, it was a bit awkward to act in front of the kids!
Well, we started off acquaintances and later became soulmates living under one roof. Those slum days that i will never forget, those heart to heart late night chats i will miss. I know we will never be afraid of what the future brings because we’ve braved the night of the howling wind, trembling aircon and broken trees together in our warm little house. All i can say, Thank you all for standing by me to support me, learning and growing with me every single day… We had joy, we had fun and we had greatest moments!
Taiwanese cool kids, Taiwanese great Buddys, awesome EPs, Poop gurus, my nice roomies and the lovely security uncles. I love you and i will never forget this unforgetable exchange moments! And Last but not least, Thank you papa, mama and all of my families… Thank you for always standing by me :’)
So, for you guys… What’s ur waiting for?? Why not take the challenge and travel with purpose these holidays like we did! #GoGlobalWithAIESEC