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Nomin Amgalan


Revision:He Yuqian, Jie Jianghui, Akib IrfanDate:2018/06/23


CCNU 2018 GRADUATES

Nomin Amgalan is from Mongolia. This summer, she is graduating from CCNU after 4 years’ study. She spent her first year studying Chinese Language, and the in the next three years, she studied Tourism Management in the Urban City and Environmental Sciences college. 


Q1: How do you describe your life in CCNU?

Amazing, unforgettable, successful, and open-eyesight. 


Q2: What is considered as your greatest difficulty during your time studying here?/ the biggest challenge you faced

I am not that sad, because Chinese does attract me. To write good dissertation is the only problem, which makes me confused. 


Q3: You've done an excellent job in our school. Would you like to share with us your study experience and give some practical advice to junior schoolmates?

It is necessary to study hard every day, read articles, listen to music as well as hanging out to make new friends. Time is limited, and Do not be lazy, just make the best use of time.



Q4: What would you like to do in your spare time?

I really love travelling, but I do not have many chances. Besides, I love dancing and playing volleyball.


Q5: What pushed you to struggle forward and stick to your final goals these years?

I pass through the master's thesis defense just a few days ago, which achieve my big target. I love travelling ever since I was a child, so tourism management is My major. I really love my major. In Mongol Uls, there are lots of chances to develop tourism, and I will do my best to strengthen cooperation between China and Mongolia in tourism. My dream pushes me to better myself.


Q6: What do you want to say to CCNU, your roommates or your teachers at the end of your school life in CCNU?

I applied for Master of Tourism Management at CCNU, which I am very honored to be a part of, to improve myself and expand my knowledge about tourism industry. It was my first time in China, and it also provided me with the chance to learn more about Chinese language and culture. Chinese people are hardworking, responsible and friendly. I feel proud to become a resident of the city of Wuhan, Thank you so much the government of China and my lovely CCNU. I will never forget you in my whole life!

Q7: Do you have any unforgettable moment to share with us?

There are a lot of good days to look back. For example, the days that we went to the International Tourism Forum in Guilin with my tutors and classmates. I never thought I'd come to China to take part in such a great international event, and I made a lot of good friends here. And it was great to travel to Shanghai, Hongkong and Macao. There are too many unforgettable days!


Q8: If I ask you to thank someone, whom would you like to give your appreciation to? And why?

First, I’d like to thank Mr. Chen, who is a teacher of our college of International Exchange, I want to thank him for he is always helping me, guiding me, supporting me, to give me a lot of opportunities. Thank you for all the teachers and classmates of our 206 Office. 


Then, my teacher Yuan. When I came to China, I only know basic greetings like hello and thank you . Ms. yuan teaches us Chinese. She is a very good teacher. Mr. Hu, President of the Urban City and Environmental Sciences college, welcomes the acceptance of me.


In the end, I would like to thank my tutor Gong Jian for teaching me, not giving up on me and always encouraging me. He has provided me with many precious learning opportunities. Thank you for your helping and guiding me. I wish you happy forever. 


And, special thanks to my family, my friends, all the teachers of CCNU. Thank you for always encouraging me and by my side. Love all of you so much!


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