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I'm in my final year in university, and I'm going to have to start applying for masters/postgraduate programs pretty soon.
My degree is in Chinese and French, I've been thinking of applying to Hong Kong University, on the basis that I loved HK while I was in China, and it'd be a good excuse to pick up a bit of Cantonese- I have decent Mandarin already, which I hear tends to be the business language of HK along with English.
To any HKers or people who have studied there, would you recommend studying in HKU? Is it worth coming to Hong Kong to study, or is the expense too much?
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Hi /trv/ I come to you for advice. I am 18 years old, in good physical condition, and an absolutely overwhelming desire to travel. However, I do not have much money. I have about 2000 dollars right now, and maybe up to 4000 in the near future, but am looking to travel FULL TIME, not just a vacation... What can I do/where can I go to start out that would give me a interesting but cheap start to my traveling fantasy? Any and all ideas welcome!
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So, I'm supposed to travel to Saudi Arabia, KSA, for work soon. Will be there for almost two weeks. I'll be leaving there just before Eid al-Adha...thank goodness. Fat white guy does not need to be around for festival of sacrifice.
As majestic and crazy as the place seems...it seems islam, even though its a peaceful religion, kinda hates us murricans, at least lately.
I really don't want to die in the KSA.
Anyone been there lately?
At least the coat of arms is cool. Maybe I'll bring a dagger back.