Seattle, I don’t know why the city’s name sounds so rainy. You know what? I was right this time. Plus the moist air, gentle weather and a friendly city. And there still be others reasons to prove that.
My host student is an Asian girl called “Zhen”, who has been adopted by an American couple. I never asked them about that cause we get along so well with each other. Surprisingly, making food there is without smoke, which seems very healthy.
离别的前一天，我们都留下了眼泪，But the story never ends. 相信在未来的时光里，会有更多的学生加入到交流访问中，继续谱写动人心弦的故事。既然离别难避，那就保持记忆的鲜亮，在思念时，照亮我们的心房。
I deeply remember that most of us, whether Chinese students or American students in the program, cried when we bid farewell to each other because we knew that it was a forever goodbye to some of the foreign students who will not come to China next year. We did achieve the bonds of our friendship despite of the long distance between the two countries and cultures.
We not only made friends there but also learned to tackle issues. At the beginning, we had obstacles in language, lifestyle, different studying environments and so on. However, we overcame these challenges through communication eventually.
Yes, it's always interesting to travel and see the world. We did lots of visiting, such as our field trips to the Museum of flight, the Safeco Field, the Pike Place and the Alki Beach etc.
We spent most of the time with our host families, who helped us to be better integrated into their lives. They treated us as their own friends and we naturally made fun of each other. We made a vow to each other “soon we’ll get together again.” The little oath is the witness of our friendship. I will never forget them, the moments we spent together, the jokes that just belong to us...