2008年8月18日 星期一

International night & Russia girl

This night I attended the activity held by ISSS, international night. It was held in a brain new building named Activity and Recreation Center(ARC). We arrived at 6 o'clock which is when ISSS ask us to come. But we were told that there is a mistake that it's actually 7 o'clock. Anyway, we just waited until seven. In the period, we talked to some new coming students like us. This time, we spoke mostly in English. 


 After we entered ARC, we realized that it's a gymnasium but not a auditorium. And what really sucked is that this "international night" is not shows or parties at all but just letting people using facilities. What a boring orientation!


As soon as I wanted to go home, friends of mine said that we should at least take a look. So, we just fooled around inside and concluded that it's really a high-class gymnasium, although the international night sucks. After fooling around, we decided to do something, so we went playing racket ball. Playing racket ball is really pretty fun. 


When I was about to leave ARC, I bumped into a Russia girl asking me how to get the Union. I invited her to go with me because I would pass by the Union. The girl is from east Russia near the border to China. She said that it took only 5 min. to across the border from her home. She is in my height and looks pretty.  She is Doctor degree seeking in Russia literature. I asked her why don't she study Russia literature in Russia. She answered me but I didn't quite understand her explanation because her accent. We said goodbye near Green & Wright intersection and then I started regretting not had asked for her number.  

4 意見:

匿名 提到...

Hi, I thought your blog is interesting. But your usage is a little bit strange because Americans don't say that way. I believe you're getting better in future.

陳韋尹 提到...

Thanks for your advise, but I am not quite understanding the usage you mentioned. By the way, do I know you?

匿名 提到...

No, I just browsed the your blog and I found you are an international student here in America. By the way, where are you from? China or Japan? Sorry, I don't realize how to distinguish you Asians.

陳韋尹 提到...

I come from Taiwan. As you can see some of the articles are written in Chinese. I am glad you felt interesting in my blog. And thanks again about your comments.