Hello to you all. I am Leah (刘道媛). I am a Chinese teacher in Arad now. I have lived in Romania for more than four months and I have adapted to the rhythm of work and life here. During this time, there were many happy moments. (Arad) I remember when the plane was about to land in Cluj, and I overlooked the city from the air, that was my first impression of Romania. The red-roofed house are beautiful and quiet.…
Name: 彭丹（PENG DAN）
Hometown: Si Chuan, China
University: Zhejiang University of Science and Technology
Teaching town: Baia Mare, Romania
I’m Liu Jiuling, the new Chinese teacher in Bistrita.
It is the first time I went this far abroad for such a long time. Bistrita is a quiet and clean city surrounded by the beautiful forests. It is really appreciated that I have a group of lovely students who are passionate about Chinese language and culture.
I’m Wang Chunyi the only Chinese teacher in Oradea which is called a potential future city. The first time I knew I would be sent to Oradea, I felt a bit nervous because I wondered whether I could survive by myself without any familiar relationship in a new environment.
What is a cheng yu might be the first thing you want to know when seeing the article. 成语（Chéngyǔ) can be translated in English as “idiom”, but it has both a very specific and important place in the Chinese language and culture, so translating it just like that is really not enough. Made of 3 up to 16 characters, though the majority consists of only 4, cheng yu’s are fixed phrases that mainly derive from classic stories, legends and books.…
The universe is chaos, and science states that life has its source in that obscure chaos, which then turns into some sort of order. It sounds mysterious, but I’m not that much into physics, so I’ll skip the scientific part.
I am Sophia, a Chinese teacher of Confucius Institute of Babeș-Bolyai University. I am living in Arad now. This is the second year in Arad. My life here is really joyful and interesting. I like and love this country for a few reasons. Here I would like to share my stories about what made me say “Bravo”!