The reason I had chosen Japan as my stud...
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...ill be the hardest to overcome. traveling outside of United state to Japan was the first time I am away from the family for an extended period and I expected will be homesick during the first week in Japan. I absolutely know I will overcome the obstetrical of homesick once class being, and then I will be more focus on school. Getting used to living in Japan as well as create bonds with the host family. Another two challenge I had expected to occur is the language barrier and culture different because I do not have any prior Japanese language skill, or I have lived most of my life in the United States and China, my cultural experience is very limited. Because of the existence of these challenges, it keeps me being an optimize person to overcome the challenges and looking forward daily living in Japan; experience residing in Kobe, Japan to broaden my culture worldwide.
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