Student Feature: Oona Zhou

Emma Browning, Staff Writer

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Q: What are some of your favorite things about America?


A: There are a lot of diversities in the U.S. It accepts every different culture. I like the weather here which is nicer than where I lived. Also, the chicken cranberry salad at Sam’s, and my host family, and school!


Q: What has been the most challenging thing for you this school year?


A: Language had been challenging at first, but it’s not a big deal. The thing is, I tried a lot of new stuff, like soccer and so on. I’ve been stepping out of my comfort zone. But anyways, I survived!


Q: What are some similarities between America and China?


A: These two are both big countries, so I think they have a lot of similarities.


Q: Are there any American customs that you find strange?


A: Actually, because I’ve been here a year and got used to everything, it’s kind of hard to think of anything. But I don’t understand, why does the Chinese food all taste like the same here?


Q: What have you liked about your school year the most?


A: First of all, the sweet people here. You guys have all been joyful. Also the sports and all the fun stuff we did like powderpuff.


Q: What are you most looking forward to next year?


A: Being a junior sounds really cool and feels like a lot of stuff going on. I am excited to help at all of those. Overall, there’s a lot of things to look forward to!

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