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Took an hour-long stroll through the massive campus before catching my flight back home - definitely not enough time! The entrance with the traditional gate and large lily ponds is the most attractive one. Some buildings seem to date back a century, while others are...More
We strolled around the University Campus for an hour or so to get a feel for the youth of the city, albeit the very smart ones given the difficulty getting entrance to this Uni.
The campus is quite spread out & green, & has a...More
Sichuan University comprises of 3 universities, HuaXi University, Wanjiang University, and Jiang an University. All the Universitites are unique to themselves with their scenary. They are made along with the nature. If you go there you'll feel like not going back. As I'm a nature...More
I never attended Sichuan University, but it was a nice place to have a simple stroll. It's peaceful and you can see a variety of locals and foreigners walking around. Sometimes some of the Chinese students will ask if they can have a chat with...More
I spent a joyful full year here - on campus. Some beautiful and some ugly buildings. A suggestion: Go around 7pm and visit the stadium. You will find hundreds or even thousands of people running, walking, dancing, chatting ... join in. Take a taxi, or...More
Is there any international students who live in China? (4 Replies)
I'm a student from Russia, just got the scholarship admission letter from an agent in China, called Commonapp.cn. I was enrolled in Sichuan university in international business management. I know Sichuan is not a big city, it seems to locate in the southwest China. Is this a good city for study and travel? How convenient from Sichuan to Shanghai and Beijing? May I have your sharing about it?
July 21, 2017|
I think you are confused about geography, please consult a map. Sichuan is a large province, not a city. Sichuan University is in the city of Chengdu, a city I particularly like because the locals are great, the food is great, and there is lots to do in the city (if you're living there) and also the surrounding areas for weekend trips, etc. especially if you like to do outdoor things like hiking, old town exploration, etc. Sichuan University campus is very pleasant and green. Chengdu...More
Need help planning Chengdu / China trip (4 Replies)
I would love some advice in planning my trip. My husband will be in China on business for 3 weeks beginning May 14 at Sichuan University in Chengdu. I’d like to accompany him for perhaps 10 days prior to the start of his business at the university and am wondering what type of itinerary I should plan for. I believe our flight (from Arizona) would stop in Hong Kong before going on to Chengdu (though I haven't booked it yet) so I thought perhaps we could start our tour there before heading to...More
March 12, 2007|
Hai Amz, If you think this may be you only trip to China, Asia, and you are interested in our Chinese culture and food, so go by this way, Hongkong - Shanghai - Beijing - Xi'an - Chengdu - (If possible try to take the yangtze River Cruises ). From these cities were the capitals of in our history, with deep culture and different cities the crusin is different. If you want to go to Tibet, better to make a trip at least for 1 week.