12月 14, 2020 8:29 下午 #2899
1.Don’t be afraid. To believe that everyone is the same, no friends do not mean anything, maybe no fate or personality and cognitive incompatibility. There will always be their own social circle.
2.Start with students at the same level as themselves. People of the same level may be less different from their own language, can explore new environments and help each other together, but also can see each other’s growth.
3.Socializing. Can attend the dance, volunteer activities, community activities, sports teams, dance teams, and extracurricular interest classes.
4.Sincere and friendly to people. As long as it is hard to make friends, the other side will certainly feel your love. Good friends should be honest and discuss the outlook on life, world outlook, and values.
5.Donot reject social media. Social media provides a good and convenient platform for us to make friends, but we also need to guard against bad people on social media.
6.Donot forget your original heart and motherland. Don’t insult your country to make friends, do something illegal or inappropriate for your age. The premise of making friends is to respect yourself.
6月 7, 2021 11:41 下午 #9720Yurihan参与者
Network abroad can be obtained in the following ways.
1. The existing social circle in China. Keep good relationship with friends studying abroad. These friends include college students or students in cram school and so on.
2. Actively join the Chinese community and take part in activities among Chinese abroad.
3. Integrate into local culture and develop local contacts.
6月 8, 2021 8:26 下午 #9829Stefan Shang参与者
1. Participate in Every Opportunity Your Program Abroad Provides
For those studying abroad on a formalized program, I can promise you making friends has never been easier, even with the most dissimilar people. Being plopped into a foreign land with a bunch of strangers truly has a way of bringing people together.
2. Take Initiative and Seek Out Social Events
Putting yourself out there is especially crucial for working professionals who spend their days at the workplace. If you’re an English teacher at an after-school tutoring school in China, for example, most social stimulation you’ll get at work is from children. Luckily, big cities like Beijing offer a diverse crowd and countless networking opportunities to get involved with and meet international friends.
6月 9, 2021 1:06 下午 #9896
My suggestion is to join a local community or platform. As long as people are in a group, they will consciously connect with different people. As long as you are not shy and brave to communicate with others at this time, then I believe that everyone will make a few friends. Of course, some social skills can help people achieve this goal more easily: