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Moving from one place to another is always an adventure. No amount of research can prepare you for the surprises you will find in the new place.
This is often the case with international students in the United States. Around major American holidays, international students often find themselves in uncharted waters, which they learn to navigate with time.
Come the fourth Thursday in November, many newly arrived students experience the U.S. holiday of Thanksgiving for the first time.
"My first Thanksgiving was in Montana. My experience of it was fascinating," said Richmond Danso of Ghana.
"The whole process of preparing the food, the merry making around it, and everything was just fascinating," he said.
Danso is a doctoral candidate in political science at Howard University in Washington, DC.
Other international students look at Thanksgiving as a chance to rest up.
Dan Shengquan of China, a master's degree candidate at New York University, told VOA his first memory of the holiday was having a few days off from school.
从一个地方搬到另一个地方总是一种冒险。再多的研究也无法为你在新的地方发现的各种惊喜做好准备。
在美国的留学生往往就是这样。在美国的主要假期里,留学生经常发现自己身处未知的水域,他们学会了随着时间的推移而前行。
11月的第四个星期四,许多新来的学生第一次体验美国的感恩节。
“我的第一个感恩节是在蒙大拿州度过的。”加纳的里士满・达索说:“我的经历引人入胜。”
他说:“准备食物的整个过程,周围环绕的欢乐气氛,所有的一切都让人着迷。”。
达索是华盛顿霍华德大学的政治学博士生。
其他留学生把感恩节看作是休息的机会。
丹圣泉(音译)一位中国留学生,现在是美国纽约大学的硕士研究生,他告诉美国之音,他对这个节日的第一个记忆是会放假几天。
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