When I was a university student, I 61 (attract) by the Chinese. So I got a job as a teacher in Wuhan three years ago. 62 (think) back, I realize it was the students I met in the first year and Chinese university life in general 63 gave me the deepest impression.
During my school days, I would rarely give up my spare time to any activity 64 (connect) with study. Unless exams were approaching, my weekends were devoted to having fun or perhaps a part-time job. My Chinese students, 65 the other hand, seemed to spend their entire waking hours studying. I understand that competition in Chinese universities is extremely fierce. Nonetheless , their energy and motivation put 66 (I) to shame.
My first year in China was also my first year as a teacher. It was both challenging 67 rewarding. One thing I know for certain is that my year in Wuhan changed me for the 68 (good). Thanks to the politeness and 69 (warm) of Chinese students, I overcame my fear of speaking in public and became more self-confident. Most 70 (important), I met dozens of nice people and made many excellent friends.
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