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The seventh edition of the Euroculture spotlight features Yining Chen Euroculture student and editor-in-chief of The Euroculturer. I am a student. Learning, doubting, and making the most of the student discounts hopefully is my profession. Hmm, is there anything not special about my Euroculture experience? Sorry I have to cut it here, otherwise it will extend to numerous pages and I will not be able to live forward. Sometimes I really wonder if there is any causality in terms of liking something.
I cannot recall the moment I liked Euroculture, but when I realized it, I have long been enjoying the discussion with people from diverse backgrounds and disciplines, the encounter and reunion in each semester, and many other trivial things and moments that Euroculture brought to me.
It is not very difficult to like Euroculture, but maybe a bit difficult to not like it too much. Trying very hard not to grow up as a bad person. Try harder not to be a bad person. Pursuing a PhD in gender studies at Utrecht University might help? The places usually lingering in my mind are the ones where I had irreproducible memories, for instance a shabby hostel on a beach in Nago, Okinawa where I encountered a Japanese woman who had been a nurse in Russia.
I can still see her bright forehead and determined eyes from that night when she was talking about her beliefs and ambitions. It was the first time I realized how people shine when talking about something they are really passionate about.
Society, Politics and Culture in a Global Context. What is your affiliation with Euroculture? I am currently doing my research track in University of Groningen. What is your current occupation? Where have you studied during Euroculture? Would you like to share something special about your Euroculture experience?