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April weather is changeable.

rain 9 °C

In the blink of an eye, April of 2018 has already passed. As my teacher said, three to four months before graduation are the fastest time in the four years of high school, because with the arrival of the graduation ceremony, more and more preparations need to be completed by us, and there are also Preparations for the future, such as university applications, scholarship applications, etc.
After ushering in the last snow in the spring of Halifax, the spring of Canada slowly came. Although compared to the weather in the hometown, NS was mostly spent in April in cloudy weather, accompanied by light rain at night. The temperature is maintained between 8-15 degrees Celsius, so the temperature is very pleasant. Let's talk about what happened this month. As an international student in the NSISP program, we have organized activities every month to break the classmates. Our regular study and life will allow us to integrate into Canada more quickly. Therefore, April activities are more desirable to me. The international potluck is that each student makes a representative food from his hometown or country, and then all The classmates gathered together to share these foods. As me who loves to eat good food, this is nothing more than a very good opportunity, because many international students around me are able to make very delicious food, so I am very much looking forward to this time. Activity, of course, although I am not a professional chef, I also hope to share my food on behalf of my hometown, so With the unremitting efforts of my friends and I, we finally produced a more authentic Chinese dim-sum-- Custard Bun.
Unfortunately, when I think I haven’t photographed him yet, the custard bun I made is already gone, so everyone may not see what it looks like.
In terms of learning and living, we have obtained the mid-term report card for this semester and held a parent conference. Unfortunately, my parents have no way to participate, so for me, there is an extra day of vacation. The school’s life is still As usual, but the new knowledge is constantly being updated. We expect the arrival of the graduation ceremony and continue to explore my future direction!

Posted by NSISPFC 12:35 Archived in Canada Tagged #nsispfc #nsisp

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