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The biggest mission now is to take good care of my children.
Friendly, honesty, careful, thoughtful, enjoy to share and accept new.
Simply life is the best.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Well, it's a long story...I heard a news in the radio that there was a girl who was very yong travel to europe lonely, and that's really beat me. so I began to find some interesting things about travel, look for a lot of traveling guid in the Internet and finally found CS.
I feel to be a little nervous before my first CS experience, about my English, how to meet, how to chat...everything. It was lucky to met my first guest Gabriel. He's also the first time using couchsurfing. We are both new...haha...So I came to pick him to my home, served him as a honorable guest. We go to the Temple of Haven together with my family, go to the local market buy food and cooked for him. I'm very exciting to doing all, looks my guest was the same feeling. Oh, I also invited him to my husband's work studio to look the real Chinese life looks like. There are full of happiness while I'm doing these things. Sometimes it's a kind of happy when you pay out. When the day Gabriel leave, I got up very earlier, prepare the fruits for him and ask my husband take him to the airport. It's a very perfect experience!
Snowboard is my favorite, travelling is my dream. I like swimming and badminton also. Recently I'm enjoy belly dance a lot.
Music, Movies, and Books
west popular music and everywhere local music,any kinds of movies and books.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Keep snowboard while 6 months pregnant.
Teach, Learn, Share
You can learn from all kinds of people, cause each one has their own character.
What I Can Share with Hosts
Culture exchange, what's the different between east and west, story about the hosts and surfers.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Nepal, Poland, Slovakia, Thailand
Countries I’ve Lived In