Sofiane

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Hi everyone,

My name is Sofiane, from Lyon in France ; and I just arrived in Hangzhou. I will study at the School of Management of ZheJiang University (Zi Jing Gang Campus) for the last year of my MA program.

I have already been in China in 2013-2014, for the last year of my BA, at Xiamen University (which was a amazing experience).

I am sure living in Hangzhou is more than worthy, and I am really excited to start from scratch again in a new city in China.

By the way, if you have any advice concerning flat rental areas (considering that I will study at Zijingang campus), I am open !!

 

Good luck to every new guys in HZ.

 

See you !

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HI,Sofiane.Welcome to Hangzhou.I lived in Hangzhou for 5years,I finished my school life last year.I can show you around in Hangzhou,cuz I live on WenYi Xi road which is near your Zijinggang Campus.If you are interested,[please reply here, or send me private message for contact information].

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