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Wisconsin State Journal: Chinese students Work to Bridge Cultural Gap


Channel CTwo journalism students from China at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have created a You Tube channel to bridge the cultural gap and isolation experienced by many  Chinese  students, reports the Wisconsin State Journal.

 Channel C features videos of several skits followed by a discussion exploring many of the issues faced by Chinese students and the reaction of others who may not understand their culture. A video posted just last week had more than one thousand views.

“We’re not this alien ‘other’ group,” Cecilia Miao, one of the students said. “We should try to celebrate differences, not ignore it.”

Luke Povolny, a senior at the University of Wisconsin- Madison has appeared in some of those videos.

“I could imagine being in their shoes,” he said, “if I was in a different country and didn’t know the language as well.”

You can read more about Channel C and the issues facing Chinese students in the Wisconsin State Journal.

You can check out the latest video below.


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