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This is "student life" in our department!

In this page, we will show you the small essays written by foreign students (both of postgraduate students & research students) in our department.
You can see the "student life" in our department through the essays!

ここでは,当分野の留学生(大学院生,大学院研究生)による,手記をご紹介いたします.
当分野での留学生生活が垣間見れるものと思います.


Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter--- My Four Seasons Here (Zhao Qian, 2019.10.24)

The sky is blue, pitch blue. The blue sky brings me the new life here, in this department. I receive a warm welcome and get to know all of the kind and excellent mentors and colleagues. Exactly like in spring, the weather becomes warm, trees turn green, flowers show their buds, I open the first page of my study life here, packed with loads of hope.

The bright sun takes over the absolute authority of the sky, loudly declaring it is summer. After a heavy rain that scours Tokyo for a whole night, fresh earth gives off its refreshing fragrance. But mixing with this aroma from nature, I smell my sweat odour, because I have spent a few months thinking of the theme for PHD research. Although it is tough, I see blossoms on the road, in the tree, here and there, with their colours reflecting in my eyes, sparkling in my heart.

Prosthodontic conference in Sapporo (international students)

Leaves take off green and put on their golden coat. Autumn decorates the campus with a massive scarlet carpet. This is the season I enjoy the best, not only attribute to the comfortable temperature and amazing views, but also because I make progresses in study and engage in conferences and activities. It is gorgeous but short, however, worth expecting.

When chill pierces my skin, deeper and deeper, all the way into my bone, I realize it is winter. Tokyo is bleached out of the red colour of autumn, petals perish. Snow is rare here, but this winter, I see it. I hate winter, it is tremendously freezing, I doubt if I could survive it, I confront the greatest dilemma in study. While I feel wavered and confused, a snowflake dances in the air, into my hand, and then melts. I raise my head and notice even on the coldest days of winter, the sky is blue, the sun is shining. My mentors, seniors and colleagues are those who support me to push through all the pains to become the best person that I can be.

Life is a journey, full of good things and obstacles. I believe eventually, I will pick the sweetest fruit, from the tree that stands at the destination.