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兵庫医科大学への交換留学

My Journey in Hyogo College of Medicine

● 黄佳琦 (汕頭大学医学院)

0n 14th July, 2013. I arrived at Kansai International airport in Japan. I was very exciteding because this was my first time to be in abroad. Since that I had a great time for 28 days in Hyogo College of Medicine

About life

1)GUEST HOUSE
It is a very beautiful and comfortable house for me. The house is like a villa with two floors. There are television, air-condition, refrigerator, washing-machine and others which we need in our daily life. Each of us has a room. My room is さくら.


2)TRIP ON WEEKENDS
NARA
This was the first time I saw so many deers walking on the road. They aren’t afraid of people and can stay with human beings peacefully.


KYOTO
Some Japanese students from Hyogo College of Medicine took us to travel the most famous spot in Kyoto: Kiyomizu Temple. I also saw someone dressed as a Geisha and took pictures with three girls who were wearing traditional clothes.


vicky08.jpgHIMEJI
Himeji, the world heritage, is the place that I love the most. The buildings’ style is with Japanese features. The castle of Himeji is very beautiful although it is repaired. I also watched many Japanese traditional shows.


ABOUT STUDY

Two weeks in Microbiology laboratory (7.16-7.26)
In this department, I learned much basic knowledge about microbiology. I also followed the teacher to do experiments. I learned some skills how to inject the mouse, got the spleen out of its body, grinded the spleen and added some reagents. My experiment was to use Listeria to induce the immune response. Analyzing what kind of cells would be produced and cytokines that the cells secret. I tried many experiments steps I haven’t tried before.


Two weeks in Hepato-Biliary-Pancreatic Surgery department (7.29-8.09)
In this department, I took part in some surgeries like 3D Laparoscopic cholecystectomy, pancreto-duodenectomy, leaned some skills like suture knot and laparoscopic-surgery. And many doctors gave lectures to me about hepato-biliary-pancreas surgery. I saw advanced operation by using robot da Vinici. During this time, I studied many medical English words. It was a very amazing experience and it will be an unforgettable memory in my whole life.


I have seen and my thoughts
  1. 1. There is seldom rubbish on the road although there are no ashbins. Public facilities are protected very well and clean. It reflects Japanese high diathesis.
  2. 2. People are very polite no matter the doctors in the hospital or the attendants in the supermarkets and restaurants. When crossing the road, the drivers will stop to let people pass by first.
  3. 3. People abide by the rules consciously. People almost walk left and seldom jump the queen .When I went to watch fireworks in Osaka, there were a lot of people without chaos.
  4. 4. It is a very safe country that you don’t need to worry about your purse, bike or mobile-phone may be stolen by someone. It means Japan is a rich country and the social security system is complete.
  5. 5. People are very passionate about their work. This spirit is very worthy for us to learn.
My thanks

Thanks President Nakanishi to make this exchanged program work so I could go for study in Japan. And thanks for his gift for me. I really love the yukata. Thanks professor Hada to treat us meals twice. Thanks Risa to prepare such a comfortable house for us, helped me to solve the problems I met, and gave advices for our travels. Thanks Professor Tsutsui and Teacher Uchiyama in the department of microbiology to teach knowledge about microbiology for me and lead me to do experiments. Thanks Professor Fujimoto and all the doctors in the Hepato-Biliary-Pancreatic Surgery department to teach me a lot, let me join the operations and treat me very kindly and friendly. Thanks Dr. Okada for holding parties for us. I really enjoyed the study and the life in Japan.


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