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About my study in Hyogo College of Medicine

● 何 卓喬さん(汕頭大学)

saita01.jpg I am very pleased to be an intern in Hyogo College of Medicine. In both of my departments——Molecular pathology and Pediatrics, people there are all very kind and patient to me. In the department of Molecular pathology, Professor Tsujimura focuses on mesothelioma, and he showed me the basic and key knowledge of Molecular pathology and his region on the first day I met him. And the schedule he has arranged for me including Tissue array, Cell culture, Flow cytometry, Western blot,Immunostaining and so on. I was able to do all the experiments I have mentioned above by myself, under the direction of different teachers. What’s more, every teacher has prepared adequately before teaching me. They made the English power points, printed the key points of the experiments and some thesis to me, and spared no effort to answer my questions during the experiments. If I couldn’t understand them, they wrote down what they said in different languages just to make sure I could get point. Besides what I have learned according to the schedule, they showed me other programs in this department and taught me how to do them as well. In fact, things I have experienced and learned here were more than what my schedule showed. On every Tuesday, I studied the diagnosis of pathology under the instruction of Professor Tsujimura and Professor Shimizsu. In this process, I had access to various kinds of specimen and diseases. Thanks to the expositive teaching of professors, which made me learn a lot.

Here are some results of my experiments

kanemoto02.jpgIn the department of pediatrics, similarly, doctors and nurses were friendly to me. Every day I followed different doctors to the outpatient department and met various kinds of patients. Because of my poor Japanese, doctors told me the general situation of every patient in English before engaging the patient. If some medical knowledge were new to me, they would teach me more detailed and patiently. At the same time, we shared some different knowledge of the same disease between Japan and China, such as the subtype, epidemiology, treatment and so on. We also talked about the medical system, work and rest system of doctors, wok content and so forth. I found them quite different between two countries, which promoted me to consider how to improve the doctor-patient relationship in China. This department is full of love and care. Doctors and nurses showed their great patience, sincerity and care to the little kid. And they would do some Treatment and Recovery Records with cute photos of the kids for the patients and their families. It seemed that doctors not only treated the disease that children got physically, but also cared their heart and spirit with smile and warmth. I really love the atmosphere in this department. By the way, the decorate of the department is quite lovely and warm, just like the kindergarten.

About my daily life

saita01.jpg Everything here is new to me. The first impression of Japan is the neat environment. Everywhere is very clean. And people show great enthusiasm and politeness to everyone. They are all kind and easy-going. On the weekend, we visited other cities .Sometimes we lost the way, and everyone we turned to for help is very accommodating .And in my opinion, Japanese are not only amicable but also dedicated. They work for a long time every day, but are still enthusiastic about their work and present the warm smile to everyone.

Another thing that impressed me much is the orderliness. Almost everything is in good order and everyone is well-regulated, which make Japan become an ordered society.
The cities we have visited including Nara, Kyoto and Osaka. Although they are modern cities, however, they remain traditional buildings and some craftsmanship, which make the cities more attractive and charming.

saita01.jpgEventually, I am really grateful to have this opportunity to be an intern here. I truly enjoyed the life here and studied a lot as well. Thanks for Professor Tsujimura, Professor Takeshima and all the members in their departments to take care of me during this period. They are all nice persons. And it is really toilsome for Ms. Torii to care us three in detail. Thank you a lot! And I wish I can visit Japan again in spring to see Sakura and go to Tokyo. It is a wonderful experience in my campus life, which opens my horizon and heart to the world, and promotes me to pursue higher level in my major.

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