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My experience at Hyogo College of Medicine

黎 蘭さん(第4学年次)

こんにちは, My name is Li Lan, a student in the fourth year of Shantou University Medical College. It’s my great honor to have four weeks of exchange student life in Hyogo College of Medicine from July 11th to August 5th.
It was my first time to go abroad as well as to take an airplane. I felt so excited when I flew through the sky and overlooked the blue sea. On our way to Hyogo College of Medicine, we couldn’t stop praising the beauty of Japan, with every construction well-designed, streets amazingly clean and transportation especially convenient with few traffic.
On the first day of our arrival, we were treated to a circle-sushi house by those warmhearted students from Hyogo College of Medicine, who also came to our school as exchange students last year. I have to thank them for such famous sushi and taking us around the hospital, the supermarket, and Mukogawa station.
Ms. Torii took us to meet President Noguchi, and then he led us to have a traditional Japanese lunch and considerately asked if we were looking forward to the life here and what we were doing in our departments. I have to thank Professor Noguchi for his kind and nice treatment.
On the first of my internship, Amy took me to the H.B.S department and Wave (my senior schoolmate who studies in this department) showed me around. I learned that there were special assistants to arrange conferences and operations, thus doctors could focus on their clinical work. I have to thank Amy for her time and patience.
When we were making rounds in the wards, Dr. Okada showed us ultrasound-guided internal jugular vein cannulation by himself. I was astonished to learn that doctors in Japan were capable of any kinds of clinical work needed for their routine work, which means, in my country, work of doctors and nurses as well as specialists. I also noticed that it was unusually quiet around the patient room and the beds were divided by curtains to protect their privacy. That’s what we lack in most hospitals in China.
Before every operation, Dr. Nishida and Dr. Hai always illustrated the whole picture of the operation for me. The first surgery I observed was Laparoscopic cholecystectomy, and I was much impressed by the well-organized operation system. There were three cameras for the operators, one for recording, still another for the interns to observe the operation. I want to thank being patient teaching and interesting talks.
During my clerkship at the Biochemistry department, Prof. Suzuki led us to fried series at the center of Osaka, and we had a very good time talking about Japan and Chinese culture. I want to thank Prof. Suzuki for his very nice welcome.
I also want to thank my teacher, Prof. Sakiyama, who taught me how to run western blotting and culture cells step by step. We also corporate to design the experiment together and deal with our results. He is very experienced at doing research and spoke fluent English. I have to thank Prof. Sakiyama again for his patient and excellent teaching which aroused my interests in Biochemistry.
On the third weekend, the students from Hyogo College of Medicine, Shuhei, Yuki, and Mao took us to Kyoto and Nara. We’ve seen many traditional temples as well as Japanese gardens and cute deers. It seems the best place to live!

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