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In a question and answer session at Stanford Center at Peking University in Beijing, China, First Lady Michelle Obama said that sometimes one needs to do things she’s uncomfortable with. She made the comments in response to a question about studying abroad.
“For me, I prefer to — the relationship — the commerce relationship between — and the future. So in this program, I think I cannot only learn about the language, the American cultures, but also I can take some courses on this field. So in this way, I cannot promote myself on this field, but also, what is most important I think is to learn — to understand — to make a better understanding on the United States culture and people. And I think it’s really important for people, especially young generation, to have some time to go abroad, to live and study there so in this way they can build a deeper understanding with each other,” said a graduate student at Peking University.