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Hi my name is Marco and I'm a first year in uni. I'm Chinese Korean just moved into London, everything's been such a culture shock living here, and I've just been feeling lonely.
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Marco consider joining the Chinese or Korean society at your uni to make that cultural connection
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Hi my name is Marco and I'm a first year in uni. I'm Chinese Korean just moved into London, everything's been such a culture shock living here, and I've just been feeling lonely.
Aw hey Marco!!! welcome to London and i truly understand the city is large and the culture must be so different but maybe try join many society's and clubs so you can make friends in? also what course and what uni do you study in ?
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Hi I'm doing BA Film and television in UAL but yeah I think I will try to join clubs and societies. Thanks for your response.
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Hi my name is Marco and I'm a first year in uni. I'm Chinese Korean just moved into London, everything's been such a culture shock living here, and I've just been feeling lonely.
Hey Marco,

I just wanted to check in and see how you were feeling?

Have you thought about joining any clubs or societies? They are a great way to meet new people, and also be around people with similar interests to you, making conversation that much easier. You could even look into becoming a student ambassador, volunteering or finding part-time jobs on campus - all fab ways of meeting new people!

Does your course have a group chat, or can you try start a conversation in your lecturers with a course mate? I know it can be a very daunting thing, but I'm sure you will find your feet soon and make some fantastic friends

I wish you all the best with your university experience!

Becky
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