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1 year, 5 months, and 11 days into living in the USA. Picture a South Indian kid with lots of stereotypically American dreams, such as travelling to places in the U.S., probably living the American dream. That was me almost a year and a half ago before I enrolled to SU while still in high school.

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In light of Chinese New Year, Shuhui (Yvonnex) Yang and Fengzhang (Marie) Wang, roommates and sophomores in Syracuse University from China, shared their culinary experiences with us. Like most college students, learning to cook brought them back to their family homes and was a first step to independence. Look through the photo series and captions to have a slice of their week and learn the subtle things they do to celebrate Chinese New Year.


Photos by Zhehan (Shawn) Tang ztang03@syr.edu

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