Research on the Effect of Campus Activity Construction on the Cross-Cultural Adaptation of International Medical Students in China
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Hang Dai, Qianguang Cheng, Chundi Zhang, Jingjing Guan, and Song Zhao
In recent years, with the rapid development of China's social economy, China's international influence has been on the rise, so the number of international students has been increasing year by year, especially the international medical students in China. They come from all over the world and have different cultural customs and faiths. Therefore, it is required to create a good environment for international students through rich campus activities to promote the integration of them into campus life. This paper mainly aims at the cross-cultural adaptation of international medical students in China and analyzes the effect and implementation strategy of campus activities construction in detail, hoping to provide some reference for the future work.
Campus activities, International students, Cross-cultural, Effect