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My Thoughts After Living Abroad For A Year

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Around this time last year, two days before my 24th birthday, I boarded an airplane at Newark Liberty International Airport to fly all to the formosan island called Taiwan. While I had my reasons for taking the opportunity to move, I didn’t know what to expect out of this journey or if I would even like it. A learning experience is an understatement. Throughout this year, I’ve gotten a better understanding of how…

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Nicole Cooper

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Self-reflections, sports, travel, and social commentary that may come with a splash of contrarianism. Twitter & IG @_nicolecoop

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