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What's the most memorable experience you've had in China, or related to China? Unforgettable experiences in China are manyWithin a year, she moved to the city with her husband, Park Nam-gyu, and her sonsThe latest example was a 2016 donation of 20,000 yuan ($3,000) to four high school graduates in Hefei's Feidong county who had been enrolled at universities but were about to give up for lack of moneyI hope it can play a more important role in world peace in the futureThe couple found employment quickly at Hefei University and began teaching Korean the next yearThe university was the first in the province to have such a courseTravelers had to change flights in Shanghai or Nanjing, Jiangsu provinceI don't believe the Western countries' political practices could work in China, though many of them are considered successful by the Westerners themselvesOne of the results is that the Chinese people are more confident than ever about their country's developmentAfter about a year in Hefei, Park took a job in the United States and tried to persuade Cho to give up HefeiBefore coming to China as an adult, she worked at Soon Chun Hyang University as a teacherPresident Xi puts a lot of emphasis on environmental protectionImpressed by how the history teacher had influenced her son, Cho has encouraged Chinese students to go to South Korea"When the eldest of my two sons was in the third year of middle school, his history teacher, who had some experience in China, suggested the students go to live there and have a close look at the old country," Cho saidLetting them work here can make better use of their contribution, and also working in a country can give the foreigners more opportunities to develop a more profound understanding of the countryIn the urban area of Hefei, there is a hill called Dashu HillWhat's the biggest challenge China faces, and how do you think the country should go about overcoming it? The biggest challenge could come from the changes"Nowadays all the primary schools in my country have made Chinese-language courses available to students," said Cho, who was believed by some local media to have given the strongest push to the achievementEditor's Note: The Communist Party of China will hold its 19th National Congress on Oct 18And she was the first South Korean citizen to gain permanent residency in China in 2006"Now I often accompany Hefei officials to South Korea for business recruitment and students for educational exchanges," Cho saidIn recent years, I have received numerous awards from the Chinese governmentI believe that in the coming five years, the gap between coastal and inland regions will be narrowed"My husband and I came to China - to Hefei - to fulfill my elder son's dreamIn 2000, with Cho's help, the Banyang Elementary School - in which she had studied - began teaching ChineseCho's brothers and sisters also brought their children to Hefeicn  Cho Sung-hye talks with her students at Hefei University in Anhui provinceA remarkable South Korean teacher took up residence in Hefei, Anhui province, at the urging of her young son and never looked backWhat do you think China will be like in five years' time? How do you view China's longer-term future? Chinese people's incomes have increased significantly in recent years and they will become richer in the next five yearsHe has been trying his best to achieve what he has vowed to do

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