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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Tuan Kiet Trinh, a biochemistry and pre-pharmacy sophomore from Vietnam stands inside the Integrated Sciences Building where he conducts daily research and visits with other international friends. International students have experienced added stress during the pandemic and have learned to adapt after sudden isolation.

International students adapt to isolation during the pandemic

Kelly Krabill Reporter February 24, 2021

Celebrating the Chinese New Year alone in his quiet apartment was not what international student Tuan Kiet Trinh had anticipated for his sophomore year at Kent State. Cooking traditional Vietnamese food...

Travelers at Wuhans Hankou railway station queue to leave the city before the citywide lockdown came into effect.

Wuhan virus spreads as China puts cities on lockdown and scraps New Year celebrations

(CNN) -- Authorities in China have enforced a partial lockdown in the central city of Wuhan, as well as nearby Huanggang and Ezhou, as authorities battle to contain a deadly coronavirus outbreak.<These...

Visitors walk past a passage of red lanterns during the annual temple fair at Badachu Park in Beijing on Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015. The temple fair kicked off on Thursday, the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year. (Li Jundong/Xinhua/Zuma Press/TNS)

KSU international students share importance behind the Chinese New Year

Taylor Meade February 23, 2015

For international students from China, being away from home may be difficult as the Chinese New Year started Feb. 19.International Admissions Counselor Le Kang said the Chinese New Year, also known as...

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