Short description about yourself: The name is Chef. I like to travel and meeting new friends. I always appreciate the beauty of nature as well as greatness of cities. I enjoy doing any kind of activity involving music, except dancing, I'm terrible at dancing, and also movies. Thailand is my country, which I love and very proud of the diversity of our culture, the variety of our food, and the beauty of our smiles.
Short statement about WHU and your experiences at WHU: My exchange semester at WHU is my first time out of Asia, it’s life changing. I met lots of people from different countries and cultures. People in WHU, as well as Germany, have been really nice to me. I met some random people along the way of my journey in Europe, mostly in train stations, and it was very nice talking to them. Toward the end of the semester, I realized that I fell in love with this place and I am pretty sure that everybody that comes here feels the same. Vallendar is a very peaceful and quiet place, while not very far from major transportation hub, such as Frankfurt or Cologne, so travelling around Europe is pretty easy. For entertainment, every Tuesday, students gather at a local pub , Korova, but if you feel like dancing you can go to Koblenz, a city next to Vallendar. If you enjoy hiking, a hiking trail located at the north-eastern side of Vallendar, pack your lunch and enjoy walking. I spent most of my free time travelling, and the rest making friends. When spring comes, you can hang out with your friends by the Rhine, enjoy watching sunset. After a while, I felt really attached to this place. These 4 months at WHU are one of the most important experiences of my life. Any of you Thai students, or anyone really, want to know more about life in WHU, you can contact me. I’ll be very glad to share my experience with you.