They are always smiling and saying hello to me. I like the feeling and I would like to try learn and live in this way.
I wanted to study in Canada, not only to experience a different lifestyle and learn English for my future work, but to make friends from different countries . Also, to open my eyes about what was important in my future life. As a result, I came to Winnipeg, Canada with excitement and started my life of studying abroad.
If you asked me what is your first impression for Winnipeg, I will tell you “cool”. There are two meanings. The first one is the “cool” weather. I think if I said the Winnipeg weather was so cold, nobody will object. The second one is “cool” city. When I arrived at the Winnipeg airport, it was brilliantly illuminated. I loved it immediately, because I reckoned it was a symbol of prosperity.
I love Winnipeg owing to it not being a hustle and bustle of a city. I enjoy slow life . Most mornings, I just eat my breakfast, listen to the music and look out of the window at the snow. I love Winnipeg because there are a lot of entertainment activities. I enjoy skiing as well as a hot spring in the winter. Also I revel in natural environments. I am always going to the park where I can watch plenty of geese basking in the sunshine. At the same time, I will take a cup of coffee in the spring. I can’t wait for the summer and fall in Winnipeg, I guess it must be beautiful and wonderful.
Moreover, Canadians are very friendly and warmhearted especially in Winnipeg. You can get it from their license plates- “friendly Manitoba.” Everyone shows their friendliness to me, such as my teachers at Heartland English School, my neighbor and even strangers I meet on the way. They are always smiling and saying hello to me. I like the feeling and I would like to try learn and live in this way.
I can be closer to nature and face life with a friendly attitude. So this is why I love Winnipeg and this is what I learned.