African stu­dent stays in Wuhan for bril­liant food

Changjiang Weekly - - SOCIETY -

"There is too much de­li­cious food in Wuhan. So I am will­ing to stay here to taste it all." said Adoum Ab­doulaye Atche, an in­ter­na­tional stu­dent at Cen­tral China Nor­mal Uni­ver­sity.

"A lot of my Cha­dian class­mates have re­turned home for sum­mer va­ca­tion as Wuhan is much hot­ter than my home­town in Chad." How­ever, Atche, at­tracted by Wuhan's var­i­ous kinds of food, chose to stay and con­tin­ued to en­joy them.

In­ad­ver­tently, Atche found a store on the koubei app that pro­vides pre-order ser­vice. So he can se­lect food and ar­range a meal time be­fore vis­it­ing the restau­rant.

Atche rec­om­mended the store to his friends. He also made an il­lus­trated menu and hung it on the door of the dor­mi­tory to make it con­ve­nient for other in­ter­na­tional stu­dents to order their food. He said that he is ex­plor­ing nearby lunch and din­ner stores to help stu­dents en­joy more de­li­cious Chi­nese food while sav­ing time stand­ing in line.

Photo by Zhang Jun

Atche (left) in­tro­duces his il­lus­trated menu to his class­mates.

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