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Xinjiang Medical University, Urumqi,China (clinical medicine)
Xinjiang Medical University, Urumqi,China (MD)
I am of Uyghur background (Uyghurs are Central Asian, Turkish people in Western China). I was a Physician (focusing on bone surgery and repair) in my hometown of Kashgar, in Xinjiang Province in western China. I completed medical school in Urumqi, China at Xinjiang Medical University in 2011. After conducting surgery at Kashgar No.1 hospital two years, I accepted a position at Hokkaido University, Japan, as a visiting scholar. Then I came to the USA to study for PhD. But before that I have to improve my English, so I am also a student now.
I studied Chinese since I was child. I went to Chinese middle school, high school, and University. I studied all my medical classes in Chinese. It made my Chinese better than my own language. And my mandarin is much better than most of the Chinese people, because many Chinese people have different accents. I speak and write perfect Mandarin.
I was a medical doctor when I was back home in China. And I like to help people, it is a character for doctors.
I believe that tutors should be more then tutor, but friends. I would be happy if I can be a help for someone who is studying Mandarin or anything else that I can help with.
Thank you. I am of Uyghur background (Uyghurs are Central Asian, Turkish people in Western China). I was a Physician (focusing on bone surgery and repair) in my hometown of Kashgar, in Xinjiang Province in western China. I completed medical school in Urumqi, China at Xinjiang Medical University in
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