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Cultural communication exchange: Rebecca Chen checks in from Ghana research trip

Jul 01, 2019

Ghana welcomed our team in many ways. From the sweetest fruit juices that we instantly incorporated into our daily diet to children running past screaming hello, our time here has written out many stories that range from hospital visits to being invited onto national television.

Life here moves at a slower pace. And simple tasks, such as getting wifi, can easily become the only agenda we have for the day. The people here are friendly. They’ll strike up a conversation and call out your name the next time you cross paths to invite you out for a meal.

Read the full story on the Moody College of Communications website.


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