Taking part in the Sakura Science Plan is my first time to go abroad. Visits to medical universities and medical device companies in Japan have made the greatest impact on my understanding of human care. There are too many patients and too few doctors in China. Doctors work too much. They focus more on the treatment and do not have the extra energy to take care of the patients' hearts. The process of treating patients is very programmatic. In the time of participating in Sakura Science Plan, I saw that the Japanese doctors' attitude toward patients is totally different. Caring for patients in all aspects, is worth learning for our Chinese doctors. I'm a doctor now, and I'm busy with my work every day, but I'm still willing to learn from Japanese doctors, to build a good relationship with patients within my capabilities, and to care more.
I am very happy to learn and live in Japan. Japanese teachers and students are very enthusiastic to introduce me to all aspects of Japan, but also willing to share their knowledge. Because my Japanese is not very good, there are always some difficulties in communication, but the teachers and students are very patient, tireless to explain to me. Japan's life is also very convenient, wherever it is, you can buy the things you need. The city scenery is also very beautiful.
1.Take your notebook and take notes, write down everything you learned in Japan.
2.Take pictures more. This period of time in Japan will be a very nice memory.
3.To learn Japanese well, excellent Japanese skills will make your life and study in Japan much easier.