|Emily Francis and her family hold her calligraphy work at home in Shijiazhuang on Nov 24, 2018. [Xinhua]|
In 2017, Emily Francis traveled with husband Guo Liaoda, a Chinese man, to live in Shijiazhuang, China's Hebei province. Now, the couple runs a education studio in the city.
Francis likes Chinese culture and is learning calligraphy, painting, and Guqin, a Chinese traditional music instrument with seven strings. Francis said living in China is cool and here she can better understand the country's culture and taste its food. She also has a family with full hearts and love, Francis added.
As China has implemented the reform and opening-up policy for 40 years, more and more foreigners are coming to China to work, study and live. The country is helping these foreigners realize their dreams.
|Francis and her husband's Chinese-style wedding photo [Xinhua]|
Francis plays Guqin at home. [Xinhua]
|Francis learns traditional Chinese-style traditional painting from her mother-in-law at home in Shijiazhuang. [Xinhua]|
(Source: China Daily)
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