After class today, the majority of us went with Amy to dining center. It was my second meal from the dining center, and probably my favorite from there so far. The cafeteria was absolutely packed, so many of us were wondering around for a longtime just looking for a place to sit. As soon as two students left their two-seated table, Zach and I swooped in just in time in order to sit down and finally eat our meal. We both had the same thing and chatted a little while before we got up and decided to look for the other students.
I decided to try and look for my roommate, Ross, because we wanted to try and find some soap to do "sink-laundary" after we got back to our room. I looked for a little while and finally found him sitting next to two adults. I decided to sit with him and his new friends before we left the cafeteria. It turns out they were visiting the University in order to continue studying in their respective fields, English and Psychology. Both of them were both very friendly and very sociable, probably because Ross had already buttered them up. Apparently I walked right into a crash-course in Chinese. They had already caught Ross up on the basic terms for Chinese dining accessories. I only caught the tail end of it, but they let me practice on a few different terms. Overall it was a fun experience, and I'm glad I stuck around and waited for Ross.