From our perspective, China is undoubtedly one of the exotic landscapes with a completely different culture than what we are used to in Europe. For students, campuses are their own world with dormitories, restaurants, laundries and leisure facilities where they spend most of their student life. The Chinese hardly ever use cash. They use mobile phones to pay and pay using Chinese social networks such as QQ, WeChat or Ali Pay. The Internet and many of our services such as Google, Facebook, Instagram, Viber, WhatsApp, etc. are blocked. Their food is no different from breakfast, lunch to dinner, and is exclusively based on vegetables and meat (chicken claws and hot spices are popular). Hot-pots are widely used, where each guest in the restaurant cooks according to their choice of ingredients. A European could lack bread, chocolate or coffee. In ordinary shops, they do not have these commodities. Toilets are not equipped with conventional equipment and it is necessary to learn special techniques for their use. In China, air quality is poorer, however, the transport infrastructure is excellent. Technical conveniences in cars and in public can be seen everywhere. In cities, there are skyscrapers at every step.