Next semester: What’s going on?

Earlier this week, I had an interview with Dr. Liu about my application for a scholarship to continue my studies here in Taiwan. This mean that I have now done the three things I needed to do for next semester. First, I have applied for the scholarship. Second, I have applied for a university education here in Taiwan. Third, I have applied for courses in Sweden as a backup (I have decided to chose Swedish as my second language for my teachers’ education). Please refer to this post for more information about my future plans here in Taiwan.

So, what happens now? Nothing in particular, at least for a while. I will be able to focus solely on my studying for a few weeks, but I hope that the decisions for next semester will be taken as soon as possible, because it’s a bit frustrating not to know if I have to go back to Sweden or if I can stay here to pursue my Chinese studies. However, having submitted all documents and done everything I can, I feel more relaxed. A long time ago, I wrote an article about burdening the mind and the applications for next year certainly count as fairly heavy in this regard. No matter what happens from now on, though, I have done my best and now it’s up to others to decide if it’s good enough.