Share an experience through which you have gained respect for intellectual, social, or cultural differences. Comment on how your personal experiences and achievements would contribute to the diversity of the University of Michigan.
In the silent library of the College, while typing in Chinese on the computer, I found there was breathiness in back of me. It was a janitor who was staring at my computer screen. He didn't notice that I was looking at him. I was curious what indeed he is looking at. Due to my curiousness, I politely asked him a question."Excuse me, would you please tell you what you're looking at?" He found my existence when I asked him the question. And he merely answers, "Nothing. I just found that you mistyped a Chinese letter.
In the place where you can hardly find a Chinese, a native American pointed out the mistake in typing Chinese, which is my native language. I then had a great talk with the mystery American friend. He told me that he learned Chinese on his own. He had been fond of Chinese since he was young. I started to admire him gradually. There was an intense thought growing in my heart, "Where there is a will, there is a way."Afterwards, we often learn thing from each other. He taught me English while I taught him Chinese.
Although Chinese is actually not as important as English is. However, I have been beginning to teach simple Chinese to people who are really interested in that language since I met the native American. Therefore, hopefully, I will be able to meet that kind of people in University so that I can contribute in this subject.
any grammar mistakes or problems in there??if so, please tell me^^