Looking Ahead to My Microcampus Experience

I am curious about the things that will happen when tomorrow comes. What decisions, what paths, and what opportunities will I face when I am struggling to steer my life in the "correct" direction? 
How much will I learn and how different will I become? Each day is a tedious repetition, but I seek to find something unique and unprecedented within the ordinary. I have come to a conclusion that the only way I can find meaning in life is to enter the great and mighty world that is a little too overwhelming but still worth experiencing. 

There is so much going out there, but if I never make the bold and audacious choice of standing up and breaking the barriers of my own tiny world, I would never find out my true passions and interests. Microcampus is merely the start of this journey. Although I am anxious and uncertain about the decision I have made, I believe that this one month trip would bring so many different aspects to my current life. I'm not sure if I am ready to take on the challenge, but I am trying to have faith in myself. 

I am fourteen years old and this is my 10th year in China. I have stayed in Xizhou for 28 days to learn about the unique historical background and culture of the Bai minority. My goal by the end of the trip was to develop into a stronger, open-minded individual. This opportunity provided me with different insights about China. I am glad I made this trip a valuable learning experience!