Wuxi is a window on China for Kelli.
Daria hoped that Wuxi Taihu International School would enable parents to be devoted to their work.
Kevin joked that they adopted a cat from a Chinese family, now it's a bilingual cat. "This is a kind of cultural exchange too."
"I'll continue to volunteer and work in Wuxi to be a part of US-China collaboration in the future."
Kawakami said that he would like to be a bridge for cultural exchanges between China and Japan.
"Once I arrived, I just planned to stay for a little bit to see a new place and learn new culture.I didn't expect that I would stay in Wuxi for years."
"The Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal is a must-see during my brother's and sister's visit in Wuxi."
Toshiyuki Teshima, a Japanese national born in 1956, came to Wuxi five years ago.