Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.
Fishville's Notes: In virtually every civilization, a dream for many parents to have is to witness our kids who grew up in our humble household to become a contributing member in the society. We have a few of these moments so far after our son graduated from college. Now we would like to share an example as he participated in a talk show on Ivy League colleges. This was part of his professional duties from his first job when he worked as an entry-level consultant for a San Francisco based college consulting company. He left there in the spring of this year to pursue his "real" career down the road. We have to confess that we were excited initially to watch this conversation on screen because it demonstrated a kid who usually running inside the house is not a child anymore. The general description on Ivy League's culture would be valuable for some of the high school students who may have a dream to go there. In that sense, we are deeply appreciated Michael, who is in the middle of his GRE preparation, to voluntarily make efforts to document the whole conversation into the written script containing both Chinese and English. It was for sure a tedious job for Michael to accomplish which we wish his efforts paid off. If there were typos or errors, it should be due to my proof reading.
M (Marian): 各位观众大家好，欢迎来到今天的《智胜看教育》节目，我是节目主持人Marian You——智胜教育的升学顾问. 今天来到我们节目当中的是我们智胜教育新加入智胜顾问团队的一位顾问，名叫Jason Wu。Hi, Jason!
J (Jason): Hi, Marian! Thanks for introducing me! My name is Jason. I graduated recently from Yale with a BA in English and I will be talking today about Ivy League schools.