Every Friday in Kaufman Hall, the Chinese language Kaufman Hall, the Chinese language club hosts Chinese language practice. It is an hour of students interacting with a Chinese language instructor/professor in Chinese. Students ask questions, tell stories, and learn about the designated instructor. This is my favorite aspect of learning Chinese at the university of Oklahoma. Speaking is a part of language classes, but I always want to practice my Chinese more than I usually would in class. This is also a great way to get know your instructors at the University. The Chinese program at OU is a relatively small one, and so making yourself a familiar face never hurts. The practice is open to all levels of Chinese learners, and even provides free food and drinks! It’s my favorite club on OU’s campus because of its challenging, intriguing, and rewarding nature.