Affected by the coronavirus epidemic, we choose to meet each other online. In our fifth meeting, Natalia and I continued talking about 10 most common verbs in Chinese and discussed the difference of bank between China and Europe. The meeting was held online on the 5th of April.
After I explained the rest of common verbs in Chinese for Natalia, we began to discuss the similarities and difference between banks in various countries, especially in China and Europe. First of all, in China, as long as the money is deposited into the account, the bank will pay interest to the user, but in Europe, the bank does not have such treatment, on the contrary, the user will be charged a monthly or annual service fee. What is more, due to the popularity of mobile payment in China, people tend to store their money on third-party platforms such as Alipay. WeChat and other platforms get higher interest while gaining convenience, but there is no such platform in Europe.
To summarize, it is an amazing meeting and I had great fun teaching Natalia and learned a lot of funny information as well.