I felt so much better after my rest and I was ready to explore. Early in the morning, we head down to the Boston public library which apparently is the top 15 in the nation. It indeed was very beautiful and looked historic. The whole library was filled with books and on one of the floors, it even had a water fountain somewhere. Then, we went over to Chinatown and was given a tour by two young tour guides, Nancy and Jenny who was part of a program called A-VOYCE. It was nice to see a tour guide at our age giving back to the community and sharing their voice of what Chinatown is. I also was able to see a reflection of myself since I am a youth tour guide too. I was reminded of when I first done tours and my nervousness as a bunch of adults came to listen to me. After the tour, we went over to their office and was able to talk to everyone about our works and programs. It was fun to see that they were working on similar projects like us. By the time we left the office, everyone knew everyone’s names and we felt as though we knew them for a long time. I couldn’t believe that I can make friends across America.