In Dominica it would take 20 minutes to walk around our entire airport." the accounting student says.Honore is part of a growing group of students from small nations on educational cross-governmental initiatives, that pay for everything from tuition fees and accommodation to help develop relations between the nations.
She is fond of the verdant environment and water in Qingdao and says that the level of development in some areas of China does remind her of Dominica.
During the Olympics, Honore worked as one of the few foreign volunteers helping tourists around the city and translating between Chinese and English.
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"There was a running joke where my colleagues would make me speak Chinese to people to surprise them," she says.
"Chinese people were scared that I couldn't speak Chinese.
It also lacks the natural resources, which makes African-Sino ties so appealing.
"China and Dominica are different on every level," the 23-year-old who grew up in Vieille Case in the north west of the island says.
When Alix Honore stepped off the plane in Beijing she was completely overwhelmed, not so much by the 20-hour flight, the transfer and stop off, or the idea that she, at 19, was about to embrace a culture and education system so different from her own, but more so by the size of the airport. Beijing International Airport's Terminal 3, like the Bird's Nest, was just a blue print and Athens rather than Beijing was still considered the Olympic city. It is an island that often lives in the shadow of its namesake, The Dominican Republic, so much so that "not to be confused with the Dominican Republic" reads high on its encyclopedic definition.