If you can, walk around the...
If you can, walk around the University there for a bit. You're bound to make a friend or two who will guide you for the rest of your stay there.
Another pretty fun thing to do at some point during your time (if you're a girl) is to go in one of the bridal/makeover/costume shops and get your hair and makeup done for a photo shoot the way all the Chinese girls do - they had such a good time making Caitlin and I their dolls - I even think they did a fair job making me look Chinese!
"Huilan Pavilion on Trestle"
Qing dao is a city near to the the Sea. so the road as not flat as Beijing, there are ascent and downhill path. and not very wide. so in Qingdao, on foot is much quickly than by bike, and the city attract lots of foreigners, the Qingdao's girls' always get married with them. and on the road which near to the sea, you can see the local people wear the swimsuit because they homes are hereabout.
Build in 1891, that time it was a wooden bridge for navy's dock. Rebuild in 1931, whole use the granite, 440m long, 10 width. It is the sign of Qingdao. So that place has lots of people.
Near to the sea. Play classical music.