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Dwyane Wade: “I’m still living in my dreams”

NBA shooting guard Dwyane Wade has ended his ten-day tour in China, a trip, he says, helped him experience Chinese culture.

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“I enjoy trying something different, the whole hotpot experience is cool, you kind of sitting there and create your own food, and have conversation with others about everything goes on and on, for me, my family and friends sitting around with hot pot, feel a bit of Chinese culture.”

The 33-year-old has played his entire NBA career in Miami, winning three league titles. After 12 seasons, Wade says he’s still going for it.

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“Today we live in a world that anything is possible, right now I’m still going strong in NBA, I love it, I enjoy playing the game. I’m still living in my dreams after 13 years later since I played NBA. I play one of the best leagues in the world but anything is always possible.”

In June, Wade spent a week taking a class at Harvard Business School. He says, he’s “never not thirsty” for knowledge.

SOUNDBITE(ENGLISH): DWYANE WADE, NBA star
“Even though you live in the moment, you prepare for the future. So going to Harvard business school for me is a opportunity to learn more business, which I’ m in. I’m part of the owner of a lot of companies. So I want to learn a lot of business and educate myself more.”

Wade accepted a 20 million-dollar, one-year deal earlier this month to stay with the Heat next season, ending his latest foray into free agency.

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