How would you go about finding another dojo, if it were necessary? As a young person, though with some experience now
it will not be the art, but the school & its teacher(s) that will speak to you... Good art, bad teacher.... great teacher, so-so school... you need a match for YOU
Good teacher, right place, right price...
There are many interesting books which will give you the flavor of small parts of different arts:
Jane Hallender's "Complete Guide to Kung-Fu Fighting Styles"(Unique Publications) will likely be a perfect fit to start at least.
Robert Smith: "Chinese Boxing: Masters & Methods"; 1st person stories of modern Chinese Masters & arts.
David Chow & Spengler "Kung Fu: History, Methods & Techniques. General overview.
Donn Draeger & Robert Smith: "Comprehensive Asian Fighting Arts". (Kodansha Pub.) A tiny bit dryer than some but two of the original western bone-fide experts.
All of which are readily available used... there are other authors whom I could recommend Adam Hsu for example
Familiar with any of these names?