It wouldn't bother me (being a white belt again). People get too focused on results and belts. It's more important to focus on learning and doing something you enjoy, something you are passionate about. People go mountain climbing and and cycling without the need to get belts. They just enjoy it.

Additionally, you won't know if you enjoy Wushu until you try it.

I spoke to a BJJ black belt once, took him 9 years to get his black belt. He said he never worried about belts because he loved his training so much and he trained almost everyday.

If you find something you love doing, what belt you are won't matter. If you are just training to collect belts, you will find it hard to stay motivated during training IMO.
"Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food" Hippocrates.