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“When I first came to London, I tried to ask Chinese for help in Chinese language. But soon I found I should not hide myself in Chinese environment otherwise it would be disaster.
“I grew up in a small town where my family was (and as far as I know still is) the only Muslim family. There were times at school where you could say I felt like a fish out of water, meaning I knew I was different than my classmates, but I was never discriminated against by any of them and they were all kind people. 444 more words
“I was born and grew up in Hong Kong, so Hong Kong has always been my home. When I was 15, my parents decided it would better me and improve my English if I study in Canada and explore different things.So I went to a small high school in a village near Vancouver, BC. 493 more words
“I remember during the O-week, everyone was so exited to make new friends at first. But It didn’t take long for me to discovered that domestic students can easily had a conversation with others, while international students were always felt being left out somehow. 557 more words