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Everything was new for me As a foreign student who came from a different country everything was just strange and difficult So interested about studying in US but things werent as easy as I thought Giving up all those opportunity in Korea and facing a whole new world was just a shock for me When I was six years old I lived in Hong Kong for three years At that time Hong Kong was still under the control of British so I had to learn English rather than Hong Kong language And this helped me to adjust in US Language was not a problem but being in a whole new society with different thoughts and belief was hard to adjust People in US were all relaxed and never in a rush They all enjoyed their life and seemed having fun each they On the other hand country that Ive been raised was totally different People were always in a rush they never seemed to enjoy their lives It just seemed to me they were like robots Not all of the people but the general atmosphere was I was looking forward to this great experience that Im going to face First as a high school student I went to this private school Every single student was treated fairly and each of us had an opportunity actually to be a part of a school In Korea teacher is the main fact of the school and students were secondary facts But in US student rolled everything under control of the teachers Every one respected each of my opinion and every single performance I do This was just great for me Ive never had this kind of opportunity in my life I really was looking forward to a new life in US I had make friends and played sports and went to volunteer clubs with them And all these were not just a one part of my life but
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