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Moving from one country to another is not as easy as it seems When Ifirst arrived in Canada it was a great experience exploring a new andunexpected environmentAs I was new to the country I faced many differences getting alongwith people This was because of some common reasons like I had a hardtime speaking proper english I wasnt very into fashion the way peopleacted was very different from what I had seen in India I was a veryselfish and cruel person in India but as i came to Canada I started tobe a very quiet and responsivle person As days passed I even madefriends that were like me and new to the place Some had experiencedthis before and helped me sort out things with others I even noticedthat the people in this country were not the same Some were blackwhite brown chinese etc It felt good realizing that I wasnt theonly one that was like this There were others and everyone wasdifferent When I started interacting more i was thrilled how the otherkids helped me with things such as correcting me when I said somethingwrong helping me out with projects homework and other class activitesthat were new to me I found the country very open minded andmulti-cultured Everyone was treated equally with equal respect Thiswas something that made me feel better at interacting and making goodfriends All the teamwork and friendship changed me from being aselffish and cruel person to a nice and caring person Days passed everything was going pretty good at school but anotherthing that bothered me was my family Our family was very poor at thetime we were new My parents coudnt make enough money for a living Ina month or so my mom started working in a nut factory She did alot ofhard work packing nuts all night She made alot of new friends at workthat helped us in the future We got to know about the laws and rules ofthe
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