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You are particular. How many elementary school and high school in China can enjoy free band? And in China, teachers FORCE you to do whatever they think it's right for you. And the education is so dead.
In here, it's all about independent. They will help you along the way and YOU have to design your future yourself. Not like in China, the teacher and the parents force you to do whatever they think it's right. In here, every school has free sports teams, interest clubs, you can also join for free. Not like China, only upper class level school provide this sort of stuffs.
The most advantage is the education here is so alive and very close related to the real world, unlike china, it's so dead and so theoratical. For example, I'm only a first year university students, but I have already had over 16 months of working experience, with 8 months professional experience in my field which is Computer Science. In China, university students only study, travel, and play. That's why after graduate, we are so much ready to face the society than them, because we are experienced.
I like this sentense very much. A friend of mine (who's in Zhong Shan University Computer Science) told me in China. "Foreign university graduates are products. While Chinese graduates are semi-products." I hope you get what he meant.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞