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Where were you ten years ago? What if Australia came then?
Guide reading:If you breathe in Australian air, you can take a deep breath and nothing gets stuck in it. In Beijing, I wore a white dress and went home to wash it. It turned out to be black. You can't get black in white clothes for a week in Australia. That's th
Suddenly I found that I had been in Australia for twenty years.
 
I landed in Australia alone in November 1997 and had no idea that I would spend all my best childhood here.
 
At that time, I did not realize that I would spend the rest of my life here.
 
Sometimes I miss the very simple life in Australia 20 years ago.
 
Now it's a mess. Many international students suffer a lot. The tuition fee is at least 340,000 Australian dollars a year. They really can't come out without any money at home.
 
When I was in college, only 1 600 Australian dollars was spent on one subject. Now, more than 4,000 Australian dollars are spent on one subject for international students.
 
Where were you ten years ago? What if Australia came then?
 
Life in the past is really much worse than that in the present.
 
Asians used to be very few in Australia, but now they are all Asians everywhere. Asians go out and go home. The square is also contracted by the aunt. There is a place in Melbourne that specializes in dancing in the aunt square.
 
I don't like the colorful and varied life I used to live.
 
I've been going to nightclubs since high school. I've played all kinds of games. At that time, young people went to play pool all day and night, went out singing with their friends, and then went to the nightclub to play. After ten years of playing, they got tired of it.
 
Now I'm used to staying at home.
 
I don't think life is like this?
 
I went to Beijing, to the World Trade Organization. I love Beijing very much. Life there is really colorful.
 
But then again, at least I won't get lung cancer in Australia today. I will get lung cancer in Beijing. The haze is too serious.
 
In Beijing, you can't breathe without wearing a mask.
 
If you don't live in Australia for a month or a week and then go back, you'll feel like God, what are you breathing?
 
When you breathe in China, you feel something is stuck, the air is thick, and the things inside are very miscellaneous.
 
If you breathe in Australian air, you can take a deep breath and nothing gets stuck in it.
 
In Beijing, I wore a white dress and went home to wash it. It turned out to be black. You can't get black in white clothes for a week in Australia. That's the difference in the environment.
 
So such environmental factors make me choose to live in Australia.