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There is no pretended life here. These eight kinds of people
Guide reading:Fourth: Do not like children This is definitely a paradise for children. Canada's public education level is the world's leading, with high quality teachers. The key point is that the educational philosophy here is not to let a child fall behind. Chil
Previously, an article entitled "Beijing has 20 million people pretending to live" painted a circle of friends. The golden sentence in the article "Beijing is Beijing of Beijing people after all... Those who succeeded in pursuing their dreams went abroad and hopelessly fled home, leaving more than 20 million people in the city, pretending to live "aroused the feelings of countless people.
 
Well, if Beijing people are pretending to live, then going abroad, we can say for sure that in Canada, it is totally unsuitable to pretend to live here, especially these eight kinds of people.
 
The first kind: not obeying the rules
As long as we follow the rules, life in Canada is very simple. There are not so many domestic routines.
 
Behind the rules is the rule of law. Recently, it has been exposed from time to time that Chinese people apply for immigration to study abroad to fake, speculate in houses, do business, evade taxes, drive luxury cars and drive fast drunk driving (drunk driving with false identity is fatal and Chinese students are sentenced to seven years in prison in Canada), as well as that tourists go to Banff Park in Canada and are warned that they are too close to black bears in order to take photos...
 
If you always want to get out of the way, you'll feel terrible in Canada.  Don't think that Canada is dumb. It's very credit-conscious here. It seems that it can take advantage of a break. Once caught lightly, it will leave a stain on the credit record, and the heavy will not be able to gain a foothold.
 
There is no pretended life here. These eight kinds of people are not suitable for immigrating to Canada!
 
The second kind: unwilling to commonplace
Life here is plain and light. Officials and ordinary people's houses are the same. It's easy to meet a mayor and councillor. If Trudeau is not handsome, nobody takes him seriously.
 
There is no pretended life here. These eight kinds of people are not suitable for immigrating to Canada!
 
If you want to make a big career and dream of becoming a great person, you will be disappointed here.
 
Compared with Beijing, Toronto's population is less than 3 million, and Canada's population is only 35 million. With so many consumers, where is the business going?
 
The political situation here is stable, the market economy is mature, and there are no opportunities for all kinds of windfall profits in the turbulent social environment. Migrants want to get out of the mountain. Perhaps they will have greater opportunities in politics. For example, the current Minister of Immigration is a generation of immigrants from Africa, who are young and promising.
 
There is no pretended life here. These eight kinds of people are not suitable for immigrating to Canada!
Federal Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen fled to Canada in 1993 as a Somali refugee
 
The third is that Boming School has gained prominence.
Here, the idea of equality is deeply rooted in people's hearts. Canadians do not believe that going to college is for the sake of becoming a person. Education is considered as a right that people should have in order to gain greater freedom. In fact, it is believed that education is a lifetime thing here, so many people work for a period of time and then go back to work, or some people retire and go to college.
 
Locals choose universities and majors mostly from their own interests and hobbies, and they are not persistent in famous universities, nor are they like Chinese parents who only focus on lawyers and doctors who earn more money and are stable.
 
Here, the children of the Governor and Prime Minister also attend public schools (related reports: the old man who takes his grandson out of school is actually the Governor of Canada). Some Chinese people are keen to send their children to private schools.
 
Fourth: Do not like children
This is definitely a paradise for children. Canada's public education level is the world's leading, with high quality teachers. The key point is that the educational philosophy here is not to let a child fall behind. Children with poor grades will receive more attention. Children of new immigrants can receive free language tutoring. There are also school rankings, but the Bureau of Education tends to rank backward schools in the allocation of educational resources.
 
Parents in China are afraid of losing their children to the starting line. Kindergartens begin to learn foreign languages. Here, Chinese children are bilingual or trilingual talents, pronouncing second to kill teachers in New Oriental.