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The new life

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The New Life I believe that most of the people from other countries came to the United States to have the better quality of life. For me, I had no choice but to follow my parents step to come to the United States during young age, not knowing what was going on. I was 11 years old when I came to the United States. Walking throughout in the aisle of the airplane made my heart raised faster than was usual. I didn't want to come to the US, leaving everything behind such as, friends, families, and my sweet home but once again I didn't have any rights to hold myself back in Korea. ...read more.

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I guess that made my parents decide to move to the US. My life in the US was different, I didn't have friends, couldn't speak the language, and I was all left alone. I realized how greedy little kid I was in Korea and I discovered this when I went through the loneliness times. American schools were easy for me and it was a perfect place for me to start all over. Teachers liked me because I did everything that they asked me to do, or at least did the stuff that they least required for students to do. One day I realized that, God was giving me an opportunity. ...read more.

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I want my generations to get good education supports and comfortable lives so that they can pass it on to their generations as well. Now that I am currently attending at Pasadena City College as a full time student, I am going to give my best shots in every subjects and head for all A's. After getting my requirement credits here in PCC, I am planning to transfer to the University of Southern California College to productively attain my degree for business for my career. I am very thankful to my parents because they have brought me here. I am also very thankful once again because if I or my parents couldn't decide to come to the US, I wouldn't have the chance to experience more opportunities that are open in the US and challenge others as I grow under the educational system in America. ...read more.

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