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    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    I think we should finish here, right?
    Xixi. It's a too long post.
    Do you mean you think this thread (discussion) is plenty long enough?
    :)


    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    ]Ok, I would advertise your home page in China.
    We'll see together what would happen.
    Well, it's Red's site, of course. I might wind up asking for a raise in pay.
    :wink:

    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    :wink: If you were fed up, pls don't blame on me.
    Okay, I won't blame you if I get fed up with doing all this wonderful work.
    :wink:

    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    Sir, I can easily study abroad in Australia, because it doesn't have a strict permission for Chinese students. As for America, yep, it's just for the most talented people of China.
    Well, quite a few people have come here from both China and Japan. I can't say that I know much about the details about that. There are various reasons people want to come to this country. (You might know more about that than I do.) One of those reasons is that there are opportunities here that don't exist in other places. Another reason--for some people, at least--is freedom from oppression. Americans pretty much take their freedoms for granted. (But those freedoms were hard-won.)

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    Hm, America dream means students want to learn the most advanced knowledge in the USA, and meanwhile they can have a chance to get "Green Card". Few open-minded people wanna live in China.
    Well, this is still a country with a fairly liberal immigration policy (some say too liberal). There are also fairly sizable Chinese communities in many cities.

    I suppose there are quite a few people in China who do not agree with the government, but they mostly do not make waves. (They try to stay out of trouble.) Of course, I don't really know for sure. I do know about the crackdown on the demonstrators in Tianenmen Square in June 1989. Most of us in this country did, of course, approve of what the demonstrators were asking for.

    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    Sigh, do you know that education on the purpose of brain-washing you, that environment which is just for opressing or enslaving you? That's China.
    Here we get to listen to whoever we want to, especially after we leave school. I can't really know what it is like to be indoctrinated with the "party line" day after day after day. I do know that just 90 miles south of Florida (southern USA) there is a country where they put people in jail for disagreeing with the government.

    (Say: "for the purpose of")

    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    Sir, I will ask you a question in a new post. Please see that and reply me there.
    I'll see you there.

    :D

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    Sir, there is a trouble in chinese forum.
    Some forum administrators will delete advertising information posted in there.
    Hmm, I have to try somewhere else. Yesterday I posted your url on the biggest IELTS learing website of china. But I can't find my post there today. 55555.

    As for other issues you mentioned here, I will reply you there.

    I wish you can get a higher pay if I can help you.

    It's in return for your help for me in the past.

    You don't know how considerate you are to me.

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    I was only joking about asking for higher pay. All of us teachers are volunteers.

    :)

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