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sunnylin01 Post time: 2016-4-27 11:02
I know that parents are responsible for the consequences of these actions. However, the school shoul ...
God, I love it how the people in the west leave you alone. It's called freedom. The 50,000 dollars is tuition fees, it's not meant to be therapy fees. They do give support, but you need to be the one to approach them. No one's going to come after you asking how you're doing. It's the whole independence thing.
You go to school to gain knowledge, and if you get a good teacher, you might get some guidance on how to be a good person, but that's not part of the requirement. School counselors are there, but don't expect much from them. And if it was something serious, they would refer the student to professional therapists, which would cost extra money. I also don't believe in "therapy" by the way. Haven't you heard the saying, if the child doesn't learn love at home, it's going to be hard for them to learn it anywhere else.
So while it can be cold and lonely if you live alone in the west, but if you can't handle that kind of independence, don't go overseas in the first place, you know. Asians are warmer but also it can be a bit suffocating as well, if you're not used to that kind of dependence on each other.
By the way, I'm not just picking on the Mainland Chinese here. I know that the Taiwanese teachers also tend to the personal lives of their students. But it's a different culture, and you can't expect that from western teachers. I don't think western students would like that.