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But sometimes I just can help feeling ... small in front of some westners. Don't get me wrong, I love my country and will undoubtedly fight for my dignity if necessary. It's just.... you know, in some cases, self-esteem is one story, being dwarfed is another... I work with a lot of foreigners day in and day out. Some of them graduated from some really prestigous university like Harvard, like Waton...which I don't even dare to dream about. And They don't look smarter than me. I mean, I was a good student, graduated from a "good" Chinese university (which looks a lot more humble in those westners eyes). I'm better than most of my peers. I often think, if I was born in USA, I probably have a good chance for those fancy colleges. Now I can only admire. |
And their life! Are millions times more fun than mine! They travel, to see the world, as they often put it. I remember once, an English friend told me he didn't realize that traveling around world is not a right granted to everyone in this world until very late. For most westners, it's really hard to imagine how many restrictions we face financially and politically.
And their attitude toward life! they never save, tthey party every night, they've had so many life-inriching relationships without wprrying about so many things that we have in mind every day. They can never understand why we Chinese worry so much. They live in their care-free world. I wish I could be born in a developed world!