Lifestyle differences between China and Australia

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1 Alan Gao AEP 2 Lifestyle differences between China and Australia Every country has its own culture. The lifestyle difference will cause culture shock. Overseas students can face a lot of problems when they study abroad because of these differences. There are three main lifestyle differences between China and Australia such as pace of life and diet. First, the pace of life in in China is faster than Australia. For example, Chinese high school students studying 12 hours a day and sometimes need add extra classes on weekends. Australia high school students can be over 4 pm. China has been building faster transportation, such as Fast Bus, high-speed train. Australia’s transport is generally slow. Just arrived in Australia, the Chinese students feel anxious when they wait for a bus. For this problem, Chinese students need to reasonable plan time
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