Entrance Essay - Eng101 David Chen Entrance Essay to UWs...

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Eng101 David Chen Entrance Essay to UW’s International Relations Two and a half years ago, a teenage boy stepped over the Taiwanese custom borderline. Left behind was his mother weeping for his departure; everywhere else, parents were squeezing hard on their beloved sons and daughters. Yet the boy was determined not to look back. He hurried to the only entrance, eager to rid himself off the emotions, and the past that clung on him. From now on, he stepped into a new chapter of his life. Maybe for some it seems overdramatic. But for me, and for a lot of international students like me, saying goodbyes to home and stepping into a whole new environment, is extremely rough. Yet, there’s no doubt that my decision to study here in the U.S. brings huge benefits to my knowledge, my maturity, and all other aspects of life. When I was little, my dad used to invite foreign guests to dinner when there was an International Conference. Dad had always seized this opportunity to practice me and my sister’s English, by urging us to converse with the guests. From then on, I
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