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Don't say goodbye

graduated

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Finally, two years later, I graduated here, and the efforts of these two years have also paid off today, but this is also the time to say goodbye.
Two years ago, I came to Canada with excitement and tension. I don't know what challenges I will face, and I will gain something, but from the host family to the academic performance, it seems to be arranged, very smooth. So today I was able to graduate with a very high honor and am very happy to leave here.1CF9AD1521589692B87987C298C956C5.jpg
When it comes to parting, the most difficult part is to say goodbye to the parents of the host family. Over the past two years, I think I have become part of this family. They care and help each other like my family in Canada, so this The time of separation will be very difficult, because we don't know when we can meet again, so I cherish the last time with them, but time is fast, it is always fleeting, but fortunately we stay Give each other the best memories, these memories are priceless!CAAB3F8982369FC7C60E45D638AC527A.jpg
Parting is for a better reunion´╝üI love here, I love all you guys, I love Canada!
---Allan Xiao

Posted by NSISPFC 19:01 Archived in Canada Tagged #canada #nsispfc #nsisp

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