If you have studied abroad or seen or been with an Asian student, you have one thing in your mind: study hard core!!
Well no offense, when talking about Asian student, I am talking about me myself.
For some reason, I hate it when people, professors others are generalizing Asian students, but now the more I analyze myself the more I feel like it is true.
Asians aim for good grades, hence studying painfully like life equals book.
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When I was in highschool I never realize how lazy I was. But really I didn't aim about my score at all. I skipped classes, went to the gym, went to watch movies, and yada yada yada *like my accounting professor*. But as I arrived in the states, I can see how serious studies can be and automatically I feel like I need to do great on college: tada ! here's the Asian student stereotypical -- STUDY PAINFULLY HARDCORE.
The point is, I really don't mean that every Asians are like that. I have so many Asian friends that dumped their studies and learned how to have fun like others. But in general, people like me is the typical Asian students that aim for the best grade, thinking about how my future should be.
Aware: life is not all about grade, it is about how you learn the meaning of your experiences, hardship, and learn to understand others.
By the way, presenting to you a video about part of my process in creating Office and the Olden garment:
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Catherine Au Jong