My Ideal Country to Live In
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My Ideal Country to Live In

by Saki U.

I’ve never been to New Zealand, but I want to live in New Zealand in the future because of two reasons: its nature and acceptance of foreigners. Firstly, New Zealand has rich nature. New Zealand has been isolated from the continent for a long time, so a unique ecosystem was formed.

Although humans migrated there and destroyed the ecosystem, some part of it was protected and we can see the unique animals still now.

In addition, stockbreeding is one of the main industries in New Zealand. Surprisingly, it is said that the number of sheep is more than the number of people there, though I don’t know if it is true or not. Also, New Zealand is an island country like Japan, so Japanese people could have an attachment to New Zealand.

Secondly, New Zealand has an open mind to foreigners. There is the working holiday scheme between New Zealand and Japan. So, young people like me can go to New Zealand easily. Also, I have a good image of New Zealand people, like they are friendly and kind.

Because of those reasons, I want to live in New Zealand several months or years rather than just visit a few days. And I want to find more good points about New Zealand.

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Apr 16, 2013
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good story
by: TIAN DANYANG

I have ever dreamed about taking a journey of New Zealand because of its wide range and beautiful scenery.

Apr 16, 2013
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a dreaming place
by: Jing

I have never been there,but it is my dreaming place.I hope I can be there someday!

May 20, 2011
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New Zealand's nature and acceptance of foreigners
by: Gary Wolff

That's a nice story, Saki.

As I told our class Tuesday, I also hope to visit New Zealand someday. I already feel spiritually connected to New Zealand due to my dad's visit there in the mid-70's as a member of a western U.S. all-star softball team.

Thanks for sharing. I hope your dream comes true...

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