After the terrible event that took part in Christchurch, New Zealand, I have been getting messages from people from different parts of North America asking me questions about how safe it is to live in certain nations, particularly Taiwan. These messages are from people who are citizens in North America and who are thinking about moving abroad to pursue their aspirations. A few, and I’m not surprised, have admitted that they are hoping to do so because they feel uncertain about their security in their own home nation.
I found myself unable to articulate or formulate catch all phrases that would allow them to feel that living or at the very least traveling overseas can bring more of a positive experience. Of course, this can only happen if people allow themselves to integrate and accept part of the culture they’ll be living in.
To share and get some personal insight on what took place in Christchurch, I called up a friend from New Zealand who is living in Taiwan for an impromptu interview to get his insights on the event that took place in his home nation. This friend was gracious enough to talk to me without hesitation via his cell phone and I thank him very much for taking the time out of his day to chat with me.
I maintain resolute in my determination to prove that people have a lot more in common than they think.
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