I have this plan to just pack my things and live in another country.
I've been wanting this for so long that it's killing me!
I love how fashionable the people at Milan, New York, Paris, London... the list goes on and on. The beautiful canal at Venice.
I love how crazy the party...
that I wasn't meant to stay where I was born. And last year, I went on a school trip to Italy and France, and that only made the feeling of 'not-belonging' worse.
Unfortunately, I am a person who lives far away in her own fantasies and dreams (which I don't find entirely bad...
live in, but a few that I'm interested in visiting are Ireland, UK, and New Zealand.
I hope to someday visit as many other countries as possible, and have the opportunity to live in one of them as well.
I want to migrate, throw my citizenship away and go live in a different country. But alas, I am only Asian and no other country would ever except me. I doubt my family would even support me ditching my heritage either. Oh well.
don't ask me why, it's like that, maybe because I think America has some of the most beautiful and breathtaking places in the world.
I'm committed to make my dream come true, but the problem is... I don't know where to start!
Back in 1990, i was just about 12 years old and every time i hear about United States, one thing that always crossed my mind is a beautiful country which has lots of natural resaurces. I like all the beaches there, very clean, the hills and the mountains especially in the winter...
for vacation. I had the opportunity to move there, but I didn't accept it at the time and now it's gone forever. I really love it there. I feel more accepted, like I belong. Probably because everyone has the same culture and beliefs and looks.
I would really love to live in Japan one day, it's my dream. I'v never been to Japan before but I have this connection to it. I love the music, fashion, food, culture, anime, everything. I feel like I'm meant to live there.
I am from Australia, and I have lived in Australia all my life. But I've visited Indonesia 10 times before, and my family has made heaps of family friends there, and I have made some personal friends (especially the last time I went recently, because I have been old enough to...