Since you know that you're unhappy in CN, but at the same time, want some US/UK/Canadian credentials, have you given any of those distance bachelors programs some thought?Bao3niang wrote:What really turns me off is the happy go lucky attitude of many people in Canada / the US, pretending everything is positive and going well. "We live in a wonderful country! Yes we do have issues but we are still way ahead of the rest of the world!" Brainwashing.
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Beijing is a hellhole in terms of having a crappy dating scene and being workaholic / work oriented, but come on at least it is in a civilization and there are many places that I enjoy going to. It's so much easier to talk with people as well.
Seriously, when I was in college, some decade & half ago, none of those options were available (outside of London University). Today, there are several ways of getting a degree, while living and working in Asia. In Canada, I think even Waterloo Univ in Ontario, has such a program.