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Can people be kind to people from other races?

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1. Posted by Unfood (First Time Poster 1 posts) 7y

Hi, I'm a highschool kid in Japan, and have lived in a few countries in Europe such as Vienna and Serbia (don't know if Serbia is classified as Europe but wtv). After I returned to Japan in 2007, I couldn't get used to the way people thought. I Just loved the European way, and wished that I would love to live in somewhere in Europe when I grow up. The most favorable place was England (since I speak english ) But the problem is that I, since I'm an Asian, can't easily get a job there or dissolve into the community. Or that's what I think. Maybe I'm a bit pessimistic, but if there's someone who can tell me more on this, please reply.

2. Posted by eroltoksoy (Full Member 173 posts) 7y

Quoting Unfood

Hi, I'm a highschool kid in Japan, and have lived in a few countries in Europe such as Vienna and Serbia (don't know if Serbia is classified as Europe but wtv). After I returned to Japan in 2007, I couldn't get used to the way people thought. I Just loved the European way, and wished that I would love to live in somewhere in Europe when I grow up. The most favorable place was England (since I speak english ) But the problem is that I, since I'm an Asian, can't easily get a job there or dissolve into the community. Or that's what I think. Maybe I'm a bit pessimistic, but if there's someone who can tell me more on this, please reply.

dont forget that europe is the place where racism is born. but things change rapidly. France is one of the best places that diffrent races are wellcommed by the society.Germany, Holland and England are good palces to take your chance also.

3. Posted by HafJafMark (Respected Member 291 posts) 7y

Id be suprised if you couldnt get a job in England because of your race. As long as your English is good you should be fine. We have VERY strict laws on employment discrimination here, and they are ruthlesslesy enforced.

Youd be fine, theres loads of immigrants from all over the world working in England (and most other parts of Europe)

4. Posted by Alena22 (First Time Poster 1 posts) 7y

people always feel culture shock when move from one place to another, even if you move within the same country. The difference is that some people can adjust, the others can't. The matter is how you feel about it. If you want to go to Europe, don't make up problems for yourself/ just do what you want;)