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Words Answering My Fellows

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Words Answering My Fellows
Summary: In China, it is common that young students believe one should be famous as young as possible. Thus, pop stars become their idols. And entrepreneurs and politicians are symbols of stupid because they get famous much older, and some are even stay unknown for whole life. Including my fellows, young people in China think the age one get well-known is the standard of one's talents. I'm standing against my friends for a long time on this question, and they think I should have used my talents to be famous many years before. And in this book, I want to explain my opinions of career.





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