TomHill wrote:Can you dance? http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A926345
MadeInNewZealand wrote:Will getting married here in New Zealand rather than in Taiwan affect my chances of getting an ARC ?
MadeInNewZealand wrote:So, to even be considered for a job in Taiwan I will need a degree of some sort ?
I find it a little weird that here in New Zealand I am a wealthy and successful 29 year old with 11 years experience in my industry, but in Taiwan I may not be able to work without a degree!
Gao Bohan wrote:....so your 3 year old can learn how to curse in Taiwanese.
How about this.
Stay in New Zealand and continue your life. Be successful and continue to increase your wealth and happiness there.
Send your children, and your wife, to visit their relations in Taiwan. Visit yourself as time allows and learn about the heritage your wife and children have.
But stay in NZ for your job and eventual familial happiness.
No matter what you read on here, You life will never reach the same level of happiness, success ad financial reward as you portray in your original, and subsequent, posts.
You owe it to your family, your wife and tourself to do what is best for them.
If you've got it rockin' there in KiwiLand...Stay there and keep it going.
Taiwan is such a completely different subset that it isn't fair to the children to force them to adapt to what passes for life here if they have the option to stay there in NZ.
Let them come here to visit, learn from their relation here, let the Wife share what she has to offer...but as for life and living...Stay in New Zealand.
Once they reach the age of maturity, what ever that is in NZ, let them decide then if they want to come and live on the island of Taiwan and face what passes for civilization here.
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