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Study abroad can be one of the most beneficial experiences for a student. Here I mentioned some of the points why someone needs abroad studies.
1. Take in a New Culture
2. Education
3. Hone Your Language Skills
4. Career Opportunities
5. See the World
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Globalists do not believe in American exceptionalism. And they are working toward a world government. They think people are "citizens of the world," so as such, they should know about and respect other cultures and ways of life. I personally think that "cultures" belong ONLY in test tubes in laboratories, and NOWHERE ELSE!

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“Where are you studying abroad?”
“Cyprus.”
“What? Why?”
I have this conversation approximately three times a week about my impending semester abroad.
Usually, I just tell people that Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants inspired me to go to Greece, and Cyprus was a slightly more affordable close option. (Which is partially true. How could you not want to be Alexis Bledel, riding her bicycle around open markets wearing billowy dresses and falling in?)
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I explained this all to my very skeptical “but why aren’t you going to China? isn’t Cyprus a third world country?” dad in a four-page e-mail. He responded:

My lovely daughter, I am so happy to see you have an independent thinking couple with a reasonable thinking logic. Go ahead to apply for this program as you planned!
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