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代写文章:英国的台湾移民案例分析

如今,大多数来英国的移民来自台湾和中国大陆,而且这种移民趋势似乎每年都在增加。这一增长尤其因为来自台湾的赴英留学的学生人数有所增加。

假设人们将只在一个地方生活是错误的,因为基于他们祖国的国家和文化规范,因为今天人们的家可能意味着不同的国家(凯恩斯2012)。本节将讨论三个台湾移民在英国的真实生活故事。这些故事将反映他们的个人经历,以及他们对这个新家的看法。没有提供这些学生的姓名,因为他们打算保持匿名。

故事一:作为一个17岁的台湾女孩,这个学生表示她的生活很艰难,无法忍受。这名女孩暗示,她在13岁时就被残忍地与生母分开,经常受到独裁者父亲的虐待(凯恩斯,2012)。

在用一种极其危险的方法设法到达英国后,她移居到了美国。K在18岁的时候。由于不会说英语,她最初几天的旅行经历是孤独的(魏丽,2011)。她一直觉得很累,不得不花几年时间找一份好工作,租了一套公寓。在英国度假期间,她遇到了她要嫁的人,并决定在孩子出生时留在英国。从那以后,她一直在工作,并提供税收,已经能够作为一名优秀的单身母亲抚养3个孩子。她承认来英国不是为了钱或利益,而是因为她可以感到安全和自由。她进一步描述了作为一个自由的英国公民从台湾获得的机会,她是多么感激生活(凯恩斯2012)。作为一个台湾人,她说,她想念她的祖国,但在英国的自由生活的限制,使这个国家成为她真正的家。尽管她在这两个国家都有自己的家,但她仍然选择了英国,因为英国高度发达的生活和自由赋予了她远离家乡的家园。

故事2:这种叙事体验解释了即使是最自由的社会,也是如何在个人和家庭中培养有限的思维(李炜,2011)。这个故事描述了一个23岁的台湾学生爱上一个英国人的经历。她为了成为一名律师而学习法律。她花了一大笔钱去攻读一个学位,但她从中得到的好处却少得可怜。她还觉得自己不受欢迎,觉得自己被判了罪,而且经常被强加于代价高昂的官僚阶层。然而,她说一口流利的英语,在利物浦大学的其他学生中,她一直是一个积极的参与者。作为一对夫妻,她可以为他们提供各种各样的可能性。她本可以在学业结束后申请工作签证,他们甚至可以登记恋爱关系。然而,她报告说,英国当局不仅认为婚姻是两个人生活在一起的唯一方式(尤其是当其中一人是移民时)。当局规定,丈夫的总收入必须达到18600英镑,才能承担与移民结婚的重担。她和她的男友在就业方面属于一个困难的毕业生市场,两人都失业了(凯恩斯2012)。需要的博士研究经费也达不到要求,这是她作为一个台湾移民的想法。她觉得如果有机会和他一起在台湾,她就不必面对这些问题,也不会把婚姻当作一种负担。她的学生签证将于8月到期,逾期逗留将损害她作为一对夫妇在英国合法同居的任何选择。


代写文章 :英国的台湾移民案例分析

Today, most of the migrants coming to England are from Taiwan and China and this migration trend seems to increase each year. The rise is especially because of an increase among students number that come from Taiwan to study within the universities of UK.
It is wrong to assume that people will be living their lives only in one place as per the nation and culture based norms of their homeland as home today for people can mean different nations (Cairns 2012). This section will discuss 3 real life stories of Taiwanese migrants in England. The stories will reflect their personal experience and what they think about this new home of theirs as compared to their homeland. The names of these students are not provided as they have been intended to be kept as anonymous.
Story 1: As a 17 year old from Taiwan, the student indicates that her life was hard and unbearable. The girl implied she was brutally separated from her home birth mother when she was only 13 years old and was often abused by her father who acted as a dictator (Cairns 2012).
After an extremely risky method to manage her way to England, she migrated to U.K at the age of 18. Without the ability to speak English, her travelling experiences in those initial days were lonely (Wei Li, 2011). She felt all along and had to spend several years to look for a good work and her rented flat. During her holidays England, she met the person she would marry and decided to stay in England when the baby was born. Since then she has been working and providing tax payments and has been able to raise 3 children as a good single mother. She accepts that coming to England was not for money or advantages but only because she could be safe and feel freedom. She further depicts how grateful for life she is to the opportunities that she has gained as a free citizen of England from Taiwan (Cairns 2012). As a Taiwanese she says, she misses her homeland but the restriction free life in England, makes this country her true home. Even though she has home in both these nations, she still chooses England for its highly developed life and freedom that has been given to her in the form of her own home away from her homeland.

Story 2: This narrative experience explains how even the freest societies foster limited thinking in individuals and their families (Wei Li 2011). This narration describes an experience of a 23 years Taiwanese student who fell in love with an Englishmen. She studies for Bar in order to make a career in being a barrister. She paid for a degree in extortionate amount which she got lesser value from and she also felt unwelcome, felt criminalized and was often imposed upon through costly bureaucratic layers. However she speaks fluent English and has been an eager participant among others in the Liverpool University. As a couple, she could a wide range of possibilities open for them. She could have applied for a work visa after studies and they both could even have registered themselves as in a relationship. However, she reports that the UK authorities do not only consider marriage as the only way by which two people can live together (especially when one is an immigrant). The authorities state that a total earning threshold of 18600 pounds is required on the part of the husband in order to hold the burden of this marriage with an immigrant. She and her boyfriend belong to a difficult graduate market in terms of employment and are both unemployed (Cairns 2012). The PhD study funding needed will also not meet the requirement and this is what she thinks as a migrant from Taiwan. She feels that if the opportunities were present with him in Taiwan then she wouldn’t have to face these issues and think of marriage as a burden. Her student visa is going to be expired in August and overstaying will harm any option that she has as a couple to live together within England legally.