You should say:

  • Who made it?
  • Why did she/he make this decision?
  • What happened after this decision?

And explain you think it is a good decision.

This topic reminds me of a decision I made a year ago when I decided to drop out of college and follow my own path, not the crowd. After I told my decision to my parents, they just freaked out, and they were strongly against it. They told me the importance of a decent degree when it comes to hunting for jobs in China, and they insisted that I should finish college no matter what.

But the thing is, my college is located in a remote area, I mean, an underdeveloped city. I couldn’t see my future in this city. I want to work in a vibrant city, you know, like Shanghai or Beijing. But the city I was studying it was nothing like that and it couldn’t offer me what I want.

If I stayed there for four years, I would end up being an ordinary person, with no dreams, no ambition, and no bright future. Well, I understand my parents’ decision and I can’t blame them, ’cause they are pretty traditional and conservative. In their opinion, a girl is supposed to follow a certain lifestyle. For example, graduate from college, find a steady job, get married and start a family. But to me, that is not living, that is just not dying. I want to lead a life that’s worth living, you know.

So I just ignored my parents’ strong objection and went ahead with my plan. I took a gap year trying to figure out what I truly want to do with my life, and now I started to apply to universities abroad, so here I am.

This topic reminds me of a decision I made a year ago when I decided to drop out of college and follow my own path, not the crowd. After I told my decision to my parents, they just freaked out, and they were strongly against it. They told me the importance of a decent degree when it comes to hunting for jobs in China, and they insisted that I should finish college no matter what.

But the thing is, my college is located in a remote area, I mean, an underdeveloped city. I couldn’t see my future in this city. I want to work in a vibrant city, you know, like Shanghai or Beijing. But the city I was studying in was nothing like that and it couldn’t offer me what I want.

If I stayed there for four years, I would end up being an ordinary person, with no dreams, no ambition and no bright future. Well, I understand my parents’ decision and I can’t blame them, ’cause they are pretty traditional and conservative. In their opinion, a girl is supposed to follow a certain lifestyle. For example, graduate from college, find a steady job, get married and start a family. But to me, that is not living, that is just not dying. I want to lead a life that’s worth living, you know.

So I just ignored my parents’ strong objection, and went ahead with my plan. I took a gap year trying to figure out what I truly want to do with my life, and now I started to apply to universities abroad, so here I am.

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