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    I have to empathise with the OP. I'm an Australian national of asian descent who's moved about through the Asia-pacific area for the past few years of my life, ending up here in the UK for uni. I really have no sense of home, wherever I go back to seems to be just as cold and uninviting as anywhere else. The exception is that I actually like it here (so far) - unfortunately you guys are so tied up with immigration that it's going to take me a decade to get any semblance of citizenship/residence .

    So if employment falls through here, and the graduate work visa expires, I'm at a loss where I should be.
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    (Original post by SiaSiaSia)
    ahhahahaha
    i :love: lampshade...


    :love: you too :p:
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    you should go travelling and see where your routes are and were you like and feel at home, you will probably need to spend quite a while in one place to see if you can live there but you should know after a few weeks whether you definately like or dislike a place..
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    go travelling till you find somewhere
    it will be fun
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    I can't believe all the horrible replies the OP got. :console: Don't listen to them.

    I do get what you feel, Im not in exactly the same situation but I don't feel like I belong here either, yet I don't belong where either of my parents are from.

    Since I was about 11 I thought how I really want to live in a different country when I can but the same thing would just happen.

    I think you just have to try and make your surroundings home, try and fit yourself in and find things you like and stuff.

    I hope you find somewhere you like :hugs:
 
 
 
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