Canadian Chinese girls write Chinese at the age of 2 and go to college at the age of 12: expect more pressure.

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 Canadian Chinese girls write Chinese at the age of 2 and go to college at the age of 12: expect more pressure.


Chinas overseas Chinese network May 3, according to the Canadian Star Island daily reported that the Canadian Prince Edward island has a Chinese girl of 13 years old, and entered the University in September last year. At the age of 12, she started her college career, and she did well in college. Due to the existing educational system has some requirements and restrictions on the jump, Vivian has gone through a series of twists and turns. In September last year, Vivian, 12, entered Prince Edward Island University to pursue a degree in biology. Up to now, she has finished her first semester, and her score is over 91%. Although she is young, her childhood is not very different from other children. Vivian said her love for learning came from her grandmother, who was a high school biology teacher, and her parents had not put pressure on her to make her progress in her studies. According to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Vivian says she enjoys university life very much, especially with more mature students. She says age is not a limiting factor. If enough effort is made, it will eventually be able to do what one wants. Vivians wish is to become a veterinarian one day, and she also wants to write a book. Source: Chinese overseas net editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 Due to the existing educational system has some requirements and restrictions on the jump, Vivian has gone through a series of twists and turns. In September last year, Vivian, 12, entered Prince Edward Island University to pursue a degree in biology. Up to now, she has finished her first semester, and her score is over 91%. Although she is young, her childhood is not very different from other children. Vivian said her love for learning came from her grandmother, who was a high school biology teacher, and her parents had not put pressure on her to make her progress in her studies. According to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Vivian says she enjoys university life very much, especially with more mature students. She says age is not a limiting factor. If enough effort is made, it will eventually be able to do what one wants. Vivians wish is to become a veterinarian one day, and she also wants to write a book.