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My name is Megan Wu and I was born in 2001. I am 16 years old. I have live in Brooklyn in school. I like to been a volunteer, and when I am out of school  I like to do more volunteer, I am particularly good at helping the children. I became good at this because I have a older sister to help me how to do a good volunteer and to take care of the kids or children. In  the future, I would like to be lawyer . I dream of been helping people to save the problem because it’s good for me.

I immigrated to New York 5 years ago My life changed in many ways when I immigrated . The change I’m  happiest about is the life are been good and good, because my parents is hard working and makes more money, on the other hand, I am sad that my dad is not working hard at 5 years ago, Now I speak English and Other Languages, which is very good for everything like helping the older sister to do the volunteer.

 

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  1. Lining 4 months ago

    Dear Menga,

    I am Excited about your Me, Immigration, AND Justice because I like you said you are good at helping children and kids. I like this too.

    One thing you said that stands out for me is: “ I became good at this because I have a older sister to help me how to do a good volunteer and to take care of the kids or children.” I think this is grateful because I have a younger brother, when my younger brother was young, I was take care him. And I like to take care him, he is cute.

    Thanks for your project. I look forward to seeing what you write next because I want to know about you volunteer.

  2. Samuel 4 months ago

    Megan
    Thank you for sharing your immigration story.

    My students and I in Philadelphia have been learning about the internal and external conflicts that immigrants experience in the USA and around the world. I am going to encourage them to respond to your post.

    Reed

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