Practice English Speaking&Listening with: 7 Refugee Kiwi Kids

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First of all, when I first arrived in New Zealand, I was like shocked.

I didn't know any English.

When I started school, I was scared and I cried.

We went to our first school.

Kind of nerve-wracking.

But they welcomed us with an amazing Maori Powhiri.

Also my teachers helped me a lot.

I never felt like I was from a different country.I felt like I belonged to New Zealand.

Where it's located.

It's really awesome that it's far away from everywhere else.

The natures, the people are nice and peaceful.

And I love the All Blacks.

The schools, they treat everyone as the same as other people.

Yeah, I think it creates a space where different cultures can come together and share it's

a safe space.

Safety for us, not like my country.

There are so many things that you can do here.

Yeah, everything is good.

My favourite...ah, breakfast is noodles because I really like it.

I'm pretty funny.

I like to colour and dancing.

Burma music, my country music.

When I grow up, I want to help New Zealand people.

The way they treated us,I want to treat them like that back.

I'm so thankful for that.

So, like I said, I want to be someone where no one else has ever been.

So yeah.

Thank you (Burmese) and thank you for listening.

Thank you (Arabic)

Thank you (Fijian)

Thank you (Amharic)

Thank you (Burmese)

Thank you (Dari)

Thank you (Amharic)

Thank you very much

...and thank you.

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