This is Yew-Beng and I am really glad to have the chance to tell you how wonderful it is to be migrating to Australia. As I obtained both under- and post-graduate degrees in Australia, I have a strong emotional attachment to the country. The educational and cultural systems, in particular, are greatly impressive and effective. As with all its policies and systems dealing with people, there is generally a strong and strategic human focus that ensures sustainable success for the nation.
I can say with confidence that I have benefited extensively from Australia’s education system and the universities that I attended in the states of New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. The invaluable learning – and life – experiences have provided me with the intellect, knowledge and morality that I am putting to good use in adulthood. Now it is my turn to give back what I took from Australia, which in my opinion, truly believes in human flourishing that has nurtured me as a result.
I am also honoured that I would be making my contribution to the Australian society in Canberra, the nation’s capital which I visited several times during university days. Many a time, I was captivated and inspired by the vast knowledge contained in its awe-inspiring monuments, museums and galleries. It will certainly be useful for me to visit those places again and to gain a deeper understanding of humanity and the world.
And of course I will not forget who it was that has made my move to Australia possible – AIMS. Now the staff at AIMS are the most patient and caring people that you’d ever come across in the service industry. What impresses me most is their ability to understand your concerns and anxiety without making you feel helpless and stupid. It is like already getting there in Australia – and connecting with people who are empathetic and always ready to lend support. I will certainly recommend AIMS to my relatives and friends without the slightest hesitation. As I have personally tried other immigration consultants before, I can say for sure that you cannot find another one in the region that is better than AIMS.
I will be heading off to Canberra for good in the next few weeks, which I cannot wait to happen. I will be teaching Business Chinese to the community of Belconnen, a major suburb of Canberra. And my nephew is joining me at the end of the year when he finishes his “O” levels in Singapore. He will continue with Year 11 and Year 12 before taking on tertiary studies, which I strongly believe is the path that our Singapore teens should take for them to flourish well into their future.
I will be more than happy to speak with you about Australia and AIMS should you want to know more. I hereby authorise AIMS to provide you with my email address if you are keen to contact me. Soon many Singaporeans will realise that moving to Australia is the best thing that they are ever doing not only for themselves, but for the future generations.
Join me and you’d know what I mean.