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Geography thing 2

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ben ben

on 20 April 2010

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Should I stay or should I go? By:Ben Wu Places I will be immigrating to:
Sydney, Australia
Raleigh, North Carolina I'm emigrating from Beijing, China First, I'll talk about Push Factors What is a Push Factor? Push Factor: Something that makes you want to leave the place you're currently in. Push Factors for Beijing, China Hello Pull Factors for Raleigh, North Carolina Better living standards Much better environment than Beijing, China More University/College oppurtunities Good government Job oppurtunities Religous persecution Low quality of life Too many people Lack of freedom Economy isn't good Now I'll talk about Pull Factors What is a Pull Factor? Pull Factor: When somebody is lured into a different country of region Pull Factors for Raleigh, North Carolina Pull Factors for Sydney, Australia AU$ getting stronger Criteria Australia Raleigh China Languages spoken


English-80% Other languages:Chinese-2.1%, Italian-1.9%,Vietnamese 1.7%, and Greek 1.4%.

There are 2.5 doctors/1000 people

The economic growth rate is 0.9%

There are 6.422 teachers per 1000 students

Unemployment rate-5.2%

There are 519.242 televisions per 1,000 people

On average, each person creates 18.8 tons of carbon dioxide per year. 100% of people have access to clean drinking water


Quality of health care Growing economy Quality of education
Job availability Standard of living
Environmental quality Standard Mandarin, Cantonese, Shanghainese, and Taishanese.

There are 1.51 doctors per 1,000 people

The economic growth rate is 11.9%

There are 4.1 teachers per 1000 students

Unemployment rate-4.3%

There are 306.205 teletivions per 1,000 people

On average, each person creates 4.6 tons of carbon dioxide per year. 75% of people have access to clean drinking water.


English-82%, Spanish-10% European languages-3.8% Asian languages- 2.7%

There are 2.3 doctors per 1000 people

Economic growth rate is 5.6%

5.5 teacher per 1000 students

Unemployment rate-9.7%

There are 740.53 televisions per 1,000 people .

On average, each person creates 18.99 tons of carbon dioxide per year.
100% of people have access to clean drinking water.












Low living costs Large living space Good government Nice weather Great standard of living How has migration affected Canda? Migration has affected Canada because Canada is a land of immigrants. Most people are here because they immigrated here from another counrty. If nobody immigrated here, then only the aboriginal people wuld be here. A lot of Canada's population is made up of immigrants. Things are cheaper here. Great economy What will happen to your culture after you move? I think my culture will change if I move to Raleigh or Sydney. People in the United States do different things than the people in China. The languages spoken in China are different than the ones in America. Also, we have different holidays, and events. Our religions are different as well. It would take a lot to change my lifestyle to fit in with others. I don't think my culture would stay the same. Some jobs have a not so good pay Migration What is it? Migration is the movement of people, (and in our case) anmals, or things from one place to another. Ex Birds migrate during different reasons. Im moving to Raliegh, North Carolina
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