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Not only like that, primary school students, middle school, high school---all the way of the studying it's full of pressure, now as I know, even in some kindergarten the kids are under pressure--their parents bring them to learn math, foreign language, acqierement---not for perfecting one's personal quality, but for future study.|
Suicide and manslaughter happened in my cities, too. Recently a boy killed his gf cause she wanted to leave him. It's another kind of extreme.
Well, but the college life, it has nothing to do with ideology, if you learn Marxism or not (usually those ideological politics are most unpopular courses), it's the totally utilitarian abnormal education system that causes, people judge you by a piece of paper, scores, if you get certificates--they don't care how you get it, they don't care if you have public morals or not, if you are talented or not(I didn't mean the stupid classes, but your talent)
Too many students plagiarize paper, that even if you write one out of your own effort, no one would notice it. Too many students became utilitarian and learn for "useful", that if you publicize your ideas to them, like your promoting traditional culture and such, firstly they'll ask "What could I benefit? Anything I can learn for my future career?" Too many students be led by the nose by scores, reference keys, that lack of imagination, lack of their own thoughts, that when you wish you could get together, discuss and talk about something creative, work out ideas, the silence could kill you.
Some students can't enjoy the purest fun, can't calm down listen to you, they always seem in a hurry, running for study, career; some students lead a degraded life---playing games all day, casual sex, the irresponsible boys(they're not mature enought to be called men) , lack of public morals, know nothing of the common knowledge, or knowledges that not written on the textbook.
Some students lead a utilitarian life, only those things that could do them a favor in the future is good, like learning English.
That's not college, that's just a bigger high school--when students straining after university entrance exam.
And I absolutely agree with this
---Don't guard the dormitories (other than night watch looking for criminals, NOT spying on the students)---they treat you like kids, sometimes they'll even came to your dorm to check if your dorm's clean, if there's any deregulation...eek, and you can do nothing to oppose them.
But anyway, if you know what to do, you can enjoy yourself despite those annoying rules and things. You could make a change if you're eager to---there're students who could really perfect themselves as well as enjoying, though that's normal college life I assumed, but in this situation they became exceptions.