Build our own campus and walk out of College

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in fact, the school is not suitable for our college students, we actually do not have time to waste in this, and there is no practical significance in the SNS circle. Here we can not see bole, we can not find their way out.

graduates, everyone will leave school. School is just a phase of life. We are finally going out of school and out of school forever. Because the university outside the world is our final world, in the University, you may one day meet your life’s noble, perhaps you will become other people’s noble. The school is very beautiful, very comfortable, let us lose the direction, lost ourselves, can not find its place. Every one of us will graduate, we must go to work, to love, to struggle. But everything is not so easy. Do we accept reality like this? Do we just leave ourselves to others? We are the innovator of the world, and we are the architects of the future world. We are the masters of this world, we have our own values after 80, and we don’t like to hear from you. Because we have better solutions. We have what we struggle for. We can pay for everything we like.

when school bell rings, we can be happy and relaxed to go? We have the strength? We have the courage to accept the boss? We have a calm face mentality is crowded for people? We must work for those people? We must be the boss of the gas it? No one to insist, but we have to face life by Valentine’s Day! Can you give him or her to buy a gift? Maybe this is why we want to bow? The burdens of life have to face

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we don’t want to be bullied, our destiny is not small, we are the world’s designers and architects. We have to struggle to struggle for the dream, but not for that little pay out nine to five. We want to have our own lives. I have the right to choose what I want to live in. Fate can change, just like the earth turns,

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we have to start, we will create a own sky! We are not Nothing is right. we have our own dream of their future! When we dream of a value of interest in doing, success will appear in front of us. If you have a dream, you have a future, you have to struggle, and you have a harvest. We are weak in one person, but we believe in the strength of a team. We believe that the method is everything,

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have a dream, don’t want to think of the mediocre life, strive to entrepreneurship of college students, please join QQ group: 75505664 (Yifeng creators) or as a friend and I have 503646623. to join us in the future, we will participate in the harvest! Believe yourself, we will not vanish. We have to do our own business! Goodbye to the job fair, goodbye, rude boss, I have my own career, the wisdom of struggle, the skills of entrepreneurship. It’s all here. I believe we will be good out of the campus and go out of college".

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