I guess it’s about the teaching style, and
the western teaching style where there’s … necessity to critically examine issues and topics, critically think about
topics and challenge and debate and … and present arguments, which isn’t a common thing for all cultures in the world. It’s for a very small percentage of the
world, the western education system. So I think engaging with those kind of topics and building skills
to have that in the experiences does take time. I think just trying to get comfortable with those topics
and those ideas as early as possible … and even understanding what is expected from the teachers as early
as possible is a way forward with that. But it’s certainly a cultural challenge that’s, you know,
common with African students and Asian students … and Middle Eastern students, where the education systems may
have been different, or slightly differently designed. And that’s critical, that sort of self awareness and
that capacity to think for yourself.