Case Scenario Entry!

Australia has announced its latest immigration visa reform, forcing migrants to settle in remote areas. New immigrants to Australia must live in remote areas for several years before they can move to big cities such as Sydney or Melbourne. The policy is hotly debated, with strong objections: “Remote locations, poor transportation, poor infrastructure, lack of jobs…” . But there was a man who took the lead in getting out of the big city, jumping into the countryside, and starting from a new Angle between the levers of fame and humanity…

Pan Qihe

Pan Qihe was born in 1993 in Zhuhai, Guangdong province to a family of medical doctors. At the age of six, he moved with his parents to a completely new country: Sydney, Australia. Since childhood, Pan has been an excellent student. In 2011, he was admitted to the dentistry major from the Elite Boys’ high school in Sydney with nearly full marks, and became a medical student as he wished. At the age of 26, he is in the prime of his life. Why would he voluntarily give up urban life and convenience to support remote areas in Australia


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  • Migration Pathway
  • Best Reginal Area
  • Eligibility
  • Employment