C: how was your education going on in Australia?
S: I'm going to graduate this summer.
C: where are you going to work then, in Australia or back in China?
S: I'm planning to return to China after graduation.
C: why are you choosing to leave a foreign country? Many people are reluctant to leave the superior living environment abroad.
S: well, I think personal development is much more important than simply having a superior living environment.
C: yeah, China's developing so fast and development opportunities can be found almost in every corner of the country.
S: absolutely, many Chinese enterprises are going global, and they are in great need of excellent returnees to help them with their overseas business.
C: the repidly expanding economy has encouraged many students to pack their bags amd head for home.
S: that's right. Most of the Chinese students pursuing education in Australia intend to return to China.
Reluctant: hesitating before doing something because you do not want to do it or because you are not sure that it is the right thing to do 不情愿的；勉强的
reluctant agreement/support 勉强同意／支持
She was reluctant to admit she was wrong. 她不愿承认自己有错。
He finally gave a reluctant smile. 他最后露出了一丝无可奈何的微笑。
a reluctant hero(= a person who does not want to be called a hero) 不情愿做英雄的英雄
superior: better in quality than somebody/something else; greater than somebody/something else （在品质上）更好的；占优势；更胜一筹
vastly superior 强得多
superior intelligence/strength/knowledge 更强的智力╱力量；更丰富的知识
This model is technically superior to its competitors. 这一款式在技术上超过了与之竞争的产品。
Liverpool were clearly the superior team. 利物浦队明显更胜一筹。
The enemy won because of their superior numbers. 敌人由于兵力占优势取得了胜利。