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August 13, 2015, 04:15:09 AM
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I think the allure of moving to China may diminish with the Goverbmebt devaluing their currency and making spending power of local money go a shorter and shorter distance. Also, most of these expats are flocking to the cities...the cities can only support the weight of a limited number of people. Overcrowding will be an awful consequence.

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August 13, 2015, 07:24:19 PM
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What about expatriation of funds? Is it easy for foreigners?
That would be a concern for anybody wanting to move to China for the short-term.

Not in this forum it wouldn't. 

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August 13, 2015, 07:29:35 PM
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China's government has high standards as to ingredients that they allow and don't allow as food additives.

Poisoned infant's formula. Unlabeled Viagra in health drinks. The above statement is delusional. The government can't enforce such standards.


The delusion is thinking some people who don't care about you who wear hats that say "government" will make sure you and your family have good food.  That is, and always will be, up to you.

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In 2015, more than 9.4 million Chinese students took what is basically the Chinese SAT test. Every single testing facility took countermeasures against cheating by using facial recognition-capable film surveillance. They even installed specialty materials to the windows and walls that blocked all electronic signal. Why are they so adamant about cheating? China believes that test scores alone should be the only thing universities consider when they decide who gets in - not monetary status or or familial ties.

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Triple lolzz.    People in Beijing pay off their -kindergarten- teachers to get in.  Monetary status and familial ties are always an issue.  Anyway the totalitarian police state is exactly why Americans are moving to China and basically anywhere else outside of occupied north america. 

   


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August 17, 2015, 11:08:12 PM
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Anyone have a link to the 10 year tourist visas OP referred to?

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August 18, 2015, 06:28:42 AM
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Do you have a link to back up your claim of 600,000 Americans living in China? That sounds a bit high. I would also like to know how many of them are Caucasian. I know from experience that when you're a white guy in China, you may speak some Chinese (I don't), but everybody will see you as a foreigner.

I don't know about the exact demographics, it can be inaccurate often and who will prove census wrong? Tongue I visit China around 10 times a year and I'e seen more brown people there rather than white people, and Chinese treat all of them the same. They are rude and isolated and don't care about other people, I've even seen racist Chinese peeps there, so idk but yeah.
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August 19, 2015, 02:17:47 AM
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Do you have a link to back up your claim of 600,000 Americans living in China? That sounds a bit high. I would also like to know how many of them are Caucasian. I know from experience that when you're a white guy in China, you may speak some Chinese (I don't), but everybody will see you as a foreigner.

I don't know about the exact demographics, it can be inaccurate often and who will prove census wrong? Tongue I visit China around 10 times a year and I'e seen more brown people there rather than white people, and Chinese treat all of them the same. They are rude and isolated and don't care about other people, I've even seen racist Chinese peeps there, so idk but yeah.

I guess it really depends on the place you go?

I heard some feedbacks from my friends that its really recommended to just go with a chinese friend. Then again you visited chinese 10 times a year so you must know how to get around speaking the language on your own.

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August 19, 2015, 06:38:43 AM
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Do you have a link to back up your claim of 600,000 Americans living in China? That sounds a bit high. I would also like to know how many of them are Caucasian. I know from experience that when you're a white guy in China, you may speak some Chinese (I don't), but everybody will see you as a foreigner.

I don't know about the exact demographics, it can be inaccurate often and who will prove census wrong? Tongue I visit China around 10 times a year and I'e seen more brown people there rather than white people, and Chinese treat all of them the same. They are rude and isolated and don't care about other people, I've even seen racist Chinese peeps there, so idk but yeah.

I guess it really depends on the place you go?

I heard some feedbacks from my friends that its really recommended to just go with a chinese friend. Then again you visited chinese 10 times a year so you must know how to get around speaking the language on your own.

no I don't know their language, but I have the power of google and I translate text and audio, I do take help of the locals but mostly send pictures to friends (chinese friends) if I am unable to comprehend and they help me out, all online Wink Its very easy, and sometimes people do speak English too but their accent is so heavy, I fail to understand Tongue
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August 20, 2015, 07:25:57 PM
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I think in America it is easier to realize themselves!
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