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Re: Life in Beijing As an International Student. by KodakBlack: 8:54am On Oct 25
Those cleaners you say they wear cheap clothes are most likely financially stable than you are.



Never, Never underestimate a chinese!
igbesachick:


not everyone wears. only poor chinese wear, because camo is cheap and rugged , in china. the street cleaners like camo
Re: Life in Beijing As an International Student. by KodakBlack: 8:56am On Oct 25
igbesachick:


not because of anything local or whatnot, is there any other way to dry peanuts besides basking them?

So, that’s why it should be basked on the bridge? Would you find something like that in the city?
Re: Life in Beijing As an International Student. by KodakBlack: 8:58am On Oct 25
You’re advising them to work illegally?

To whom it may concern;

If you work illegally and you’re caught, you go open eyes for MM after you sleep for prison.



igbesachick:


actually, you can. and most africans work , illegally, by playing truant from their chinese schools.


and you dont even need to register a company to do business in china, unless you hire some chinese to be your employees, for whom you need to buy their social insurance from the government.

but, of course, if you mean to work in a big chinese company, like other chinese guys, no , you cant . so many chinese are umemployed, why recruit an outsider ?

but of course, no one would do the menial jobs with a salary of 300dollars per month, not even the unskilled chinese if they can do without.


Re: Life in Beijing As an International Student. by igbesachick: 8:59am On Oct 25
KodakBlack:
I don’t know how you intend to get a chinese visa but that friend of yours should have told you by now that there’s NO JOB in china.

The only job you can get is being an English teacher but then you’re black man which is another reason why many employers won’t employ you except you carry a British or American passport.

My 2 kobo.



why do you bother to find a job in china where there are tons of jobless and useless chinese losers who will be your competitors .

and even a "well educated " chinese, by chinese standard whatsoever, earns 800dollars or so per month. is this your goal in china after you labour yourself with the chinese visa?

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Re: Life in Beijing As an International Student. by igbesachick: 9:01am On Oct 25
KodakBlack:


How’s it the best place? Could you please tell us?

at least you look quite enjoying china, for its easy money, as you said, or maybe some other fun.

anyway, what makes it not a best place, compared , say, with usa?
Re: Life in Beijing As an International Student. by KodakBlack: 9:41am On Oct 25
igbesachick:


i guess i know them better than you know your skin.


You can’t answer the question. So, I presume you’re just making your points from hearsay’s.
Re: Life in Beijing As an International Student. by KodakBlack: 9:44am On Oct 25
You’re deluded. Stop mentioning me!


igbesachick:


actually , your opinion and the other guy's , which you argue with, are the same, two sides of one coin.

if there is money and fun, then stay. if no, leave it.

since you already know you are an outsider and do and think as an outsider, then you end up as an outsider.

the difference between you and the other guy is, you suffer in china and you complain, that guy maybe finds some joy, and he is making himself home in china, at least for now.
Re: Life in Beijing As an International Student. by KodakBlack: 9:45am On Oct 25
Hahahaha.

1. I do not live in the dorm

2. Where I have been, you are still dreaming of it.

3. I won’t reply you any more.

igbesachick:


then you should go to the free world usa, instead of staying in a bug-infested dorm somewhere ,in the politically isolated country, called china, struggling like a yahoo boy to busy yourself for jap visa, or korean visa..... assumably, regardless of your daily expenses , under the outrageously inflated rate in china, due to its fiaso to cope with the trade war with the real number one power usa.
Re: Life in Beijing As an International Student. by cue64: 10:44am On Oct 25
KodakBlack:
Now, you’re talking chief.

You’re just understanding my point now. China is a place to start from not a place you can stay for a longer period whichever way.

You’re living in one of the top tier cities.


i have always understood your point, i was only against when you said, china is no place for a black man... all the same its all good
Re: Life in Beijing As an International Student. by FA13(m): 5:02pm On Oct 25
igbesachick:


so , how is your days in china? are chinese people really hospitable as you first mentioned after you newly been to china ?

They are not bad.
But interaction is generally limited with foreigners because of language barrier. But if you can break through the language most are fair.

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Re: Life in Beijing As an International Student. by Ola17: 8:50am On Oct 27
Fallenhunter:


It's fine to prefer whichever you prefer but Dubai is more developed than China as a whole and even Beijing. I won't say all of UAE but Abu Dhabi and Dubai are very well developed and not even London or New York compare with them

Don’t be naive. How can you compare Dubai which is a Mere city/emirate in UAE to China? My goodness! Now comparing Dubai to London and New York? Seriously?!

You should be comparing Dubai with Chinese cities like Nanjing, Hangzhou or Shenzhen. Dubai doesn’t even come close to super cities like Shanghai and you are here comparing it to London and New York.
Re: Life in Beijing As an International Student. by Fallenhunter: 9:35am On Oct 27
Ola17:


Don’t be naive. How can you compare Dubai which is a Mere city/emirate in UAE to China? My goodness! Now comparing Dubai to London and New York? Seriously?!

You should be comparing Dubai with Chinese cities like Nanjing, Hangzhou or Shenzhen. Dubai doesn’t even come close to super cities like Shanghai and you are here comparing it to London and New York.

I'm comparing it purely on the basis of development. Dubai is more developed in terms of infrastructure, the environment, public services etc than is any city in China including Shanghai and yes even London and New York. Now if you want to talk about culture then sure dubai does not have much cultural development, new York is the epicenter of culture. If you want to talk about financial markets and economic opportunities then also Shanghai, New York and London are ahead but if you want to talk about pure infrastructure development then dubai leads the pack. Forget the glass buildings, skyscrapers, adequate housing and world class roads. Dubai has a modern HRT in its metro, LRTs in its bus and tram systems, an underground rail connecting it to abu Dhabi and an upcoming hyperloop. It has public health programs, free healthcare, multiple exhibitions and social events throughout the year and world class cuisine, clubs, banks etc, all for a population of 3.4 million people.

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Re: Life in Beijing As an International Student. by Ola17: 9:53am On Oct 27
Fallenhunter:


I'm comparing it purely on the basis of development. Dubai is more developed in terms of infrastructure, the environment, public services etc than is any city in China including Shanghai and yes even London and New York. Now if you want to talk about culture then sure dubai does not have much cultural development, new York is the epicenter of culture. If you want to talk about financial markets and economic opportunities then also Shanghai, New York and London are ahead but if you want to talk about pure infrastructure development then dubai leads the pack. Forget the glass buildings, skyscrapers, adequate housing and world class roads. Dubai has a modern HRT in its metro, LRTs in its bus and tram systems, an underground rail connecting it to abu Dhabi and an upcoming hyperloop. It has public health programs, free healthcare, multiple exhibitions and social events throughout the year and world class cuisine, clubs, banks etc, all for a population of 3.4 million people.

What are HRT and LRT metros? For your info, Shanghai has a functional maglev metro(the oldest in the world) that connects Pudong Int’l airport to other parts of Shanghai. Shanghai has the world largest metro network with 16 lines while Dubai has mete two metro lines!

Exhibition centers, world class cuisines banks and clubs? Lol. Have you been to Shanghai? Forget the media hype, there’ Absolutely no comparison between Shanghai and Dubai. Shanghai is all Dubai wishes to be and more!

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