Saying “I moved to China” is about the same as as saying “I move to the US”…or to Europe or Australia. Since China is so big, and diverse in both culture and climate…a much so as the other countries I mentioned…, your statement is a bit ambiguous. Into which city did you move?
Personally speaking, I prefer Guilin city to the others I’ve seen. Not only is Guilin city a very beautiful and clean city, it’s also where my wife is from…and where her family still lives. LOL
Good video! Thanks for sharing.
Samuel Wu Cahyono3个月前
They praise your lanuange of speaking Chinese bcause you are foreigner but for the chinese descendant foreigner that can’t speak Chinese are literally f*cked. They will force you to speak chinese just because you look like them.
How did you upload this video since YouTube is blocked in China?
I lived there for three years, Nanning Guangxi. First bit of advice to you, is to stay away from most of the expats there. I found that the majority of full of crap and lies. As for myself I came back to the States because I really just couldn’t stand living there anymore. No place like home!!!
How do you handle the pollution in China? Do you wear mask?
Totally agree! I lived in Shanghai for 3 years teaching and had a fantastic time.
I’m going to China to teach English. It is so hard here in the U.S. to find good work, our economy still sucks. Looking forward to the adventure and culture
The pollution beats me down every time, so dese the traffic; but food chear me up in a second. TRUTH!
How does an American guy, like myself, get a job over there if he only speaks English?
LOL frankly when we Chinese appreciate foreigners’ mandarin regardless of their real level, we just show our kindness and we regard that appreciation as a kind polite act.
I use to live in Chengbu, not Chengdu. It’s in the mountains of Hunan Province and I loved it. The air was clean and clear, no pollution. And the people made it all worth wild. I definitely want to return.
If I went to China I would not want to stay in any town with more than a few hundred people. Less would be better. The cities are too big and polluted. I would want to experience the life they have lived forever, not in the city where people are scrambling to be ‘modern’ like the West. I’ve always visited that way: Land in the city, rent a car/motorbike in the city, and then leave the city.