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Any Question to a Chinese? --- Come here and ask me -- A Chinese people from China

 
Anonymous Coward
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05/30/2009 03:21 AM
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HI,

Nazified good ol 'Merika???
where is this place?

I'm in Changning District.

Is gig is a speed boat?
 Quoting: Flying Cat


Sorry about that. I'm using American slang, and as a yingwen laoshir, I shouldn't do that. A gig is a musical performance - this one today at an expat bar in hongqiao.

Welcome to GLP. You are indeed genuinely from Shanghai, as I can see by your answers, and I wish you well in your conversations here.

Nice weather we're having here these days. Happy Dragon Boat Holidays to you.
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05/30/2009 03:22 AM
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Which style of gung fu do you prefer?
Hung Gar? Wing Chun? Hsing-I?

I am using the older English spelling for these, as that is what I grew up with.

My personal favorite however, is fu kim hod.
Works pretty well.
Have a pleasant evening, and a wonderful tomorrow, if we don't talk again this evening.
 Quoting: Joe Six Pack




Hi

You can peak Cantonese?
"Hung Gar? Wing Chun? Hsing-I" ---- This is Cantonese spelling style.

Acctually I don't know much about GONGFU, and never practice it.
I just know some limited knowledge about WING CHUN. This is a gongfu created by a woman, and suitable for woman.
I'm a woman anyway. hehehe

Welcome for talking!
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05/30/2009 03:23 AM
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Nice troll.

There are some good trolls here. If your not a troll pics of Shanghai or GTFO.

hehehe
Anonymous Coward
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05/30/2009 03:23 AM
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BTW..Dr. Yes
this is a parody of James Bond Dr. No
Get Smart was a 1960's TV comedy.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Clown asks for Dr. Who?
(British Sci-fi)

I was just trying to diffuse the intentional confusion.




 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 683972


LoL .. I guess it didn't work to well.


This episode( Get Smart -Dr.Yes) is even more hilarious dubbed with Spanish


[link to cn.truveo.com]
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05/30/2009 03:23 AM
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pics please hehehe
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05/30/2009 03:30 AM
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Nice troll.

There are some good trolls here. If your not a troll pics of Shanghai or GTFO.

hehehe
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 690919


As if posting a pic of Shanghai would prove squat. I know the OP is the genuine article, and I frankly don't a shit if you don't. You should try and cross your county's border at least once in your lifetime. Then again, maybe you shouldn't.
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05/30/2009 03:39 AM
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Nice troll.

There are some good trolls here. If your not a troll pics of Shanghai or GTFO.

hehehe


As if posting a pic of Shanghai would prove squat. I know the OP is the genuine article, and I frankly don't a shit if you don't. You should try and cross your county's border at least once in your lifetime. Then again, maybe you shouldn't.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 690912

Can you explain how you know?

Thanks
Flying Cat (OP)

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05/30/2009 03:42 AM
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Welcome Flying Cat. I apologize for some of the rude people that posted in this thread. They are an embarrassment to to me, but something you have to get used to in a forum like this one. This is one of the best threads I've read lately, and I like your straight answers. Please do continue to post here as some of us do appreciate information from a different perspective such as yours
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Thanks! :))
Every places are similar, in Chinese forum, we also can meet such person.
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05/30/2009 03:44 AM
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Hi Flying cat...I'm glad you signed on, I would love to know more about your country and will visit someday. My brother is there now meeting his online girl friend from China and having a wonderful time. Question: Does it bother the Chinese people that they can only have one child? In my opinion that may be a good thing for many countries. Thanks
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05/30/2009 03:46 AM
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Flying Cat,..what is your advice to someone moving to China? bump
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05/30/2009 03:49 AM
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OP - check out Shanghai Expat ( [link to www.shanghaiexpat.com] for a more local conversation. Don't bother trying to figure out laowai from the idiot publications "That's Shanghai" and "City Weekend" - which are chock full of useless cutesy news written by journalistic wannabe laowai dipsluts.
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...emm.. I know this website but seldom visit.
I will try.
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05/30/2009 03:52 AM
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Welcome Flying Cat. I apologize for some of the rude people that posted in this thread. They are an embarrassment to to me, but something you have to get used to in a forum like this one. This is one of the best threads I've read lately, and I like your straight answers. Please do continue to post here as some of us do appreciate information from a different perspective such as yours

This person is correct. Now please tell me about your gung fu
 Quoting: Joe Six Pack



I have no gongfu. I just know some info about gongfu, is a part of our culture. Almost every Chinese knows some info about it.


Hahaha..
Sorry for disapoint you.
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05/30/2009 03:54 AM
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Can you explain how you know?

Thanks
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 512435


Easy. I've lived here for 5 years. I am familiar with the cadence, style of speech and ways of thinking of the Shanghai-nese. Also, he answered with a legitimate location in Shanghai.

Yeah, anybody can fake just about anything these days, but in most cases, there ain't any point to it, and he doesn't strike me as a GLP-wannabe making up hogwash to get attention.

Kind of refreshing to have another Shanghainese posting here. As far as I ever knew, I was the only one, although I am a laowai (foreigner in China).
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HI,

Nazified good ol 'Merika???
where is this place?

I'm in Changning District.

Is gig is a speed boat?


Sorry about that. I'm using American slang, and as a yingwen laoshir, I shouldn't do that. A gig is a musical performance - this one today at an expat bar in hongqiao.

Welcome to GLP. You are indeed genuinely from Shanghai, as I can see by your answers, and I wish you well in your conversations here.

Nice weather we're having here these days. Happy Dragon Boat Holidays to you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 690912



Thanks!

Have a nice time in bar.
Happy Dragon Boat Day, eat more Zong Zi. :)
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05/30/2009 04:00 AM
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Welcome Flying Cat. I apologize for some of the rude people that posted in this thread. They are an embarrassment to to me, but something you have to get used to in a forum like this one. This is one of the best threads I've read lately, and I like your straight answers. Please do continue to post here as some of us do appreciate information from a different perspective such as yours

This person is correct. Now please tell me about your gung fu



I have no gongfu. I just know some info about gongfu, is a part of our culture. Almost every Chinese knows some info about it.


Hahaha..
Sorry for disapoint you.
 Quoting: Flying Cat



I have no chocolate chip cookies.

You have not disappointed me. Thanks for saying hey.
Uriel

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05/30/2009 04:01 AM
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Can you explain how you know?

Thanks


Easy. I've lived here for 5 years. I am familiar with the cadence, style of speech and ways of thinking of the Shanghai-nese. Also, he answered with a legitimate location in Shanghai.

Yeah, anybody can fake just about anything these days, but in most cases, there ain't any point to it, and he doesn't strike me as a GLP-wannabe making up hogwash to get attention.

Kind of refreshing to have another Shanghainese posting here. As far as I ever knew, I was the only one, although I am a laowai (foreigner in China).
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 690912


Thanks for the response.

Moving myself in September to Shenzhen
By fire gold is purified, so is love, by patience.
I am the Alpha and the Omega, the beggining and the end, says the Lord God, who Is and who Was and who is coming, the Almighty.
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05/30/2009 04:07 AM
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1 Have you done any good hacking lately, if so where?
2 do you play world of warcraft and if so are you a gold farmer?
3 I want to pick up Chinese girls, they are beautiful any good tips how to?
Joe Six Pack

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05/30/2009 04:08 AM
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Which style of gung fu do you prefer?
Hung Gar? Wing Chun? Hsing-I?

I am using the older English spelling for these, as that is what I grew up with.

My personal favorite however, is fu kim hod.
Works pretty well.
Have a pleasant evening, and a wonderful tomorrow, if we don't talk again this evening.




Hi

You can peak Cantonese?
"Hung Gar? Wing Chun? Hsing-I" ---- This is Cantonese spelling style.

Acctually I don't know much about GONGFU, and never practice it.
I just know some limited knowledge about WING CHUN. This is a gongfu created by a woman, and suitable for woman.
I'm a woman anyway. hehehe

Welcome for talking!
 Quoting: Flying Cat

Wing Chun translates to Beautiful Springtime or something like that. Been a while. I'll skip the history on all of that.

No, I'm not necessarily fluent in Cantonese, let's just say I had a couple of girlfriends that were fluent in a few things, including Cantonese and Mandarin.

Have a very good day, or evening, as the case may be.
"Zero zero zero. Destruct. Zero"
Capt. James T. Kirk
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05/30/2009 04:09 AM
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Thanks for the response.

Moving myself in September to Shenzhen
 Quoting: Uriel



Haven't lived there, but traveled through there a number of times. Canadian friend of mine moved up from Shenzhen to here, went back, said he liked it much better down there. Then again, his girlfriend's family is from that area, so that had something to do with it I imagine.

You'll be just a hydrofoil ride away from Hong Kong, but make sure you get a multi-entry visa, or you might be surprised to be not allowed back into China from Hong Kong if you visit there. Although Hong Kong is part of China, exiting to visit Hong Kong is considered a trip outside of China, and your visa will be marked accordingly.
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5月神親吻你的腳&#30​340;龍路徑。

Last Edited by Joe Six Pack on 05/30/2009 04:12 AM
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Thanks for the response.

Moving myself in September to Shenzhen



Haven't lived there, but traveled through there a number of times. Canadian friend of mine moved up from Shenzhen to here, went back, said he liked it much better down there. Then again, his girlfriend's family is from that area, so that had something to do with it I imagine.

You'll be just a hydrofoil ride away from Hong Kong, but make sure you get a multi-entry visa, or you might be surprised to be not allowed back into China from Hong Kong if you visit there. Although Hong Kong is part of China, exiting to visit Hong Kong is considered a trip outside of China, and your visa will be marked accordingly.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 690912


Yes I am aware of that,..i am getting married and will be living there. My girlfriend works for a big firm in Shenzhen and travels often to HK
By fire gold is purified, so is love, by patience.
I am the Alpha and the Omega, the beggining and the end, says the Lord God, who Is and who Was and who is coming, the Almighty.
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Hi Flying cat...I'm glad you signed on, I would love to know more about your country and will visit someday. My brother is there now meeting his online girl friend from China and having a wonderful time. Question: Does it bother the Chinese people that they can only have one child? In my opinion that may be a good thing for many countries. Thanks
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 613241



HI

Welcome to China.
Wow, so far away to meet online friends.. hehe.. must be romatic things to do.
Here some of people around me knew their bf / husband, or GF / wife through internet. We have a local chatting tools which was named QQ, it is similar as ICQ, more popular than MSN here.
Internet love.... some are sucucess, some not. I think it is a way to know people in this morden time....

Re: One Child
I think it donesn't bother most of Chinese people, especially for urban people.
For normal people, it is expensive to bring even one Child up for a family. Much things need to spend money and energy.
baby siter, baby gargen fee, study extra things fee, school fee, large...
The resorce of a country is limited, it is limited for a family too. Every parents want their child grow at least as good other child.
Better get one Child grow up well but not get 2 child grow bad.


That's what people think.
And at present many couple decide to have no child. One of my friend is like this. Her husband and her are orphan, they don;t want to spend their rest of life only to a Child.
Maybe you don't understand why parents spend their full life to their child... but this is the parents style of most of Chinese. I think.

So, I can say in city, it is not a bother.
In country sides or village, people''s mind is more conservative. Usually they like to have more family members for labor. And people like to have a SON to go on their family name. So they want to have more Child.

So Government allows village family have 2 children.
From beginning till now, all Minority nations can have 2 children.
Only city people and Han Nation allow 1 child.



In another side, I think one child policty is not only good for China,but good for world.
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Flying Cat,..what is your advice to someone moving to China? bump
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 512435



HI

The only advice is you must have qualification to get a job here. Better can speak and read Chinese.

If you live in big city like Shnghai, English is ok.
And, you 'd better can speak some Chinese if you live in small city.


At present, many foreigners here can speak it well.
Maybe the man in this post who live in XUHUI District of Shanghai can speak Chinese?


I feel foreigners are easy to get a job as a English teacher. Many many Chinese are study English. hehehe
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Hi Flying cat...I'm glad you signed on, I would love to know more about your country and will visit someday. My brother is there now meeting his online girl friend from China and having a wonderful time. Question: Does it bother the Chinese people that they can only have one child? In my opinion that may be a good thing for many countries. Thanks



HI

Welcome to China.
Wow, so far away to meet online friends.. hehe.. must be romatic things to do.
Here some of people around me knew their bf / husband, or GF / wife through internet. We have a local chatting tools which was named QQ, it is similar as ICQ, more popular than MSN here.
Internet love.... some are sucucess, some not. I think it is a way to know people in this morden time....

Re: One Child
I think it donesn't bother most of Chinese people, especially for urban people.
For normal people, it is expensive to bring even one Child up for a family. Much things need to spend money and energy.
baby siter, baby gargen fee, study extra things fee, school fee, large...
The resorce of a country is limited, it is limited for a family too. Every parents want their child grow at least as good other child.
Better get one Child grow up well but not get 2 child grow bad.


That's what people think.
And at present many couple decide to have no child. One of my friend is like this. Her husband and her are orphan, they don;t want to spend their rest of life only to a Child.
Maybe you don't understand why parents spend their full life to their child... but this is the parents style of most of Chinese. I think.

So, I can say in city, it is not a bother.
In country sides or village, people''s mind is more conservative. Usually they like to have more family members for labor. And people like to have a SON to go on their family name. So they want to have more Child.

So Government allows village family have 2 children.
From beginning till now, all Minority nations can have 2 children.
Only city people and Han Nation allow 1 child.



In another side, I think one child policty is not only good for China,but good for world.
 Quoting: Flying Cat

Thank you for taking the time to answer my question so throughly. I'll maybe see you in China some day.
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sHOULD I BUY SOME STUFF ON E-BAY FROM CHINESSE PPL ??
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sHOULD I BUY SOME STUFF ON E-BAY FROM CHINESSE PPL ??
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Ya... Why not?
I often buy something in online shopping website, usually from Chinese local web www.taobao.com, it is similar as e-bay. Of source there is a risk for online shopping, but... anyway, it is ok for me.

What you want to buy?

My sister lost her job month ago, she is planning do some business in such webs.. Maybe you can buy from her. hehehehe
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Any Question to a Chinese? --- Come here and ask me -- A Chinese people from China

I'm browsing internet today and encounter to vitist this website. The Forum looks in hot and many people are discussiong their topics here.. So I decide to join in.

I'm in Shanghai, China.
If you have anything want to know about China, or something, pls. ask me or lets discuss.


Sorry for my English.Hope you can undestand want i want to say. hehehe.




Your clearly not posting from China. Been their - tried that. No GLP in China. CAUGHT!!!!!

If you have been to China you truly understand the cyber-police. They just shut you down after a few warnings. This post is a fraud.



HI!!!!

1) I'm now in SHANGHAI CHINA, sitting in front of my PC in my house! How you can make a judgement that I'm lieing here?

2) I don;t know what is the "GLP" you mean.

3) I never met the "CYBER POLICE" you mean here. I can browse the internet freely and now I'm here.
I never been shut down before. And All of my frinds or the people i know did not meet the thing you mention here.

4) I'm A, you said I'm B, you wrong me, this make me feel bad!!!

5) Have you ever been to China and met cyber police???
If you say you visited China before and can not browse internet, can not visit this forum, you must be BIG liar!!!
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Yes, I have been to CHINA and yes I have been cut-off by the cyber-police. You are the LIAR!!!
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Any Question to a Chinese? --- Come here and ask me -- A Chinese people from China

I'm browsing internet today and encounter to vitist this website. The Forum looks in hot and many people are discussiong their topics here.. So I decide to join in.

I'm in Shanghai, China.
If you have anything want to know about China, or something, pls. ask me or lets discuss.


Sorry for my English.Hope you can undestand want i want to say. hehehe.




Your clearly not posting from China. Been their - tried that. No GLP in China. CAUGHT!!!!!

If you have been to China you truly understand the cyber-police. They just shut you down after a few warnings. This post is a fraud.



HI!!!!

1) I'm now in SHANGHAI CHINA, sitting in front of my PC in my house! How you can make a judgement that I'm lieing here?

2) I don;t know what is the "GLP" you mean.

3) I never met the "CYBER POLICE" you mean here. I can browse the internet freely and now I'm here.
I never been shut down before. And All of my frinds or the people i know did not meet the thing you mention here.

4) I'm A, you said I'm B, you wrong me, this make me feel bad!!!

5) Have you ever been to China and met cyber police???
If you say you visited China before and can not browse internet, can not visit this forum, you must be BIG liar!!!
[/quote

Yes, I have been to CHINA and yes I have been cut-off by the cyber-police. You are the LIAR!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 423573



What???
How you been cut-off?

What I mean is i can browse GLP (Now i know what it is mean)in China, and can browse forum, but i did not say no web been blog here. Yes there is website been blocked.

I think many country will have some website can be blcoked.

Don't be so excited.

:4:
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05/31/2009 11:22 AM
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hfWelcome Flying cat.
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Hi FlyingCat, any news on the local scene about Geitner's visit?

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