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anyone worked in china for any length of time?

anyone worked in china for any length of time?

anyone worked in china for any length of time?

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just curious... what were the hardest things about working/living in china...

RE: anyone worked in china for any length of time?

•Food and water.
•Being functionally illiterate

RE: anyone worked in china for any length of time?

My buddy found "keeping it in his pants" the hardest thing.

- Steve

RE: anyone worked in china for any length of time?

air pollution.

RE: anyone worked in china for any length of time?

I wa sonly there for three weeks

$19 for a pint of Guinness

But yes, air pollution was a biggy, even in Shanghai which is more or less on the coast

Cheers

Greg Locock

I rarely exceed 1.79 x 10^12 furlongs per fortnight

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