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Q: How does your city residents generally treat foreigners?

8 weeks 5 days ago in  Money & Banking - Other cities

 
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G to the A to the W to the K !

 

be prepared for hundred times worse if you are 'melanated'.

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I Ugandan interested in working in Chaina

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If you do a a search on this site using exactly the same question, you'll find it has been asked before and there are quite a lot of answers there.

 

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Are you Cub in disguise? EXACTLY the same question wording was used about one year ago. Try the search function...

 

 

 

http://answers.echinacities.com/node/290941

 

 

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the city i live in :

bonde hair = god , jobs , scholarships 

african = scholarship

 

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G to the A to the W to the K !

 

be prepared for hundred times worse if you are 'melanated'.

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