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Q: Sanya. I need English speaking police

Noisy neighbors are ruining my evenings and nights.

I am regretting moving here.

I need English speaking help.

4 weeks 4 days ago in  Visa & Legalities - Sanya

 
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Governor

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Yeah, English speaking Police or not, they aren't  going to give a shit about your hearing.

TIC.

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4 weeks 3 days ago
 
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Hahaha....Welcome to China. Don't worry, you will get used to the all night yelling, mahjong tiles, bike alarms, car horns, dogs barking, sundry arguments and fights.

I doubt the police will give a flying unicorn about a random foreigner wishing everything was the same in China as it was back in good ole Freedom Guo.

Get over it. Get over yourself. Why come to a different culture and then have a whine because it is different?

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Yeah, English speaking Police or not, they aren't  going to give a shit about your hearing.

TIC.

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Can't blame you. Be careful of other things such as.....

 

 

 

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Try to look for a new place if you think you can not endure it. You can also try talking to your neighbours about it. Most Chinese people are friendly.

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