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Q: How many Christmases have you spent in China?

This is now my third Christmas in China, the first one was in Shanghai, last year in Beijing and this year in Beijing again. I have met people this year who are having their first Christmas in China this year and are a little depressed, but I feel used to it by now. The only bad thing is that back home it's summer so everyone is on holiday and at the beach. But the rest doesn't really bother me. So how many Christmases have you had here? How do you feel about it?

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  Nine. 

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http://tinypic.com/r/2sabe2t/5

best xmass movie ever

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as for me i already spent 7 xmas in china(5 in guangzhou 广州and 2 in heshan 鹤山市)

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Second Christmas in China...and it was perfect! I arrange my schedule perfectly in order to cook "panettone" myself with a far east twist..mango and chocolate chips!

 

I don't know if next years will be different, but this one was exactly like being home..without the drama of all the relatives coming over!!

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Second Christmas in China...and it was perfect! I arrange my schedule perfectly in order to cook "panettone" myself with a far east twist..mango and chocolate chips!

 

I don't know if next years will be different, but this one was exactly like being home..without the drama of all the relatives coming over!!

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