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Q: How many people have you lost since coming to China?

An unfortunate aspect of life is that it is always ending, even when we are far away. How many friends, family, or former colleagues have "passed on" since you've come to China, and how do you deal with not being able to make it to the funeral?  
I've lost five family members, four former classmates, six, childhood friends, seventeen former colleagues, and nine close friends during the eight years that I've been in China. 

51 weeks 3 days ago in  Family & Kids - China

 
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been there.........

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One. I had a family member die when I was in China.

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been there.........

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One family member.

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You lose people all the time. They don't have to be dead to lose them. Some people are still alive, and yet they're dead. Other people are dead, and yet they are still alive. There is nothing unfortunate about life ended just like there is nothing fortunate about having a life. That's life. You live it or you don't. What I don't like about it is being a victim and whining about other people's death.

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I lost my best friend to a seizure, my last remaining gran parent to a home invasion????????????

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I've lost no myself ... while in China.

 

Now. some 3 years or so since I left China, am slowly coming back ...  

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