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Q: How will foreigner life in China change over the next twenty, thirty, forty years?

  Foreigners in China are still an unthreatening novelty for the most part and the Chinese are very welcoming to them in most places. But how will this change as the foreigner population grows? For the better, or for the worst?

6 years 49 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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It doesn't matter, because the whole country will implode by then to the size of a pinhead!

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The Chinese will make better pizza to please us as time goes on, then provide delivery. In about 40 years they should be able to do 30 minutes or it's free.

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