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Q: If you didn't live in China what other asian country

  would you live in?

EDIT: and why?

8 years 40 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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Japan

Taiwan

Korea

New Zealand

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australia

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Taiwan

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Hard to say I've taught in a lot of different countries around here. Mmmm, maybe Taiwan.

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Hmm... 

 

I would have to say

 

Singapore - but really expensive housing! 

Taiwan - Kind of like the idea of China-lite

Philippines - Nice beaches, nice people... maybe best for retirement 

 

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Singapore and Japan

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Japan,

South Korea,

Chile,

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