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Q: I'm muslim guy from malaysia..will be stay in wuxi soon

nice to meet all of you soon

5 years 14 weeks ago in  Relationships - Wuxi

 
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I am post anon but I am telling everyone I'm Muslim, I'm from Malaysia and I'm going to Wuxi (a small city). And the kicker, I tell you nice to meet you soon. 

Trolls! Trolls! Trolls!

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5 years 14 weeks ago
 
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I enjoy your noodles

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Why post anon, your screen name probably isn't your real name.

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Wuxi... I'm the other size of the lake, Suzhou ^^ Welcome !

As the other mentioned it jokingly, you might find it tricky to not eat pork. It's present in many meals, even in small sliced bits, or bits of fat used just for the sauce or as oil. Worse, when asking if a dish contains pork, the server might tell you that it does not even if it does : not daring to say no, just wanting to avoid "troubles" (people are very risk adverse here), or because of a very approximative interpretation of "no pork inside". The good news is that you have plenty of Hui food and Xinjiang food, which is follows Muslim dietary rules. Ha, and bring on warm clothes, central heating is not common and expensive.

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Anon, scrap off all the scammy comments.  It's probably just frustration speaking out.

 

China is not all about pork and sin.  It's all up to you and how you blend into a culturally, socially, and non-religiously community. Myself being a Muslim and a practising one (no need to beat about the bush and sorry if I am hurting sensitivities here), I have been able to stick to halal food at the cost of some personal sacrifices. Surround yourself to people who adhere to the same lifestyle as you as they will be of great help. Last and not least, stay firm in your convictions. This is a land full of opportunities for those who know how to seize the occasion.

 

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So how do we find you? Do we just ask for anonymous?

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At first glance, I thought it said "I'm a muslim gay....."  (thinks) Whatever floats your boat.

 

However, in reply to Mr Fasal, your advice appears sound except "Surround to people who adhere to the same lifestyle as you as they will be of great help." seems to say that his person should only surround themself with other muslims. What a tragedy for their experience in China.

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