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Q: Reason that got you attracted to China?

Most of us expat landed in China, but everyone of us got different reasons, different stories. I personally got attracted to China when I was younger, back in university. Went there for vacation, and I landed so many Chinese girls! It's moar straightforward to get women here. You buy them wine, some gifts and they'll love you for life!

And then the food. God the food was awesome! It was a nice change, helped me lose a few pounds. I still enjoy the occasional KFC now and then, although most of the time it's too crowded so I have to pass. It's amazing the power of attraction of 'Merica!

And then the cheap cost of life compared to expat salaries. Back in 'Merica, when my boss gave me the opportunity to move in China, I didn't hesitate for a second before accepting teh job.

What about you, what's your story?

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i coudnt afford my self to go to medical schools in Merica. well you know how much it costs in merican medical schools. so i choose china to do my med school. i had no other choice.

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education system in my country is really tough , you have to study and study everyday .. also my parents they never allow me to play and have fun ..
i heard from people who had studied that studying in china was like a picnic , i love picnic and so i came here ..

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I think for many people, especially the younger slice, this is a unique opportunity to go abroad and try something completely new.

Once you settle down, have a wife and kids, this becomes the stuff of dreams. May as well do it now while it's still possible.

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I'm on the run from the law in my country! They'll never find me in China, and even if they do I've got big Mongolian mates who can protect me!

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