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Q: Sanya. I need English speaking police

Noisy neighbors are ruining my evenings and nights.

I am regretting moving here.

I need English speaking help.

4 years 23 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Sanya

 
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Yeah, English speaking Police or not, they aren't  going to give a shit about your hearing.

TIC.

ambivalentmace:

noise canceling head phones work pretty good unless they are fakes.

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Hahaha....Welcome to China. Don't worry, you will get used to the all night yelling, mahjong tiles, bike alarms, car horns, dogs barking, sundry arguments and fights.

I doubt the police will give a flying unicorn about a random foreigner wishing everything was the same in China as it was back in good ole Freedom Guo.

Get over it. Get over yourself. Why come to a different culture and then have a whine because it is different?

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Yeah, English speaking Police or not, they aren't  going to give a shit about your hearing.

TIC.

ambivalentmace:

noise canceling head phones work pretty good unless they are fakes.

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Can't blame you. Be careful of other things such as.....

 

 

 

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And the infamous Laowai Menu in Sanya.  The tricks are still there except in Sanya they have three menus. One for their own (local sanya), one for mainlanders from non sanya, and another for laowais namely you. Both the second and third are ripoff, scam prices. You can figure which menu has the highest figures for the same dish. Don't point your finger at any fresh seafood around seafood restaurants either, unless you have too much cash and want to get rid of it fast.....

 

https://www.lostlaowai.com/blog/general/one-restaurant-two-menus/

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Try to look for a new place if you think you can not endure it. You can also try talking to your neighbours about it. Most Chinese people are friendly.

Shining_brow:

I have noticed that most Chinese will quickly change what they were doing once you've pointed out the lost face of their actions. (except for smokers... I've noticed that smokers often don't give a toss... especially the older 40-50 year old males).

 

 

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