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Q: Tips for new questions

Here are a few tips to make sure your questions get answered in a manner that will actually help:

1.) If you are looking for something (product, place, restaurant, shop) that sells or has specific items, be sure to mention WHERE YOU ARE IN CHINA (or where you will be going). China is a big place and it differs drastically from city to city/province to province.

2.) If you are asking a question to get people's opinions, your going to get opinions, and probably a lot of them.

3.) Do not expect legitimate answers to illegitimate questions. For example, "Why do all foreigners like pineapple?" will provide you with mocking results.

Enjoy, it's all in good fun.

9 years 36 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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fuck, fucker, fucking Admin won't let me delete my posts now the Admin can delete them for me... Wink Laughing out loud

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Because when we were still living in the trees during the Ming dynasty, they were easy for us to forage.

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