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Q: What do we do with our free time?

Since I joined the Q+A I've been a little negative towards China.
This question, however, is the opposite.
I have more free time than I have ever had in my life, here in China.
I work less than 8 hours a week and have plenty of time to pursue other diversions which is a luxury and an improvement of lifestyle compared to the one I had in the west.

I enjoy riding my motorbike around the countryside (less 'Chinese' traffic).
I rented a room in a Buddhist monastery on top of a very famous Chinese mountain. The views are breathtaking!
I just started learning Taekwondo 1 on 1 with a Chinese master. That will sound cool when I tell people back home!
I bought a Spanish guitar (very expensive) and I'm learning finer music than I used to play before.
I spend lots of time on the Internet, playing chess, reading, etc.

I'm trying to beat the Laowei DVD habit.

9 years 33 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Lanzhou

 
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I have a fair amount of sex actually, even during breaks at work, I'll leave, get some action then come back... Smile

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Any vacancies at that place where you work only 8 hours a week? Or is the salary commensurate with the hours - like you get paid maybe 800RMB a week?
Oh and is there room for another in that place you rented? Thanks heaps.

Laughing out loud

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do a part time job

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@Daquing: I get paid more than enough to enjoy my free time to the full. I'm never alone Wink

@jahanzeeb: If you read the question you will see I already have lots of things to do in my free time. Suggestions are welcome but unnecessary. I was asking what everyone else did with their free time.

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Tired of dirt and lies.

 
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