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Q: Why do foreigners in china get mad easily?

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10 years 8 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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The only answer I can come up with is that they do not like their life in China. enlightened

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Answering your own insipid questions now?  You must lead a very sad life.

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Anger is seen differently in our culture. It's the same reason elderly Chinese people spit and pee on the street in Canada.

You'd know that if you were a real American and not a 假洋鬼子.

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Mattaya,obviously not an expat or foreigner for that matter,is gunning for points by answering his/her own silly qstn.s that have been asked before ....
Isn't there a rule against this? Adminanswer, mr.cat?

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You know...maybe he is just a troll. Although, if I were a troll, I wouldn't go to so much trouble. If you talk like that long enough, your IQ goes down.

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