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British nanny reveals the life of China's elite   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-2-8 06:59:20 |Display all floors
I have found through experience that most of the wealthy in China are {:soso_e174:}.
While the poor and middle class would offer you their last {:soso_e161:}
I'm just here for the money

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Post time 2014-2-8 09:29:29 |Display all floors
I heard many stories of spoiled kids from rich families in China. They are treated like little emperors and princesses, and they have little respect for the lower class general public. They're generally referred to as "fu er dai" or "guan er dai" in Chinese. It's a different story for many noble families in the West. Those kids are well educated and well-mannered. Some of them are told not to squander the money and lead a thrifty life. They've to do some family chores in order to get their pocket money, so that they could learn who to be independent from their parents.

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Post time 2014-2-8 11:17:12 |Display all floors
I wish I was a rich elite.

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Post time 2014-2-8 11:22:23 |Display all floors
Think the word "elite" has been misused here

Nothing in the story tells me anything exceptional about the family.
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Post time 2014-2-8 12:18:22 |Display all floors
cody160 Post time: 2014-2-8 09:29
I heard many stories of spoiled kids from rich families in China. They are treated like little emper ...

There are some that are modest and give back to society. But there are others like Paris Hilton, etc....who are as spoiled as the Chinese counterparts.

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Post time 2014-2-8 16:06:15 |Display all floors
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