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Why only BJ, SH and GZ? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2008-4-28 23:47:41 |Display all floors
China has 1.4 (now) billion people.

Beijing is only Beijing. Shanghai is too Japanese. Guangzhou has too many Guangdong people.

Why does this BBS only focus on BJ, SH and GZ?

Why not just Living in China? Why insult all the other cities of China?

BJ has terrible weather, SH has too many Japanese and other foreigners and Guangzhou has too many Guangdong people.

Some say the 3 worst cities in China. Why no Living in Hangzhou - much nicer than BJ, SH or GZ? Why no Living in Dalian - much nicer than BJ, SH and GZ? Why no Living in Kunming - a thousand times better than BJ, SH or GZ?

Like the China Daily newspaper website: All Beijing, All Shanghai all the time...that is not even a tiny part of China!

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Post time 2008-4-29 02:40:18 |Display all floors

Reply #2 pjtran's post

The pollution in Beijing is not a problem. It is not worse than other polluted cities in the world. The main problem with the weather in Beijing is the sandstorms from west of Beijing. The pollution in Shanghai is because of all the foreigners people pollution. The pollution in Guangzhou is because of all the Guangdong people, and in Baiyun district all the Africans and Indians.

Guangdong used to be China's Australia and all the criminals were sent there because Guangdong and Hong Kong were just low quality barbarians, even before the white barbarians came to kill.

China has hundreds of better places than BJ, SH and GZ.

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Post time 2008-4-30 20:21:11 |Display all floors
yeah, Hangzhou is also a well-known city in China. But BJ,SH and GZ have a lot of foreign friends working there, so they are more representative to all the people living in China. After all, I love my Wenzhou!!!

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