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Post time 2011-11-7 09:56:11 |Display all floors
Chinese, generally speaking,  don't like queuing or don't have that patience, but when it comes to Apple, it's a different story. There seems to be a craze for Apple related products. There have been always a long queue in front of an  Apple store.

Now Steve's gone, and Chinese are standing in a line for  his biography. What do Chinese want to know in his book? The key to success?

Look how crazy Chinese are, wake up, has Apple polluted China enough?  Take advantage of cheap labor in china, and dump what you produce with sweat and pain back to China with high prices.

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Post time 2011-11-7 09:58:01 |Display all floors
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Post time 2011-11-7 10:03:03 |Display all floors

#1 So the point is........

you don't like Apple products.

Good for you. You can use Samsung and Android. For the common user, it makes little difference.

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Post time 2011-11-7 14:35:12 |Display all floors

no China, no cheap Apple!

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Post time 2011-11-8 14:54:37 |Display all floors
Chinese don't like queuing up is not true. Chinese always make long queues at famous stalls or restaurants to buy foods. During the last World Expo in Shanghai, I saw Chinese queuing up even though an electronic board showed it would take an estimated 10 HOURS to enter the Saudi Pavilion. 5 to 7 hours for Japan and China pavilions.

So, Chinese queuing up to buy Steve Jobs biography probably shows that a lot of Chinese likes him or are fans of Apple. I bought the book. Great stories

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Post time 2011-11-8 15:12:06 |Display all floors

Reply #2 DSseeing's post

they got taste you got no taste. hahahahahahahahahaha

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Post time 2011-11-9 16:49:59 |Display all floors
I taste dust and smoke as Apple is polluting the air in China

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