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Which city do you think is the safest to live in?   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-7-24 11:34:04 |Display all floors
zglobal Post time: 2013-7-24 11:18
I would not put any Australian city on the same level as major Chinese cities for safety.

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Or Melbourne and the recent story about Jill Meagher.

I never roam the streets of Melbourne late at night when I,m there.
Cities in China?
Never felt threatened
What doesn't happen in China is that groups of young drunk guys don't bash someone for "fun" like can happen in the west.

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Post time 2013-7-24 11:52:39 |Display all floors
I read that BJ had something like a dozen or so murders last year.
Given the population.
That is pretty good.
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robert237 Post time: 2013-7-24 10:02
One old man sitting off a very weak black powder device is a "wave of explosions"?
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I think he was trying to draw attention to how corrupt the police are in China.

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robert237 Post time: 2013-7-24 10:49
That's one of the biggest differences between China and the USA.
My wife lived in China until 3 ye ...

No wonder,

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bjLily Post time: 2013-7-24 11:12
It took me a while before I figured out what TAM stands for. Guess it's blocked by the forum.

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Beijing has a high amount of non-violent petty crime. Pick pocketing is pretty common. I was pick pocketed on the subway while I was protecting my 2 year old son from the crowds on the train.  I didn't feel unsafe, but it ticked me off that someone robbed me while I was caring for a child. I tried to console myself by imagining that the pick pocketer needed the money to buy food. Unfortunately, that ended up not being the case. I hope he or she enjoyed the $700 USD worth a goods that he or she bought at Zara using my credit card!

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