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在中国生活是什么感觉

What is it like to live in China?

在中国生活是什么感觉

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Cathy Lee, worked at Automatic Data Processing

Come to China, stay for months, you will konw

来中国,呆上几个月,你就知道什么感觉了

Mario Rossi, 5th year in China
As foreigner it feels like to be alien sometimes.. To be obeserved and everything you do is always considered “oh, foreigners are like this, look, how different from us..” in every single aspect of your life. Indeed i agree, I’m different from Chinese, but still i find strange to group all foreigners as the same, anyway that thing doesn’t concern me too much.

Feelings are different according to where you live in China. In big city like Shanghai may be exciting, a small suburb is really boring and completely lower level compared to wester countries. There are more suburbs than city centers..

Overall is nothing special really.. I’ve lived in a few countries and China is not so special.

作为外国人,有时候感觉自己是外星人。一直被盯着看。你的一举一动都被盯着,“哦,外国人是这样的啊。瞧,跟我们多么不一样。”

没错,我是和中国人不一样。但不是每个外国人都一个样的。

看你呆在中国哪个地方喽,感觉是不一样的

在上海等大城市,生活也许是激动人心的,在郊区也许是枯燥的,跟西方国家比起来,层次低多了。

总的来说,中国生活没啥特别的。我在好几个国家呆过,中国经历并非那么特别

Zhang Tao, I am a Chinese college student.

shenzhen,a house only 6m^2, 880kRMB.

深圳,绝版小户型,6平米精装,一口价88万

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Ryan Hou, Software engineer
In China, there are metropolises like Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, etc. and there are fantastic foods and scenery spots like this:

中国有北京、上海、香港等大都市。有好吃的美食,有这样的风景

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Muhammed Sahel, works at India
all i can say is its all wrong..

you must live there to see what its like ..
my friend did MBBS from china ... he used to say its a great country with rich cultures..

亲身体会过,才知道是什么感觉。

我朋友在中国读临床医学学士,他说,中国是一个伟大的国家,有着丰富的文化

Cloud Bai, Native Chinese that born and living in China.

Not bad, i think.
No guns and low criminal rate, and if you have your own homes, it is good.

枪支管制,犯罪率低。如果有自己的房子,那就好了

Lucinda Chao, A college girl major in Food Science&Technology :)

China is of a large population so sometimes it's too crowded to take a subway…

中国人口多,有时候坐地铁很拥挤

Vic Castro
Life in China isn't all that bad. You will develop a busy and new lifestyle, that's all. There are many great places to live in China, after all, every place has their beauty too.

中国生活不算糟。呆久了,你会养成一个忙碌的生活方式。中国有很多令人向往的地方,每个地方有其美丽之处

Jamie Cawley, Author of "Beliefs and the world they have created. Lives in China

I am English buy have lived in China (Beijing and Shanghai for 4 years). Once you get used to it, it feels exactly like living in England and more familiar than living in Greece where I have also lived.

我是英国人,在北京和上海住了4年了。

一旦习惯了中国生活,就感觉跟在英国生活一样,比住在希腊更习惯,我也在希腊呆过

Leo J Bach, PhD in Eng., Quant Trader, Lifelong Learner, World Traveler
I found China really lacking of diversity. Even it says there are over 50 ethnics. All are pretty much assimilated, particularly as the so-called development goes. That makes life quite boring after sometime.

虽然中国号称有50多个民族,不过还是感觉中国缺乏多样性。

很多文化被吸收了,特别是所谓的发展。有时候觉得生活好无聊

Mehmet Oney, lived in China (2015-2017)
Answered Jul 5, 2016

Simply, those issues make you suffer and go suicidal.

language barrier
internet (even with vpn, it is so slow, get use to watch stream videos at 240p)
not able to find medicines or foods that you get used to
fucking loud grocery speakers from 9am to 7pm (even on sundays)
fireworks every fcking day 7/24
worst cigarettes ever
fake booze
fake of everything (I even saw 3 fake apple stores.. telecom companies sell fake samsung mobiles at their branches, imagine the rest)
skinny women (damn till the time I came over here, my libido is on the ground)
no cold water no cold beer.. (when you ask for cold beer, they bring ice :)
people r spitting around with large throat cleaning,(sorry don’t know the english of it) at offices, at streets, everywhere..
chinese food is nice, I am not a picky person but someone need to teach them about butchery. They cook all meat with bones and cartilages. damn.

以下问题会逼得你去自杀的:

语言不通,上网速度慢,即便用VPN打开,速度也很慢,找不到平时常吃的药和食物。

从早上9点到下午7点,杂货店里的喇叭一直吵个不停。

一天到晚燃放烟花炮竹。

什么都有假货(我还看过3家冒牌的苹果店,电信公司的营业厅卖假的三星手机)

女人瘦瘦的(来到这里后,我的性欲碎了一地)

没有冷的水,没有冷的啤酒(你要冷的啤酒,他们就给你拿来冰啤)

到处有人清嗓子吐痰

中国菜好吃,我不挑食。中国人做菜,把肉连同骨头一起做的,我勒个去。

Maciej Pas, Simplifying China

It is really up to you and your attitude. If you’re from outside of Asia, it will be very different. Where you live, what you do, what you choose to accept and what you choose to ignore will greatly impact your experience.

这要看你了,看你的态度。如果来自亚洲以外的国家,中国会给你带来耳目一新的感觉。

你住在哪个地方,从事什么职业,你的选择,都会给你带来完全不一样的体验。

Dimitri Vallette, Director of Events at Mars Media (2014-present)

Asking how it is like to live in China is the same as asking how it's like to live in Europe. China is so big that it's different everywhere.

As a foreigner, living in Shanghai is great. It's the most international city you can find in China which makes it very easy to live if you do not speak Chinese. You will find a lot of imported products, luxury brands and so on…

However, if live in a much smaller city like let's say Hefei, you will have a much different experience.

问在中国生活的感觉,类似问在欧洲生活的感觉。中国太大了,每个地方都不一样

作为外国人,在上海生活是很棒的。上海是一座国际化大都市。你不会说中文,生活也很方便。有很多进口商品,奢侈品等

如果住在小得多的城市,比如合肥,体验会完全不一样。

As far as I'm concerned, I've been living in Shanghai for two years, and I absolutely love it. I got to travel and live (for a short period of time) to many other Chinese cities like Hangzhou, Beijing, Chingqing, Wuhan, Xiamen and Shenzhen just to name a few, and none compare to Shanghai.

If you can speak Chinese, living in those cities will definitely be much easier than for someone who doesn't speak the language, but don't expect to live better than in Shanghai I think.

我在上海呆了两年了,完全喜欢上了上海。我去过其他中国城市玩,比如杭州、北京、重庆、武汉、厦门和深圳,没有一个能和上海比的

如果会说中文,在以上中国城市生活会方便得多,但是别指望生活体验有上海好。

Also, transportation in Shanghai is amazing. Rare are the times when I need an app to get a taxi because it doesn't take time to find one and it's cheap.

That being said, it also comes down to where you come from. As a North American, French, German, Swedish etc, China may not be good because the country isn't as developed. However, if someone from a poor country moves to Shanghai (and has a decent salary), he will find Shanghai amazing.

上海交通很方便。而且不贵。

总之,看你来自哪个国家了。如果来自北美、法国、德国和瑞典,中国也许没那么好,没有那么发达。然而,如果你来自穷国,那么到上海后,你会有惊艳的感觉的。

John Lombard, Founder of "The Language of Culture" | Consultant | Speaker

Impossible to answer. Depends on so many variables.

Where do you live? Is it in a big international city like Beijing or Shanghai? A smaller coastal city, like Dalian or Xiamen? A smaller inland city, like Xi'an or Chengdu? In rural, more undeveloped areas?

Living in all of those areas will yield entirely different experiences.

Then what about your abilities and personality? Are you someone who picks up new languages easily? Or is it difficult? Do you adapt to new cultures quickly, or do you find cultural differences frustrating? Are you someone who likes a sense of being in control, of being able to predict and handle situations? Or someone who is flexible, who thrives on change and unexpected situations?

Every one of these factors will change an individual's answer to your question. I know people who've come to China and loved it (I've been here more than 23 years myself); others who couldn't stand it, who couldn't wait to get out. I can point you to a huge list of names of people who could go on forever and ever about how wonderful their China experiences were; and another list of people who could go on and on about how terrible China was, how they hated every moment there.

很难回答。要看你住哪里?是住在北京和上海这样的国际化城市?还是住在大连和厦门这样的沿海较小城市?

还是住在西安和成都这样的内陆城市?还是住在农村,住在欠发达地区?

住在不同的地方,留下的体验肯定不同。

还要看你的能力,你的个性?你是很容易就能学会一门语言的人吗?你能迅速适应新的文化吗?

还是说你会对文化差异感到沮丧?你喜欢被控制的感觉吗,你能掌控局势吗?你是灵活的吗,能应对各种变化吗?

以上都是决定你在中国体验的因素。

我认识一些来了中国后喜欢上中国的人,我自己在中国呆了23年了。有的人待不下去,迫不及待想离开。

Jacob Gadikian

Do not buy the hype. Life in China is very much like life anywhere else-- people work, there is an inequality problem, kids go to school, mail is delivered, and society is imperfect.

I don't know where you are writing from but look around you-- I bet you see those same things around you. On the topic of internet censorship, well, in the USA it is done by companies instead of the government, but it is still done. Views outside the mainstream are squelched in order to preserve stability. This is wrong and I am against it, but what you need to understand is that the practice is almost universal.

If you really want to know, stop asking others and go there yourself. Living in China for a while literally caused a renaissance in my being and I cannot be happier that I chose to do so. It was really one of the pivotal moments in my life.

中国生活,跟在其他地方的生活没啥多大不同。人们忙着上班,也存在不平等的问题,孩子去上学,社会也不是完美的

至于互联网审查的问题,幸运彩票注册网址导航的审查是公司在做,不是政府在做,不过还是有审查的。

为了维护稳定,主流外的观点会被过滤掉。我反对这种做法,不过这种做法几乎全世界都在用

真的想知道在中国生活的感觉,那就自己亲身去体验吧。在中国住上一段时间就知道了

Ray Comeau, A decade in China, interest in geopolitics

Living in China is just like living in any huge country with a very long history and a diversity of socio-economics. There are poor people and extremely wealthy people and those in-between. There are large modern cities to ancient farm villages. The diversity in the country is amazing. Unfortunately most people rarely travel enough within the country to see what it has to offer.

The people are friendly and easy going. Major cities are not that different from any other in the world. Despite the usual BS from western media, who are largely ignorant of what happens on the street in China; the foreigner will hard pressed finding "oppression" of the people. In fact many will see the locals having as many freedoms on a daily basis as anyone from Europe to North America.

住在中国,就是住在一个大国的感觉,中国有着悠久的历史,丰富的文化,社会经济多样性。有一贫如洗的穷人,也有超级富人,也有中产阶级。

有现代化的大城市,也有古老的农村。这个国家的多样性让人惊艳。遗憾地是,很多人在中国就是走马观花而已。

中国人民友好,很好相处。中国的大城市,和其他国家的大城市无二异。西方媒体对中国街上发生的事情一无所知,报道有失偏颇。而外国人来中国很难找到所谓的“压迫”。其实,你会发现中国人也是和欧美人一样自由的。

John Jerles, Father, Husband, Computer Geek, Amateur Photographer, Gamer, World Traveler

I lived in China for 7 years in places like Guangzhou, Wuhan and Dalian. So, I might be able to answer your question.

Short Answer: Depends.

Long Answer: It really depends on you as to what life will be like.

When I was in China, I loved about 80% of my daily life there. I had good friends, I loved my job and I loved the food. (Most of it anyway.)

我在中国住了7年,呆过广州、武汉和大连。我还是有资格回答这个问题的。简而言之就是,看情况。

我在中国时,80%的生活,是我喜欢的,我有好友,有我喜欢我的工作,我喜欢中国美食。

Some things to understand when living in a country like China (or any country where the vast majority of the country is one race).

You are an oddity and will be stared at. A lot. Not so much in the big cities, but if you are in the country side, then expect it to be constant. The locals don't mean anything by it, but you are one of a handful of non-Chinese they have ever seen.
Food. The food is different from where you come from. Be adventurous, try everything. My motto was, if it doesn't kill the locals, it most likely won't kill me. I found some great dishes this way, including snake blood fried rice and spicy fish heads.
If you are the type that is easily offended, best not to come. Customs are different there. Best to just say, "I'm not in Kansas anymore Toto" and just inwardly wince and move on.

你会被当做一个怪人而被盯着看。在大城市还好。如果去乡村,那就准备被一直盯着吧。

当地人没有恶意,他们很少看到外国人。

食物也和你在国内吃的不同。冒险的话,可以一个个尝试着吃过去。我的法则是:既然当地人吃不死,我应该也吃不死。

照这样的方法,我找到了一些好吃的菜,比如蛇血炒饭,麻辣鱼头。

如果你容易被冒犯,那最好别来中国。中国习俗不一样。

As for daily life, it varies. For me the morning started with a coke and a bread roll. Then I would drive myself to my office (most people get around by subway or bus or taxi.) At the office, I would work all day have lunch that was prepared by my company cook. (My employees loved this part of the job.) And then return home to a home cooked meal of rice, veggies and some sort of meat cooked for my benefit.

On weekends, I would go shopping (Chinese LOVE huge malls), catch a movie and perhaps hang out with friends (a mixture of foreigners and Chinese).

周末,我会去购物(中国人喜欢大超市),去看电影,或者和朋友一起出去逛(有中国人,也有外国人)

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