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    they put me on Cyprus
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    I'm afraid I'll be bored for the rest of my life

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    I like the avatar you got...





    Anyway, dont be afraid, I am a man with experiance...




    For the greek customs nothing of the above consist an insult, but here is an international forum. Of course I will accept any moderation since I am guest here, but before (erase the middle picture if not all the post), let me clear to you what was my point.
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    Tbh if anything, this test is almost as good as roulette..you may end up choosing answers such as "id prefer the desert" and end up in Japan.

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    I got Belarus. I honesty don't think so.

    I would never consider living in a country with a communist past.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Minty View Post
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    I got Belarus. I honesty don't think so.

    I would never consider living in a country with a communist past.
    Maybe they wouldn't want you in their country anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minty View Post
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    I got Belarus. I honesty don't think so.

    I would never consider living in a country with a communist past.
    I agree, they have skipped very important political and social issues. I got Korea and Japan, but honestly I wouldn't be able to live happily surrounded by such conservative and nationalistic people. Liking their food might be a big question mark too.
    Be wary of people who tend to glorify the past, underestimate the present, and demonize the future.

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    Bolivia, with 60% native population. Sounds about right - I'm European but close to "trans-racial" native.

    The country was named after 19th century independence fighter, Simon Bolivar. Today, 60% of Bolivia’s population is of pure Native American ancestry. Visit Madidi National Park; it has a range of ecosystems — cloud forests, tropical forests and lowland savannas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apsurdistan View Post
    Maybe they wouldn't want you in their country anyway.
    Hey, you know, that is fine with me. In all my life, it has always been the communist Chinese and others requesting me to teach them English for free, etc etc. It has never been the other way round. They love to offer me these languages I do not want to learn.

    Yes, I know China is no longer a real communist, they are extreme socialist. Well, communist countries always sent spies. There was a Chinese women who married some high officials in Australia because she is a spy.

    The Russians were bullying the Chinese, but the mainlanders only see the bullying coming from the Japanese. Recently Panama, chose China over Taiwan. Thanks to China who blocks Taiwan in many things internationally, Taiwan is getting poorer and poorer. There is an increase of prostitutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeBrok View Post
    I agree, they have skipped very important political and social issues. I got Korea and Japan, but honestly I wouldn't be able to live happily surrounded by such conservative and nationalistic people. Liking their food might be a big question mark too.
    Thanks Le Brook for your open-mindedness. If you want to be a successful immigrant you have to learn their language, fit into their culture etc etc. I have done it twice in my life, for me this is plenty. I doubt I would want to do it again. Especially I have no interest or passion for this country.

    I would not want to go to China for holiday because there are too many men over there. I am sure the amount of sexual harassment will happened to me often. This is the same for other countries who have the same problem.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_sex_ratio

    Moreover, their pollution problem is worrisome.

    He is just sour grapes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minty View Post
    The Russians were bullying the Chinese, but the mainlanders only see the bullying coming from the Japanese. Recently Panama, chose China over Taiwan. Thanks to China who blocks Taiwan in many things internationally, Taiwan is getting poorer and poorer. There is an increase of prostitutes.
    I'm sure you know there is reason or two mainland Chinese might be wary of Japan and Taiwan

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    Judging from your comments you're not only sour you sound extremely bitter for whatever reason and very paranoid. You just basically implied that Chinese men are rapists. And only communists are spies. Actually capitalism is taking more privacy and freedom away than communism ever did. Your freedom and rights depend on how much money you have and you can be spied on with your hi-tech gadgets now anytime. Also America just by itself has double or triple or who knows what amount more of spy and intelligence agencies than the Soviet Union or any communists ever did. But you don't care about that cuz you have that mentality of if the pen is red and I point that out to you, you will still for rest of your life claim that it's blue.
    So I won't even waste my time and beat a dead horse.

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    I will say this though about East North East Europeans Russians Etc they don't seem like the most hospitable people I mean I never travel there anything and maybe someone else can offer a more productive insight but that's the impression I get and they're too damn serious all the time. Like Americans Canadians for example they probably don't like foreigners much either nobody really does and they probably can't even locate your country on a map nor do they care to find out but at least they try to act respectful and put a smile on their face.

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    Maybe people shouldn't judge the inhabitants of a country until they've actually had first hand experience there, and even then, it's best to keep in mind that the unpleasant person encountered may not be typical of his or her group.


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    Chile. But I would never live there.

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    That quiz is so amazingly US-biased. It feels like it was designed by someone who has never lived anywhere else! They can't even envisage that for some people Christmas has no significance at all and that religions don't matter for most Europeans and East Asians.

    Anyway I got Japan, which isn't surprising since I have lived there because I had a strong attraction to this country. However it didn't turn out to be very liveable for me. Too muggy summers, too narrow-minded society... And now a strong intolerance to gluten that prevents me from eating out almost anywhere because there is gluten is soy sauce and the lack of gluten-free alternative like in many European countries.

    I have spent at least a few months of my life in nine countries and visited over 50. All in all, I'd say I am happy with Belgium, and could easily live in places like southern England, Denmark, Switzerland, New Zealand, etc.

    For the majority of people moving to another country is a purely theoretical question. From experience I can tell that what looks nice in theory may turn out quite differently in real life, because there are always factors that people fail to consider or just couldn't know until they live in the country, such as cultural compatibility.

    France is great in theory, but there are quite a few things about French society, lifestyle and mindset that would put me off, although some regions are more compatible than others. I mean, come on! How could I live in a place where DNA tests are prohibited? However politically and economically things appear to be set to change for the better with Macron as president.

    Then there is always the issue of the language. I have done my best to learn the language of every country where I have lived while I was there. But unless you are only planning to move as an expat for a few months or years, the affinity with the local language, your ability to learn it, and the idea of living everyday speaking that language for many years should be considered seriously. That's why I am not going to consider moving to Hungary, for instance. Some countries are more accommodating to English speakers than others, like Scandinavian countries where most people can speak reasonable English (although don't expect native levels).

    It's very hard for me to imagine living in the US, except maybe more liberal and less religious enclaves like California, NYC and New England. But even so, I am not sure I'd like the climate, the fact that it is still a gun-based society where religion is omnipresent and where a lot of people have a very antagonistic attitude (lawsuits for anything). Then there is relatively little social protection, and US doesn't care much about protecting its citizens against harmful food additives and other chemicals compared to other developed countries. The EU has banned over 1000 chemicals deemed to be health hazards that are still legal in the US. It's not surprising that life expectancy is rising slower in the US than in OECD countries, and the gap between the US and other developed countries has been widening since the 1990's, especially for women (perhaps because of unregulated, toxic cosmetics). I frankly don't think that quality of life is better in the US than in Western Europe, except maybe for the 1% (not that the 1% in Europe is so much worse off than in America).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    How the heck did this happen?


    HA! Canada

    It would actually be fine, but it's just too damn cold.
    Yet New York State shares a border with it! Do you think it's that much colder in Toronto than in NYC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davef View Post
    I got Beast lol. I don't know why, I guess its bc I was able to answer the brain teasers. Oh and I picked "crash into him from behind, it was his fault anyway" in response to the "what would you do to a driver who constantly blocks your way" question. So much for being the smartest, lol
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    ... and for sure the driver looks like a squirell inside it... (it is the typical cars you have to stand on your feet to close the windows)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Apsurdistan View Post
    Judging from your comments you're not only sour you sound extremely bitter for whatever reason and very paranoid. You just basically implied that Chinese men are rapists. And only communists are spies. Actually capitalism is taking more privacy and freedom away than communism ever did. Your freedom and rights depend on how much money you have and you can be spied on with your hi-tech gadgets now anytime. Also America just by itself has double or triple or who knows what amount more of spy and intelligence agencies than the Soviet Union or any communists ever did. But you don't care about that cuz you have that mentality of if the pen is red and I point that out to you, you will still for rest of your life claim that it's blue.
    So I won't even waste my time and beat a dead horse.
    Look, you are obviously taking offence of the first comment I made about communism. I never said ALL people in communist countries are bad.

    It is true I do not like communism, and will never consider living in a country that has a communist past or is still a communist country.

    Having said that I do have girlfriends from countries who either have a communist past or is still communist today.

    I do not share the same mentality with countries with communist rulers where I have to adapt to their communist values while staying there.

    With regards to China, I am not implying that Chinese men are rapist. However, due to severe insufficient women in mainland China, I will be subject to at least sexual harassment. This logic will apply to other countries where there are severe shortages of women such as India for example.

    Even in France, or back in Australia I had encountered sexual harassment and none of these countries have severe shortage of women, I don't see why I will not get it in China.

    I am not paranoid! My experiences were real and are real. In capitalist societies, we don’t forced women to take abortion. They spared the Chinese who have power in China and let them have their second child but this is the way they treat those who are weak.

    Well, some animals were more equal than others after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkoZ View Post
    I'm sure you know there is reason or two mainland Chinese might be wary of Japan and Taiwan
    The Chinese are not wary of Taiwan or Japan. The mainlanders are doing all they can to contain Taiwan. With regards to japan, they are doing all they can to compete with Japan. They are very wary of the US or any other countries they are sending spies to.

    My family is from a literature background. Our surname Liu 劉, is an aristocrat surname.

    Today, none of my family still lives in Taiwan. Not so sure about the spy issues nowadays. I am too busy with my life. However, in the 1950s mainland China used to sent spies to Taiwan to contain the aristocrats. They wanted to erase literate people. Mao 毛 even thanked the Japanese for what they did, otherwise he would not have had the opportunity to become China's president, considering that he was from a peasant class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maciamo View Post
    Yet New York State shares a border with it! Do you think it's that much colder in Toronto than in NYC?
    There's absolutely no comparison. It's bone chillingly cold there, and incredibly snowy, all of that made worse by terrible winds. That bone chilling cold and enormous amounts of snow are funneled to some degree down the Mohawk Valley in upstate New York from Buffalo to somewhat east of Syracuse. It's called the "snow belt". The rest of upstate New York is no picnic either. Montreal, which I like a lot more may even be colder.

    New York City (the five boroughs), coastal areas of Connecticut, and especially Long Island, are very different. It's the ocean effect, again, especially for Long Island, which is completely surrounded by water, connected to Manhattan only by bridges and tunnels.

    The climate and the flora here is more similar to that of Virginia. That's why bushes like azaleas and rhododendrons flourish. The winters last from December through perhaps the middle of March. That's in comparison to the inland lake areas where it can start snowing in late October and it can last into April. Some years, it will snow only three or four times here, whereas in most of Canada, and indeed in parts of upstate New York and New England they're buried in it for weeks or months at a time.

    That said, the U.S. is like a continent in comparison to countries in Europe. You can find any type of climate you fancy. The climate in California is spectacular. Some people also like the northwest, because the climate is very mild, but I wouldn't be able to tolerate the endless grey skies and rain. I also personally like parts of the southwest for climate, like Albuquerque and Santa Fe. If you like tropical there's also Florida. If you can manage two homes, it can't get much better than splitting your time between Florida and New York/Penn./New England. If you really have to choose as you get older, three to four months of living indoors in air-conditioning versus three to four months living indoors in the central heat is what you're really talking about.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Minty View Post
    Look, you are obviously taking offence of the first comment I made about communism. I never said ALL people in communist countries are bad.

    It is true I do not like communism, and will never consider living in a country that has a communist past or is still a communist country.

    Having said that I do have girlfriends from countries who either have a communist past or is still communist today.

    I do not share the same mentality with countries with communist rulers where I have to adapt to their communist values while staying there.

    With regards to China, I am not implying that Chinese men are rapist. However, due to severe insufficient women in mainland China, I will be subject to at least sexual harassment. This logic will apply to other countries where there are severe shortages of women such as India for example.

    Even in France, or back in Australia I had encountered sexual harassment and none of these countries have severe shortage of women, I don't see why I will not get it in China.

    I am not paranoid! My experiences were real and are real. In capitalist societies, we don’t forced women to take abortion. They spared the Chinese who have power in China and let them have their second child but this is the way they treat those who are weak.

    Well, some animals were more equal than others after all.
    Yeah? What are these "communist" values you're talking about you despise so much? If you don't like certain things about China that doesn't mean it has to do anything with communism itself. Communism is a socio-political idea and different people interpret it and practice or have practiced it in different ways. In my opinion none of them did it right, they were failed attempts. In my country of ex-Yugoslavia it was called socialism and there were many things about that system that people actually quite a lot of them think it was good and people did live better then than they do now. Not to mention the stability and peace between different religious ethnicities it was maintaining. And even in former Soviet Union over 50% of those populations think it was a bad thing that it collapsed. They're all wrong and you're right? You're so much smarter than them you know what's better for them? Don't make ignorant blanket statements about things you don't really understand.
    What does the Chinese one child policy have to do with communism? That was a cultural thing. You're lumping way too many things together, it's very shortsighted and simplistic. Grow up the world is full of hypocrisy.

    And no matter what your dumb excuse is what you said was rude and borderline racist. My reply to that was merely natural and logical, any country you criticize the way you do in an awfully ignorant generalizing way wouldn't welcome you to live there.And you apparently got triggered by that.

    and you talk so much about China's demographic problems what about Japan? There's more and more lonely men in Japan and it's not because of a shortage of women and the demographics of that country look depressing within a few decades it's going to be a very old population.

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    Well Apsurdistan, it seems you still got feelings for Communism, and still think it may help mankind achieve a true Utopia .. then I invite you .. to join us !! the International Society for Robotic Socialism, our motto is "let the robots do the work", because when humans did it, I mean .. just look at north korea

    If you joined, you will be the number two of the organization, because the movement is still young, as I'm speaking we are currently one member, but with your charismatic leadership, WE WILL PREVAIL !!

    Our goal is to build a one world government, ruled by the gospel of Robotic Communism !!



    well that was weird .. I felt I was possessed .. it must have been the ghost of Karl Marx !!

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    0 out of 1 members found this post helpful.
    People from the countries of the former Soviet Bloc are living in a time warp, imo, about forty to fifty years behind the times or even more considering that some countries in that bloc were really not part of most of the currents of thought of the western world even before that.

    They need to travel and experience the realities of the western world instead of relying on the filtered version of reality which is all they were exposed to for so many years.

    Anyone who doesn't know that both communism and fascism are discredited scourges of humanity which belong on the scrap heap of history really doesn't have a clue.

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    Ah, the truth hurts, doesn't it Dinarid?

    The ultimate proof of that truth is the a-scientific, illogical, and sometimes even delusional posts made by your compatriots on this forum.

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