1、What are some of the stranger things you've seen in Chinese airports?
回答1：The amount of VIP rooms.
China Mobile VIP Room, China Unicom VIP Room, Ctrip VIP Room, along with the airline lounges.
回答2：Walking through Beijing airport for the first time, saw my first Chinese toddler in 'crotchless' trousers, (without a nappy either) that was a shock, but nothing to the next second when the toddlers mother picked him up by the knees and allowed him to urinate right there in the middle of the airport concourse, my neck almost did a full 360!
回答3：In the Shanghai airport, there are no vending machines, at least at the international departure area. I was looking for a bottle of water and they didn't have any. The only drink available that wasn't at a restaurant was warm water in a paper cone.
2、How many one night stands you had in china?
Just answer the Question......no one judge me here
回答1：I got married (to a Chinese lady) before I came here so none. I'm old (period) fashioned that way.
回复1：you counted them all?!!!!!!!.......do you remember them by the name also?
回复2：38675 ／ 365 ～ 106 years
38675 ／ 365 ～ 106年
回答3：Do I include hookers?
回答4：:None because I'm somewhat old-fashioned. It's been my experience that people who sleep around a lot can't seem to hold a stable relationship for long.
回答5：Only been with one woman in China. And that is my wife. I did hug my mother in law once, but I don't think that counts.
3、问题：Since you've lived in China, which products have risen in price?
Seems a lot of things have gone way way up in price, especially food (and rent), since I arrived in China two years ago. Which ones in particular have you found went way up?
回答1："RMB" !! it was 0.12$. .. now is 0.16$
回答2：Almost everything..............and the RMB becomes HIGHER AND HIGHER compared to other currencies such as USD....etc
回答3：eggs are quite famous
-real estate should go down, but hasn't followed logical market trends, as nouveau riche Chinese don't understand economics
4、Best city to live in China?
I'm planning to move to China in August - I was wondering what would be the best city to live in for me? I'm a 23 year old Australian male who recently finished my degree. I'm planning to do a bit of English teaching while I'm there. Id like a friendly city with a great nightlife, easy to get around and things to do during the day. I was thinking Shanghai but are there any other options?
回答1：You would find more friendly places than Shanghai. It's all hustle and bustle. Try the cities around it like Nanjing, Suzhou or Hangzhou. Perhaps they still have more of the charm you are looking for. Plus the nightlife.
回答2：I'll never live in Shanghai, Beijing or Guangzhou...not for me
I live in Xiamen and will probably stay for some years, if I can. (I'm staying next year)
A warm, clean, beautiful & friendly city on the coast, the air is good too.
Foreigners from many countries...anything western is available.
Night life is good enough, depends on what you like, beach parties every 2 weeks
now also. For me good night life in China is only in those 3 big cities and Chengdu maybe (I've heard). I hate pop culture and KTV. Underground culture is not the same like back home, unfortunately
回答3：Beijing and Shanghai are great cause it's a little more western, which you will appreciate when you live in China. Shenzhen is cool cause Hong Kong is right there and Qingdao is gorgeous.
回答4：I dont like the massive cities like Bejing, Shanghai, or Guangzhou. I do love the country side, and have spent some time travel around it, but I dont think I would want to live in too small of a place.
Chengdu was awesome, and I would recommend it. There are lots of cool places around it you can go see, and the city has a good feel.
Dalian is my favorite. Its nicely developed, easy to get around. Friendly people. Most actually know what a queue is (more than other places at least). Just an all around good place to live.
回答5：Shenzhen has great nightlife..tons of expats...many expat areas with western restaurants and bars...the weather is nice year round...you are 30 minute train ride from Hong Kong and the women here are the hottest in the country (IMO).
People complain that there is a lack of culture and history here but if you don't care too much about these things then Shenzhen is the best.
I would pick Guangzhou as a second choice.
回答6：Of the big cities i've visited (Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Chengdu) i'd have to say Shanghai every time, the place has a lot of atmosphere. I live in Guangxi though, in which i've lived in Beihai, Liuzhou, Guilin and Nanning, and of these cities i'd recommend Guilin, it's clean, beautiful, an hour from Yangshuo (always a laugh there) and it's got all the night-life you could need. Plenty of ex-pats too, but nothing like the big coastal cities.