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  1. Hi. Finally moving out of China but I am worried about how to get my bigger item, a desktop PC to come with me. Does anyone know a company that specializes in moving things such as this? Or perhaps one that rents small shipping containers for not over the top prices? Looking to get it moved to Vancouver Canada. I will be inland a bit but fairly near Vancouver.
  2. Moving and if I can't find a reliable shipping company I will be selling two computer systems. System one is older, running an i5 2500k+ and geforce 570, this is fairly cheap and good for older games (will struggle with new games on ultra) and word processing. System two is a gaming system, i7490k, 16gb 2333hz ram, nvidia geforce 960 gtx, etc etc. Even has one of the best air cooling cases ever made (the metal Silverstone FT-02) and the CPU is watercooled. No time at the moment to list a firm price but it will be the current market value of the parts minus a large chunk for it being used. I'm fairly reasonable. Can provide photos on request and more specific specs via email ignitar@ hotmail dot com
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    Au pair contract ... Help?!

    Find a new family? or demand one from the company? You may think about becoming a monkey English teacher That said, becoming a nanny slave wasn't the best idea. Sounds like you need to mark your territory. They will (and are) running you over. Keep in mind they believe they are superior than you. They have more money, and with the typical Chinese superiority complex are "better" than you. Start on a monday and track your hours, maybe on a paper in plain view. After you hit 30, stop picking the little shit of a kid up from work.
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    Armpit hair to stay

    Hairy armpits is a bad sign though. Likely means bad odor, a hairy unwashed bush, and in general poor hygiene. I find arm hair like facial hair on women, revolting.
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    What are the best three words after sex??

    Easier to understand now?
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    Part-time waiter Bar&Restaurant 100 RMB/3hrs

    33 yuan an hour :) Might as well find a Chinese website to post this.
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    What are the best three words after sex??

    invite my sister
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    Some insight into Chinese health system needed

    Costs me 10 to see mine in a Greentown hospital :) He even knows basic English. More likely the hospital gets big bonuses for the more medicine they can dish out. See: http://www.chinasmack.com/2014/stories/hallway-doctor-controversy-mianyang-hospital-staff-strike.html
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    Do you have babies/children in Hanghzou?

    Posting for a friend. She is looking for friends in west Xihu around her daughter's age (10). She was in the USA for a while and can speak English pretty well.
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    Looking to buy protein powder...

    Isn't there some really good shop from SH? I remember San linked it a while ago...
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    NewworldESL offers the most reliable ESL jobs in China!

    I love it when these retards ask for copies of all your documents before you even contact them for the first time.
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    Peeing in the Supermarket

    Many of the urban population are also getting the fu ck out of China.
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    One to one English teacher

    Not sure if serious...
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    Do you have babies/children in Hanghzou?

    Bad has many different definitions. Also, look at the school system here. I feel sorry for students.
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    Hangzhou Echo English or DDDragon - reviews?

    At least in Canada there was a fair vote on the subject, twice. Imagine a fair vote in say Hong Kong. Landslide!