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#1 China
27/02/2011 09:46

HD

All,

Currently working in London as a MC. Seriously considering a move to China - would anyone know of consulting firms hiring?

Cheers,

H

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#2 RE: China
27/02/2011 10:22

anon to HD (#1)

Do you speak mandarin chinese? Fluent and with no accent please!

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#3 RE: China
27/02/2011 12:31

anon to anon (#2)

There might be revolution in China very soon - which in my own opinion could spell doom for global economy. Why not wait until the dust settles.

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#4 RE: China
27/02/2011 13:42

Polish Plumber to anon (#3)

I would like to spend a few years in SG or HK at some point.

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#5 RE: China
27/02/2011 19:25

Sir Duncan McBallantyne to Polish Plumber (#4)

I'll have pork balls, kung po beef, stir fry noodles and an egg fried rice please. With a portion of prawn crackers. Yum.

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#6 RE: China
27/02/2011 20:07

anon to Sir Duncan McBallantyne (#5)

much better than..fish and chips...

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#7 RE: China
27/02/2011 20:23

anon to anon (#6)

What if the Libyan-type crisis erupts in China? What will happen to the world economy? Can the UN impose similar sanctions on China?

Just being curious because I can see the handwriting on the wall.

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#8 RE: China
01/03/2011 12:48

HD to anon (#7)

Are there any other relevant comments? end of the day its about $ and China is a hell of a lot more interesting than developed nations

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#9 RE: China
01/03/2011 14:41

someguy to HD (#8)

Early in my career (10ish years ago) I worked in Singapore, and in Beijing and Guangzhou (near HK) - they are worlds apart. Standards of living may have moved on since then but the income inequality was (and likely still is) shocking. If you want a "westernized" Asian work experience with all the mod cons by all means go to HK and SG; I suspect some of you would not last 6 months in mainland China simply because of the pollution, congestion and bone-crushing poverty in all the major cities.

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#10 RE: China
01/03/2011 15:01

Dave to someguy (#9)

You guys that have worked in all these crazy far flung places make me chuckle. You can hardly interview anyone these days without them saying they spent 6 months in "GHFDSKSAFOLLA" and a year in "OERWJRJSLFJSWJKRJKESTAN".

Usually, these same folk who have racked up 500,000 air miles and 25,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions are the ones that sort their eggboxes from their milk bottles and freak out if somebody prints single-sided on a piece of paper.

Bring on peak oil!

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#11 RE: China
01/03/2011 15:20

someguy to Dave (#10)

Dave - tell me more about OERWJRJSLFJSWJKRJKESTAN. Is the E silent? Pls b d'tail'd and d'scriptiv.

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