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Mortimer
07-13-2015, 08:03 AM
If you could would you live in East Asia (even if its only for a period of time to make some experiences) and where? I would live in China

Bezprym
07-13-2015, 08:17 AM
I would like to see and maybe live for a while in South Korea and Japan. But only if I would speak a language.

Mortimer
07-13-2015, 08:28 AM
I would like to see and maybe live for a while in South Korea and Japan. But only if I would speak a language.

i would do too, i would also learn the languages, but i prefer china

Antimage
07-13-2015, 08:29 AM
korea

♥ Lily ♥
07-13-2015, 08:30 AM
HK, Singapore or Tokyo. I'd love to see the Symphony of Lights (which is the worlds largest laser lights and music show held each evening over the skyscrapers in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour,) and experience a ride on the worlds fastest bullet-train in China and see the amazing bridges and the city of Shanghai which has an amazing skyline with twice as many unusual skyscrapers than New York and they're going to build several thousand more there. Chinese companies own much of the world now.

I'd love to visit Japan as I love both sushi and frushi and cherry blossom trees and bonsai trees. I'd love to walk through the amazing Wisteria Tunnel they have in the very wealthy small islands of Japan and also see the worlds oldest cherry blossom tree. I think the Japanese have a lot to admire in their culture; they're very sensible and use elegant sun parasols and drink a lot of green tea, they're very polite, they're intelligent and produce a lot of great technology, they're very hard-working, and despite 2 atomic bombs and weapons of mass destruction being used on them by the US, and major earthquakes, tsunami flood disasters, and a nuclear flood leak... they still have a wealthy and highly productive and hard-working nation with very long life-spans. And Tokyo is a very modern and advanced city, but it's also the greenest city.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLk4wThr2wk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNG3I3-3TdI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7PjnrqJCQg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEowbmxLqEM

Mortimer
07-13-2015, 08:34 AM
HK, Singapore or Tokyo. Although I can find Chinese food and people in London's China Town as there's so many cultures here that it's like the world in one city. But I'd love to see the Symphony of the Lights (laser lights and music each evening over the skyscrapers) in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour.

sounds like great choices. tokyo and hong kong are also my favourite cities in east asia

Iloko
07-13-2015, 08:43 AM
Bonifacio Global City, Philippines,,, because it would be a cheaper alternative to Singapore, very modern etc:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQtgqOmmTYc
I would get married, have children, and if I had enough money I would send my kids to the Manila International School there (as shown in the video).

Though my first choice would actually be Singapore or Japan, but too pricey.

Lawalye
07-13-2015, 08:48 AM
Taiwan is great !

♥ Lily ♥
07-13-2015, 09:43 AM
sounds like great choices. tokyo and hong kong are also my favourite cities in east asia

Did you like the skyline in the 'Shanghai - City Of The Future' video I posted too?

Seoul in Korea also looks beautiful.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIHnSRyQr4o

Deneb
07-13-2015, 01:08 PM
For sure. In Seoul or Tokyo. Although China doesn't attract me.

aksakallicocuk
07-13-2015, 03:45 PM
definetely Japan.

Mortimer
07-14-2015, 04:06 AM
Did you like the skyline in the 'Shanghai - City Of The Future' video I posted too?

Seoul in Korea also looks beautiful.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIHnSRyQr4o

yes i liked it

Henrymark
07-14-2015, 04:09 AM
Sorry I live in South Asia Bangladesh.

XenophobicPrussian
07-14-2015, 04:22 AM
Only if I looked like them. I'd probably pick Japan, I actually prefer east Asian infrastructure(very urban, small, tight streets) to Western infrastructure.

Hong Kong looks like the best city and while the majority of the people descent from northern Chinese snow people, I don't like the climate of Hong Kong. Singapore has an Indian/Bangladesh/South Asian problem. China is too overpopulated and not as rich at the moment.

The Koreans and Japanese are pretty racist people, and rightfully so, I don't want to impose on them. I myself respect East Asian culture but I'd still prefer want to be around people who look similar to me.

I may put a Longbowman and get an east Asian chick, have kids, indoctrinate them to only intermarry another Asian and for him to indoctrinate that kid to intermarry another Asian. By then that descendant would look almost fully Asian and he'd be able to fit in east Asia quite well(pretty sure Longbowman is only doing the first step though, shame), while Europe is burning from the Afros and Arabs and America is burning from the Mexicans and Afro-Americans. Europe doesn't seem to have much of a long term future, so.

zhaoyun
07-14-2015, 04:25 AM
I'd live in Shanghai, which is like the New York and Paris of China and very cosmopolitan. It is also very easy to get around. And the good thing is that it is still within China, so you are connected to the foremost country and economy of the region. It has the most amazing architecture out of all cities in Asia (from hyper modern to Western colonial to traditional Chinese), and has a very strong charming vibe as well as local culture.

https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7693/17543026730_514b669c82_b.jpg

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http://ww2.sinaimg.cn/large/4679dbbfjw1elvysfqglaj210d0kk4ok.jpg

http://www.mildchina.com/imagetour/shanghaixintianditravelguide2.jpg

Also, Shanghainese girls, and Jiangnan (Eastern China) girls in particular, are known for their delicate features and refinement.

http://www.chinawhisper.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Dai-Jiaoqian.jpg

http://www.chinawhisper.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/ye-zixuan.jpg

http://www.chinawhisper.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Tang-Yan.jpg

zhaoyun
07-14-2015, 04:31 AM
Only if I looked like them. I'd probably pick Japan, I actually prefer east Asian infrastructure(very urban, small, tight streets) to Western infrastructure.

Hong Kong looks like the best city and while the majority of the people descent from northern Chinese snow people, I don't like the climate of Hong Kong. Singapore has an Indian/Bangladesh/South Asian problem. China is too overpopulated and not as rich at the moment.

The Koreans and Japanese are pretty racist people, and rightfully so, I don't want to impose on them. I myself respect East Asian culture but I'd still prefer want to be around people who look similar to me.

I may put a Longbowman and get an east Asian chick, have kids, indoctrinate them to only intermarry another Asian and for him to indoctrinate that kid to intermarry another Asian. By then that descendant would look almost fully Asian and he'd be able to fit in east Asia quite well(pretty sure Longbowman is only doing the first step though, shame), while Europe is burning from the Afros and Arabs and America is burning from the Mexicans and Afro-Americans. Europe doesn't seem to have much of a long term future, so.

Hong Kong is actually a Cantonese city, so very Southern Chinese.

A Northern Chinese city would be Beijing, Qingdao, Dalian, Shenyang, Hohhot, Xi'an, etc.

Also, Mainland China actually has less population density than Japan/Korea/HK, etc, or anywhere else in East Asia. It's only because it is so much bigger, that the overall population is bigger. Many of the coastal Mainland Chinese cities such as Shanghai, etc are already at or approaching the wealth/development levels of the developed East Asian countries as well.

XenophobicPrussian
07-14-2015, 04:38 AM
Hong Kong is actually a Cantonese city, so very Southern Chinese.

A Northern Chinese city would be Beijing, Qingdao, Dalian, Shenyang, Hohhot, Xi'an, etc.

Also, Mainland China actually has less population density than Japan/Korea/HK, etc, or anywhere else in East Asia. It's only because it is so much bigger, that the overall population is bigger. Many of the coastal Mainland Chinese cities such as Shanghai, etc are already at or approaching the wealth/development levels of the developed East Asian countries as well.
The majority of Hong Kong people are made up of Nationalist party China Chinese refugees from the British colonial era fleeing the Communists in the North during WW2 and the civil war. The natives are Cantonese and they speak Cantonese but they're still northern. Beijing alone is a major source for the migrants.

Also, I disagree on Shanghai having the most amazing architecture. Well, atleast when looking at their skylines. Hong Kong by far has the nicest looking, most futuristic and largest skyline in the world. Shanghai is still up there though. It's crazy that China pretty much has dozens of cities like this while America only has 2 pretty much(NY/Chicago, and even those have so much open space) and Europe pretty much has none other than a tiny Frankfurt and London skyline.

Taiguaitiaoghyrmmumin
07-14-2015, 04:41 AM
Id probably live in China. Japan snice living of standard wise they are good too supposebly

zhaoyun
07-14-2015, 04:44 AM
The majority of Hong Kong people are made up of Nationalist party China Chinese refugees from the British colonial era fleeing the Communists in the North. The natives are Cantonese and they speak Cantonese but they're still northern. Beijing alone is a major source for the migrants.

Also, I disagree on Shanghai having the most amazing architecture. Well, atleast when looking at their skylines. Hong Kong by far has the nicest looking, most futuristic and largest skyline in the world.

Hong Kong people are primarily descended from migrants from Guangdong province, and to a lesser extent (maybe less than 10%) from Fujian, Shanghai, etc. But very few are descended from actual Northern Chinese. HK people are very much archetypical Southern Chinese.

But yes, I would say Hong Kong has pretty amazing modern architecture. I think it's between HK and Shanghai as far as the competition for the best modern skyline in Asia.

Hong Kong

http://nikonites.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=21560

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Shanghai

http://www.sbs.com.au/news/sites/sbs.com.au.news/files/styles/full/public/20140820001017272435-original_shanghai_skyline_aap.jpg?itok=jI-hz5zS&mtime=1414543635

Soleil
07-14-2015, 04:44 AM
I used to visit China every summer as my grandfather is Chinese and he still has family there.

Gooding
07-14-2015, 04:47 AM
I'd like to spend some time in Hokkaido and maybe Tokyo.

Mortimer
07-14-2015, 04:49 AM
who is more racist, europeans or east asians? many think east asians are racist, i cant believe that


Only if I looked like them. I'd probably pick Japan, I actually prefer east Asian infrastructure(very urban, small, tight streets) to Western infrastructure.

Hong Kong looks like the best city and while the majority of the people descent from northern Chinese snow people, I don't like the climate of Hong Kong. Singapore has an Indian/Bangladesh/South Asian problem. China is too overpopulated and not as rich at the moment.

The Koreans and Japanese are pretty racist people, and rightfully so, I don't want to impose on them. I myself respect East Asian culture but I'd still prefer want to be around people who look similar to me.

I may put a Longbowman and get an east Asian chick, have kids, indoctrinate them to only intermarry another Asian and for him to indoctrinate that kid to intermarry another Asian. By then that descendant would look almost fully Asian and he'd be able to fit in east Asia quite well(pretty sure Longbowman is only doing the first step though, shame), while Europe is burning from the Afros and Arabs and America is burning from the Mexicans and Afro-Americans. Europe doesn't seem to have much of a long term future, so.

XenophobicPrussian
07-14-2015, 04:55 AM
who is more racist, europeans or east asians? many think east asians are racist, i cant believe that
East Asians compared to Europeans as a whole by far, but eastern Europeans probably are more racist than east Asians.

Japan has almost no immigration and gets shit from the UN for not accepting barely any refugee claims. Attacks against Korean schools, the few that are there, are common. Racial science and biology is just a normal subject/field of study and not taboo in China/Japan, while it is here.

Of course, this is using the definition of racism used by liberals, not the actual definition.

Longbowman
07-14-2015, 05:00 AM
Only if I looked like them. I'd probably pick Japan, I actually prefer east Asian infrastructure(very urban, small, tight streets) to Western infrastructure.

Hong Kong looks like the best city and while the majority of the people descent from northern Chinese snow people, I don't like the climate of Hong Kong. Singapore has an Indian/Bangladesh/South Asian problem. China is too overpopulated and not as rich at the moment.

The Koreans and Japanese are pretty racist people, and rightfully so, I don't want to impose on them. I myself respect East Asian culture but I'd still prefer want to be around people who look similar to me.

I may put a Longbowman and get an east Asian chick, have kids, indoctrinate them to only intermarry another Asian and for him to indoctrinate that kid to intermarry another Asian. By then that descendant would look almost fully Asian and he'd be able to fit in east Asia quite well(pretty sure Longbowman is only doing the first step though, shame), while Europe is burning from the Afros and Arabs and America is burning from the Mexicans and Afro-Americans. Europe doesn't seem to have much of a long term future, so.

In fact I am dating a half-Asian one so my kids will be 3/4 white, or close to it, depending on how you type various kinds of Jew.

From an objective standpoint if I had to live in Asia I would choose Vietnam because cutest girls in the region.

Mortimer
07-14-2015, 05:00 AM
its just interesting how racists say that others are racist, most racists here are europeans though zhaoyun and the other asians are cosmpolitans, maybe because its a european forum, i never met a racist east asian, i always was friends with them

zhaoyun
07-14-2015, 05:01 AM
East Asians compared to Europeans as a whole by far, but eastern Europeans probably are more racist than east Asians.

Japan has almost no immigration and gets shit from the UN for not accepting barely any refugee claims. Attacks against Korean schools, the few that are there, are common. Racial science and biology is just a normal subject/field of study and not taboo in China/Japan, while it is here.

Of course, this is using the definition of racism used by liberals, not the actual definition.

I would say that on the whole East Asians are not sensitive about expressing racialist or racist opinions. I think both Europeans and East Asians probably rank as the most race conscious people in the world. But Western Europeans have become very PC in recent decades, East Asians generally do not have that propensity. You are probably right that Eastern Europeans may be more openly racist, though perhaps it's about equal maybe.

zhaoyun
07-14-2015, 05:02 AM
its just interesting how racists say that others are racist, most racists here are europeans though zhaoyun and the other asians are cosmpolitans, maybe because its a european forum, i never met a racist east asian, i always was friends with them

Well, to be fair, the East Asians you'd meet here such as myself are more likely to be Westernized and more cosmopolitan, so we wouldn't be as racist. But it'd be different if you were referring to the huge mass of Asians back in Asia.

Dr. Klaus Klausofsten
07-14-2015, 05:02 AM
USA! USA! No chink land for me.

Mortimer
07-14-2015, 05:03 AM
I would say that on the whole East Asians are not sensitive about expressing racialist or racist opinions. I think both Europeans and East Asians probably rank as the most race conscious people in the world. But Western Europeans have become very PC in recent decades, East Asians generally do not have that propensity. You are probably right that Eastern Europeans may be more openly racist, though perhaps it's about equal maybe.

i never met a racist east asian though, maybe the ones in western europe are different then the ones in china

Mortimer
07-14-2015, 05:03 AM
Well, to be fair, the East Asians you'd meet here such as myself are more likely to be Westernized and more cosmopolitan, so we wouldn't be as racist. But it'd be different if you were referring to the huge mass of Asians back in Asia.

true, the east asians in america and europe probably are less racist

zhaoyun
07-14-2015, 05:04 AM
i never met a racist east asian though, maybe the ones in western europe are different then the ones in china

I'd say many people in China are just really ignorant about other races, but not necessarily hateful. I doubt you'd be the victim of any violent hate crime for example there.

Shah-Jehan
07-14-2015, 05:04 AM
Singapore if it counts as East Asia. I've been there couple times and I'm familiar with the place.

zhaoyun
07-14-2015, 05:06 AM
Singapore if it counts as East Asia. I've been there couple times and I'm familiar with the place.

Reality is, Singapore is probably BY FAR the easiest city to live in for White Westerners in Asia. They speak English (even if its the annoying Singlish variety), it is very First World, and cosmopolitan/multi-racial (even if majority Chinese descent).

Greenstone
07-14-2015, 05:07 AM
YES- Tokyo specifically, or Sapporo. I've had a long fascination with Japan and its culture.

XenophobicPrussian
07-14-2015, 05:12 AM
Well, to be fair, the East Asians you'd meet here such as myself are more likely to be Westernized and more cosmopolitan, so we wouldn't be as racist. But it'd be different if you were referring to the huge mass of Asians back in Asia.
I had as many Chinese/South Korean friends in highschool as I did white friends. You'd be surprised about the negative comments I've heard about black people from them(which was before I was even racist and I didn't like what they were saying). Also, his country(Austria) doesn't really have a lot of east Asians. Can't say I see too many old Chinese grannies sitting beside black people on public transport either, but obviously that doesn't mean much. I've noticed a few stares too, but again this isn't proof of anything lol.

Also Zhaoyun, if you're a book guy I'll recommend you this book: Chinese Girl in The Ghetto by Ying Ma, it's about her moving from China to Oakland, CA in the US. Good read.

Greenstone
07-14-2015, 05:14 AM
I had as many Chinese/South Korean friends in highschool as I did white friends. You'd be surprised about the negative comments I've heard about black people from them(which was before I was even racist and I didn't like what they were saying). Also, his country(Austria) doesn't really have a lot of east Asians. Can't say I see too many old Chinese grannies sitting beside black people on public transport either, but obviously that doesn't mean much. I've noticed a few stares too, but again this isn't proof of anything lol.

Also Zhaoyun, if you're a book guy I'll recommend you this book: Chinese Girl in The Ghetto by Ying Ma, it's about her moving from China to Oakland, CA in the US. Good read.

So, you're a racist now?

zhaoyun
07-14-2015, 05:15 AM
I had as many Chinese/South Korean friends in highschool as I did white friends. You'd be surprised about the negative comments I've heard about black people from them(which was before I was even racist and I didn't like what they were saying). Also, his country(Austria) doesn't really have a lot of east Asians. Can't say I see too many old Chinese grannies sitting beside black people on public transport either, but obviously that doesn't mean much.

Also Zhaoyun, if you're a book guy I'll recommend you this book: Chinese Girl in The Ghetto by Ying Ma, it's about her moving from China to Oakland, CA in the US. Good read.

I've already read that book and it's not surprising, Asian immigrants don't usually fare well in the ghetto. Also, yes, most Asians from Asia are pretty open with their racism. My parents are.

XenophobicPrussian
07-14-2015, 05:22 AM
So, you're a racist now?
Well, I believe in homogenous countries for people that want them, especially in Europe(as well as multi-racial countries like the US for the people that want them), I believe in racial differences because of the overwhelming proof and I'm more comfortable around people who look like me. If that makes me a racist, I guess I am.

Mortimer
07-14-2015, 05:29 AM
I had as many Chinese/South Korean friends in highschool as I did white friends. You'd be surprised about the negative comments I've heard about black people from them(which was before I was even racist and I didn't like what they were saying). Also, his country(Austria) doesn't really have a lot of east Asians. Can't say I see too many old Chinese grannies sitting beside black people on public transport either, but obviously that doesn't mean much. I've noticed a few stares too, but again this isn't proof of anything lol.

Also Zhaoyun, if you're a book guy I'll recommend you this book: Chinese Girl in The Ghetto by Ying Ma, it's about her moving from China to Oakland, CA in the US. Good read.

There are alots of east asians though, i met them at university and in dorm like 25% of my dorm were chinese people, they were everyhwere, maybe they are racist to blacks but they were never openly racist to me, they always smile and such

zhaoyun
07-14-2015, 05:30 AM
There are alots of east asians though, i met them at university and in dorm like 25% of my dorm were chinese people, they were everyhwere, maybe they are racist to blacks but they were never openly racist to me, they always smile and such

Well, even if they were racist to Blacks, they wouldn't be openly hostile.

Mortimer
07-14-2015, 05:31 AM
Well, even if they were racist to Blacks, they wouldn't be openly hostile.

depends on the definition of racism, if they dont insult me, bully me or discriminate me i dont dislike them

zhaoyun
07-14-2015, 05:34 AM
depends on the definition of racism, if they dont insult me, bully me or discriminate me i dont dislike them

Well, usually when East Asians are around other races, they just prefer to be left alone. They don't go around starting shit and bullshit for no reason.

For example, a lot of Ghetto Blacks are not particularly racist but they go around starting all kinds of shit with others without provocation. Even if East Asians are deeply racist, they would just go out of their way to avoid a certain race rather than start fights and what not. East Asians usually focus on their own shit and work to succeed, they don't go out of their way to do things that are irrelevant to their own business.

Mortimer
07-14-2015, 05:35 AM
Well, usually when East Asians are around other races, they just prefer to be left alone. They don't go around starting shit and bullshit for no reason.

For example, a lot of Ghetto Blacks are not particularly racist but they go around starting all kinds of shit with others without provocation. Even if East Asians are deeply racist, they would just go out of their way to avoid a certain race rather than start fights and what not. East Asians usually focus on their own shit and work to succeed, they don't go out of their way to do things that are irrelevant to their own business.

yeah that was a common complaint by some (austrians) that "the chinese people are only among themselfes".

edit: the chinese people were among themselfes and some complaint but they were also among themselfes, for example i was never invited to a party, or to closer association that they socialise with me and become closer, they were also only among themselfes. i wonder if they even realised that or if that was just self-explanatory to them

zhaoyun
07-14-2015, 05:40 AM
yeah that was a common complaint by some (austrians) that "the chinese people are only among themselfes".

edit: the chinese people were among themselfes and some complaint but they were also among themselfes, for example i was never invited to a party, or to closer association that they socialise with me and become closer, they were also only among themselfes. i wonder if they even realised that or if that was just self-explanatory to them

Most East Asian cultures are not accustomed to multi-culturalism and they also have a higher level of introversion. So unless they feel totally comfortable with you, they usually would prefer to hang out with their own.

Of course I'm different because I grew up in the US, I'm talking about Asians from Asia.

Anthony PV
07-14-2015, 05:40 AM
Well, usually when East Asians are around other races, they just prefer to be left alone. They don't go around starting shit and bullshit for no reason.

For example, a lot of Ghetto Blacks are not particularly racist but they go around starting all kinds of shit with others without provocation. Even if East Asians are deeply racist, they would just go out of their way to avoid a certain race rather than start fights and what not. East Asians usually focus on their own shit and work to succeed, they don't go out of their way to do things that are irrelevant to their own business.
During the L.A. riots caused by the videotape showing cops beating up Rodney King, I've read that a lot of Korean convenience storeowners bought guns and used them to repel Black rioters out of their stores... :p

Mortimer
07-14-2015, 05:42 AM
Most East Asian cultures are not accustomed to multi-culturalism and they also have a higher level of introversion. So unless they feel totally comfortable with you, they usually would prefer to hang out with their own.

Of course I'm different because I grew up in the US, I'm talking about Asians from Asia.

i think they were asians from asia, international students, destination for international students, i think mostly tech students or science students, i think china pays them to go abroad to study, their english and german skills were also low, eventhough they were not my close friends i felt always good around them, as they are friendly

Mortimer
07-14-2015, 05:47 AM
interesting thing there were also latinos from southamerica, and they were often brown, but they also didnt invited me to their parties, or were my friends, eventhough they used to invite many austrians to their parties and it was multicultural. i was a lone wolf, overall i dont want to blame it all on race, i didnt even said im partly roma, i dont know if they knew it, it was a very international setting, maybe no one liked me just like that

Katariina
07-14-2015, 09:36 AM
China all the way. Love the scenery and language. I had this brief period of time where I wanted to study Mandarin.

Goujian
07-15-2015, 05:02 PM
Japan, South Korea, China
Probably Shanghai because I'm familiar with it the most and still have close relatives living there.

Reality is, Singapore is probably BY FAR the easiest city to live in for White Westerners in Asia. They speak English (even if its the annoying Singlish variety), it is very First World, and cosmopolitan/multi-racial (even if majority Chinese descent).
Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore are literal hellholes filled with self-hating Asians suffering from OWD. Hong Kong is slightly better because I have relatives there.

Full of Joshua Wong-type nerdy Asian guys over there, makes me want to bash in their skulls in. Compared to China for every single nerdy Asian guy there are about 20 tall slayers, 20 strongarmed thugs, 20 normal guys and 20 angry drunks.

Taiga Lake
07-15-2015, 07:11 PM
Live? non of them, for me just moving to another city would be hard, but to other continent where they don't even speak english (expect in Singapore), i would not want that.

StonyArabia
09-13-2015, 06:55 AM
Japan

Infinite
09-13-2015, 07:05 AM
I find Japanese culture and todays Japan more interesting than others, but also i find Korean people closer to us. Their humor is really similar to us, also their language is easy to learn since also similar for reasons. I don't dislike China, but i dont want to go Shangay,Beijing for example maybe their smaller and more clean cities are better, huge culture anyway. A lot of thing to see. Dont have any opinion about other South-East Asia countries. I would probably choose Korea at the and. They are actualy like us unlike other countires so xD

Murri
09-13-2015, 10:58 AM
Japan most definitely because they're very similar to us, a clan based society, very homogeneus and have a high sense of pride and honor..

Al-Meksiki
09-13-2015, 02:12 PM
Japan

Longbowman
09-13-2015, 07:09 PM
Japan most definitely because they're very similar to us, a clan based society, very homogeneus and have a high sense of pride and honor..

Then why don't you respect that and live someplace else instead of fucking up their homogeneity and clannishness?

Charles Bronson
09-13-2015, 07:10 PM
Steppe.

de Burgh II
09-13-2015, 07:22 PM
Nah... you got to keep that homogeneity alive and proud! http://www.traveladventures.org/countries/japan/images/sumo-wrestling14.jpg

GiCa
09-13-2015, 07:32 PM
they are great places.. but for me they are too ethnically omogeneous..
if forced to go abroad i'll prefer the ethnic varieties of usa/canada or even South america or the caribbeans.. but i prefer colder climates.. so usa/canada is better

but anyway in east asia if forced to choose i would prefer defined cultures/ethnicities in a defined geographical area.. so japan.. china is too big it scares me

if we count russia as east asia i'll prefer russia.. as there there is more ethnc mixes/diversities

Murri
09-13-2015, 08:02 PM
Then why don't you respect that and live someplace else instead of fucking up their homogeneity and clannishness?

I'm never leaving the Albanian highlands, I feel good enough here and I'm not letting Slavs advance further South..

I said a possible option, I never said I was packing my bags and leaving for Japan..

Timawa
08-18-2016, 01:04 AM
I would like to live in Japan one day.

Porn Master
08-18-2016, 07:30 PM
I would like to live in Japan one day.



Same.

Voskos
08-18-2016, 07:51 PM
maybe in Hong kong. It looks pretty cool in the movies.

Böri
08-18-2016, 08:37 PM
It'd be good for holidays but living anywhere in East Asia isn't for me. It's all very exotic: food, culture, mentality, physiognomy, mentality and else. Maybe Japan can seem the best to live in but still exotic. I wouldn't choose to live anywhere east of Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan is the easternmost country I would live in. In fact even in Turkey I wouldnt live everywhere, I wouldnt live in many provinces of the country.

Taiguaitiaoghyrmmumin
08-18-2016, 08:42 PM
I wouldn't live in China. I would live in Japan though.

Charles Bronson
08-23-2016, 08:22 PM
It'd be good for holidays but living anywhere in East Asia isn't for me. It's all very exotic: food, culture, mentality, physiognomy, mentality and else. Maybe Japan can seem the best to live in but still exotic. I wouldn't choose to live anywhere east of Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan is the easternmost country I would live in. In fact even in Turkey I wouldnt live everywhere, I wouldnt live in many provinces of the country.


A dönme loves his place in the laz region.

Iloko
08-31-2016, 09:06 AM
Makati, Bonifacio Global City, Japan, Hong Kong, or Singapore.

Rosso77
08-31-2016, 01:06 PM
Wouldn't like to live anywhere there, but surely would spend some days in Okinawa.

crazyladybutterfly
08-31-2016, 01:19 PM
if i looked east asian i would ,with this face no. asians are actually very racist

Aldaris
08-31-2016, 01:20 PM
Japan, Singapore or Hong Kong.

GiCa
09-03-2016, 09:52 PM
preferibely i would like to live in the Russian-Asia, in places like Kazakhstan, Vladivostock ecc..

aka russian-asian mix places better and less monotonous for me

i dont see myself living in true pure east asian.

but excluded russia or khazakhstan then i ll choose, south Korea or Japan.

anyway i like to live where i am. i dont feel and don t want to change continent or even country..