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Every other weekend there was something to do. Bit by bit, I did build up something there. I enjoyed the art scene, the music scene, starting making friends,and learned all I could learn about the overwhelming giant mega-city of Guangzhou. Yet, for that entire year I had no girlfriend.
I wanted a girlfriend, I like having a girlfriend. I tried, I rejected, I was rejected. Never seemed to work out. My how I dated. Not too much asshole I hope.
I got extremely into Internet dating. No luck on Okcupid. I met an American. Quite a few Koreans. Panyu is the K-town of GZ you should know. I made mistakes, as I usually do, and I traveled to Thailand with a girl. In the end, it was an interesting year. And ultimately I decided to come back to Shenzhen because I like it better.
It suits me somehow. I learned a lot in Guangzhou, a lot about myself and a lot about the surrounding area.
I guess it was too big for me, everything was so spread out. I know my way around. If you ever come to this part of the world, and you ask around, you might find a certain pattern. Guangzhou people prefer Guangzhou and hate Shenzhen. I do have some small-to-medium sized regrets.
I look forward to writing all about those. In the coming posts I will be focusing on my Guangzhou year. A lot of stories that year. But I suppose the plus side to dating around is that you get to meet many kinds of people and learn how to read most of them quickly. I had a lot of books growing up up until my teen years but they were something I always left behind.
Never took them along with me when I move cities and countries as I knew they were always replaceable. Like Liked by 1 person. A giant step for you at the time and a courageous one. I have one simple comment for you, I like you though many years ago loved having a boyfriend and was constantly searching for the one.
The odd thing was when I gave up, he happened along and thirty one years later we are still together and very happy, I look forward to reading about your adventures and learning a little more about a culture I know nothing about. Also thank you for checking my blog site. Ah, the city rivalries… Did you know Beijingers hate Shanghainese, Shanghainese hate Beijingers and basically all of China hates Shanghainese because they are snob?
Pretty much everyone hates everyone, but I find this rivalry interesting because it seems to go for expats too.
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This is a gorgeous snapshot of your year. If you think you are out of practice there is no hope for me.
And living a life all-be-it with some rejection and being the rejecter is far more interesting than just sitting at home all day and never getting out. I will be back all the way from Texas! I love how you just put it all out there! What a year you have endured. Go, move, and enjoy all you can.
When and if the right thing comes along to keep you in one place, it would have to be pretty special. To cut a long story short, I went up to Beijing, Lila came down to Shanghai a couple of weeks later, and before long we had become a couple. Lila worked for a US conglomerate in Beijing and I had just started my new job in Shanghai, so moving was not really an option for either of us.
Having a Chinese girlfriend enriched my stay in China in so many ways. We travelled together throughout China often, and as well as going to the places one might expect, we also went off the beaten track a good deal. I know this would have been considerably more difficult without Lila by my side, handling the many frustrations that one encounters when trying to get about in China.
We ate out together — a lot! This was hugely entertaining, but more importantly it was through our many dining experiences that I came to understand the central part that food plays in Chinese culture. We had many fascinating conversations about life under Mao and how much things had changed in China — almost without exception, she considered the changes over the last twenty-five years or so to be for the better.
Spending Chinese New Year in Beijing with Lila and her family was undoubtedly one of the highlights of my entire time in China. Watching very elderly men and women delightedly messing with extremely lethal firecrackers in small, confined courtyards, and the sheer terror I experienced when a rogue firework almost took my head off will live with me for ever. As will the food — the seemingly endless food — and the variety-style programmes on television that everyone was glued to and that seemed to go on for days.