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Hey guys! I'm new to this forum and this will be my first post.

I'm a Dutch student i'm 19 years old and i'll doing an internship for about 5 months in Suzhou, China which starts in Februari 2014.
Everything's paid for including my flight and appartment Banana, and I get a nice salary.
I'm white, I have blue eyes, brown hair and an athletic build.
I have a couple of questions for you guys regarding Suzhou:


- How is the nightlife? (Clubs, bars?)
- How are the girls?
- Should I do some pipelining before I go?
- What are the best pipelining methods in China?
- What are you're experiences about Suzhou?
- Do you guys have any good tips?

I'll be looking forward for some good answers, thanks in advance!

(btw, English is not my native language; so if you find any grammatical errors, point them out to me and I will fix it)
(12-07-2013 08:37 AM)Granite64 Wrote: [ -> ]Hey guys! I'm new to this forum and this will be my first post.

I'm a Dutch student i'm 19 years old and i'll doing an internship for about 5 months in Suzhou, China which starts in Februari 2014.
Everything's paid for including my flight and appartment Banana, and I get a nice salary.
I'm white, I have blue eyes, brown hair and an athletic build.
I have a couple of questions for you guys regarding Suzhou:


- How is the nightlife? (Clubs, bars?)
- How are the girls?
- Should I do some pipelining before I go?
- What are the best pipelining methods in China?
- What are you're experiences about Suzhou?
- Do you guys have any good tips?

I'll be looking forward for some good answers, thanks in advance!

(btw, English is not my native language; so if you find any grammatical errors, point them out to me and I will fix it)


There are a lot of places named Suzhou, are you talking about Suzhou, Jiangsu or where exactly? BTW that whole place is covered in posionous pollution right now, if you are going to stay there, go out to Sunning and buy yourself an AIR CLEANER or bring one from home. It needs to be able to filter out PM2.5 particles, so you are looking at 3000 rmb and up. I hear the most efficent is BLUEAIR. That goes for anyone living in China btw! I bought a Phillips ac4025

http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/dcbin...=AC4025/00

and it works awesome and it only cost me 700 RMB. You only need to change the filter once a year, its quiet and it looks like R2D2 when its turned on. Also get ALOT of plants, especially SNAKE PLANTS, they cost about 20 to 30 RMB each for a mid sized potted one and they are near impossible to kill. I cut one into pieces and stuck each piece in an individual pot and all the pieces resprouted. Anyway snake plants release OXYGEN at night and clean the air during the day.

http://www.zone10.com/nasa-study-house-p...n-air.html

I would get at least 5 to 10 plants, right now we have about 11, 5 of which are fairly large. 4 in the main room, 4 snake plants in the bedroom and a couple in the laundry room. There is even one type of vine that eats fecal matter and lives in darkness that you can get for your washroom. Plants are like natures vacuums and they suck up all kinds of pollution from the air and even on the wall. I had a peace lily stuck against a wall and it ATE the paint right off the wall. Don't buy the mint plants, they attract mosquitos. The best ones are the plants with BIG leaves.
(12-07-2013 10:58 AM)BadWolf Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-07-2013 08:37 AM)Granite64 Wrote: [ -> ]Hey guys! I'm new to this forum and this will be my first post.

I'm a Dutch student i'm 19 years old and i'll doing an internship for about 5 months in Suzhou, China which starts in Februari 2014.
Everything's paid for including my flight and appartment Banana, and I get a nice salary.
I'm white, I have blue eyes, brown hair and an athletic build.
I have a couple of questions for you guys regarding Suzhou:


- How is the nightlife? (Clubs, bars?)
- How are the girls?
- Should I do some pipelining before I go?
- What are the best pipelining methods in China?
- What are you're experiences about Suzhou?
- Do you guys have any good tips?

I'll be looking forward for some good answers, thanks in advance!

(btw, English is not my native language; so if you find any grammatical errors, point them out to me and I will fix it)


There are a lot of places named Suzhou, are you talking about Suzhou, Jiangsu or where exactly? BTW that whole place is covered in posionous pollution right now, if you are going to stay there, go out to Sunning and buy yourself an AIR CLEANER or bring one from home. It needs to be able to filter out PM2.5 particles, so you are looking at 3000 rmb and up. I hear the most efficent is BLUEAIR. That goes for anyone living in China btw! I bought a Phillips ac4025

http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/dcbin...=AC4025/00

and it works awesome and it only cost me 700 RMB. You only need to change the filter once a year, its quiet and it looks like R2D2 when its turned on. Also get ALOT of plants, especially SNAKE PLANTS, they cost about 20 to 30 RMB each for a mid sized potted one and they are near impossible to kill. I cut one into pieces and stuck each piece in an individual pot and all the pieces resprouted. Anyway snake plants release OXYGEN at night and clean the air during the day.

http://www.zone10.com/nasa-study-house-p...n-air.html

I would get at least 5 to 10 plants, right now we have about 11, 5 of which are fairly large. 4 in the main room, 4 snake plants in the bedroom and a couple in the laundry room. There is even one type of vine that eats fecal matter and lives in darkness that you can get for your washroom. Plants are like natures vacuums and they suck up all kinds of pollution from the air and even on the wall. I had a peace lily stuck against a wall and it ATE the paint right off the wall. Don't buy the mint plants, they attract mosquitos. The best ones are the plants with BIG leaves.


Yes I mean Suzhou, Jiangsu.
its the nicest area of Jiangsu... which isn't saying much really. Big Grin There is probably less pollution there than the rest of the province. Still alot of air pollution, get a mask and loads of plants.
It is the "venice" of china. But it is a very, very poor man's version of venice.
(12-07-2013 03:08 PM)SHANbangs Wrote: [ -> ]It is the "venice" of china. But it is a very, very poor man's version of venice.

Well I was in Venice last year and it was pretty messed up, very expensive; they charged me 15 euro's for a ham and cheese sandwich at the Piazza Venezia square!

But how is the nightlife in Suzhou? What about pipelining? And how are the girls?
(12-07-2013 03:08 PM)SHANbangs Wrote: [ -> ]It is the "venice" of china. But it is a very, very poor man's version of venice.

The "Venice" of China is nice, but its the small old area with the gardens and such. The city is massive, sprawling and dirty.

I was there in 2008, so take what I say with a grain of salt. 5 years in China is 20 years in the rest of the world.

Never noticed much for girls. In fact, I have no mental notes of seeing any worth remembering. Perhaps its because its so close to Shanghai, where there are so many.

An internship in China will be awesome. Have fun, make contacts, make lots of notes on problems and their solutions. I feel this is the way to make money in China (and other fast paced developing nations). They are moving so fast, that they are creating almost as many problems as they are solving. Its a self perpetuating cycle that = $$$$.
I don't know how true any of this is. Gorbachev is not on this forum to verify, and he was in some kind of media/publishing industry, so he has a penchant for words and exaggeration.

"When Nanjing bores you, and it will, eventually, go to Suzhou for weekend visits or get some excuse to get posted there. Easily the hottest women in the country, but note that they’re very entitled, expect you to Bring It as being the hottest women in the country, and their sweetness (as opposed to shanghai) belies a very a legendarily calculating nature. Absolutely sleep with them; only marry if your game is iron-solid and you have the girl in total domination."

From this: http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-23422.html
Nightlife is guaranteed to suck (although, I'd be delighted to be wrong). Outside of BJ/SH/HK, clubs are all a bunch of tables with no dance floor. Expensive bottle service is the norm and a lot of the girls are paid to be there.

Bars aren't much better.
I'm guessing you'll be in a somewhat more smaller area (compared to Beijing and Shanghai). The girls will probably range from fugly to cute, with a few gems here and there. Be aware, some of them sport mustaches.

Pipelining is good enough. That's how I met women there beforehand and then met them in person. I wouldn't even worry about nightclubs if you just want to meet girls. You are the ideal foreigner there; white, tall, with light features. It'll probably be easy mode for you, no game required, unless you meet clingy virgins looking for marriage or something.
(12-07-2013 05:24 PM)Global_Cocksman Wrote: [ -> ]I'm guessing you'll be in a somewhat more smaller area (compared to Beijing and Shanghai). The girls will probably range from fugly to cute, with a few gems here and there. Be aware, some of them sport mustaches.

Pipelining is good enough. That's how I met women there beforehand and then met them in person. I wouldn't even worry about nightclubs if you just want to meet girls. You are the ideal foreigner there; white, tall, with light features. It'll probably be easy mode for you, no game required, unless you meet clingy virgins looking for marriage or something.

What are the best ways to do some proper pipelining in China? Any tips?
(12-07-2013 06:10 PM)Granite64 Wrote: [ -> ]What are the best ways to do some proper pipelining in China? Any tips?

No need to bother. Just install WeChat (Weixin), and once you arrive in Suzhou, then use the "People Nearby" feature, and write "Hello" (in English, not Chinese) to any cute girls. As long as you have a good profile photo to show you're white, you'll get a 20-50% response rate.

I wrote a post on WeChat somewhere in this forum a while ago -- search for "WeChat" and it should turn up.
Thanks for the answers guys!
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