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(03-13-2016 10:38 AM)elimanning Wrote:  Didn't see the point of checking out the night clubs in Guangzhou, the weather sucks right now. Will report when weather is better.

Shenzhen, China Datasheet

3/11/16 to 3/13/2016 March 11th, 2016

Went to the Shenzhen for two days on Friday and Saturday for business reason.

Probably not the best time to go due to the rain and cold. Please do not go there during this time of the year, due to how cold the temperature is (50 degrees) and how rainy it is. Looks like Jan - March is a bad time due to weather. Pussy never does well in cold and rainy weather.

I was there by invitation to meetup with Chinese business associates I met in Guangzhou. One of the advantage of being an Chinese American, they consider you a countryman, even though you are an American. This is one of the coolest things for being an Asian guy in Asia. It's always kool to do some male bonding. In the US the Chinese really dont like each other and you will get very little help from other Asian brothers in the US. Asians in general, don't like each other. Probably a competition or scarcity mindset. I am always very mindful of which person I should help, rather they are Asian american men or not. They seem to be a real contempt and jealousy for each other, I have learned a long time ago to adopte a more American culture of, "Give and take". Cooperation is key.

I have also heard from American associates in China, the Chinese from each region in China don't really like each other.

Perhaps they only respect Chinese American men. Which I do notice.

I also notice every introduction to a Chinese businessmen, was received with puzzlement and condemning me for my poor mandarin. "You must learn mandarin."

I am focker. Shit it ain't easy. Reading, writing and speaking. With different tones and symbols. Damn language is like studying Calculus.

But most Chinese Businessmen English is quite good, with poor accent.

Mandarin is very dominate in Shenzhen, I didn't here alot of Cantonese talk. I also notice in Canton, there is a heavy movement towards Mandarin.

Travel from Guangzhou to Shenzhen by High speed train:

Another kool thing about Guangzhou is the High speed train between the two cities.
I rode the highspeed train from Guangzhou South Station. Because they offer a direct high speed train that only takes 30 minutes and can be non-stop (Chose the train that is non stop) to North Shenzhen train station. The north Shenzhen station offers a direct shot into the CBD area. Use the Subway line 5 train at the North Shenzhen Train station, which will take you directly to the Convention center area near the CBD. If your lazy you can than transfer using the line 1 to get around or get closer to Cocopark or other CBD areas. Its a very walk-able area. There are tons of restaurant in the subway tunnels.

Tips on taking High-speed train for Foreigners:

The train ticket is mostly in Chinese, use this website, if your mandarin sucks. It can be confusing.

http://www.travelchinaguide.com/china-tr...ickets.htm

Remember, the gates are in the upper right corner. Very important, when reading train tickets. Make sure you are 15 minutes early before departure, it can take quite some time to get from the gate to the train. Because there is a long line to get on the train. It can also take 15 minutes to get pass security and get to the Gates. In addition, all seats are assign.

Also, the only way to buy and pickup your ticket is at the train station, even if you bought it online! Which is annoying there can be long lines and can take 30 to 1 hour. You must bring your passport purchasing train ticket and to go through security line in order to enter the trains station.

In addition, you cannot use the vending machine, because you must have a Chinese ID to operate it. Which no foreigner has. Total cockblock.

The main reason for the long lines at the train station, maybe due to migrant workers don't have ID and students are not allow to use the vending machine. Another cockblock. Another form of big brother oppressing the bottom and marginal class of society.

Riding the high speed train:

I rode in first class, the seats are assign and are bigger than airline seats, and has the option to leans back and offers a bigger table for your laptop. There is no plugins and no refreshment for your short 30 min trip. The chair is made out of cloth and cheap material. Hey what do you expect for 99 rmb. The train does reach a top speed of 303 km which is around 186 mph. Kind of kool.

Watching the train pass cars and landscape is interesting. We can only dream about highspeed train in California.

I than road in second class on the way back, because first class was sold out. It was about 75 rmb. The main difference is a much smaller seats and it is more crowded. The seats can not lean back and the seats are similar to airplane seats. Probably ideal for short 30 min trips.

Went to a night club restaurant on top of Coco park, no-then special to write about due to the weather, I think it was just an opportunity for the group to meet and greet and brag.

They always seem to like to joke about there Mistress or pros, I haven't figure out which is which yet. They seem to bring these girls around after dinner.

Starting to notice how Chinese business is done, through corruption and who you know.

The Talent: Granted its winter in Shenzhen, rainy and cold. You will see a diverse crowd of Chinese Girls around Coco Park. They are more attractive and have better skin tone than there Guangzhou counter part and much taller. But to say they are hot, is being generous. There just different. Its like saying American girls are hot. There is definitely a myth among non american men, around the world, that American girls are hot. Australian men definitely believe in this. They definitely have a thing for American girls.

The pretty one looks more Korean or Japanese. I think alot of foreigners are giving them too much credit and the girls know that. I saw a good looking westerner with an average Asian women. Looks like California, she was quite happy with her catch. I think Shenzhen and Guangzhou is overrated and disappointing. Being an Asian man, who have dated and banged girls from Taiwan, China, Japan and Korea, I know the true value of these girls. There just hustling dudes with there average looks.

I say don't bang Shenzhen or Guangzhou, there are better options in Asia. You will be spending money in these cities. I burn through some cash to research this. It was not worth it for me. This could explain why there are very few or any Asian men recommending Guangzhou or Shenzhen. I have yet to meet any Asian American, saying this place is awesome.

Further analysis, to learn mandarin, than understand the culture, deal with non-western tiolets, spitting, pollution, and than spend thousands of dollars on travel to Guangzhou and Shenzhen. That has to be the worst ROI. I was running the numbers. I have come to realize I have spent quite alot of time and money. The amount of effort and thirst needed to get these girls. I rather learn Russian, Japanese, Spanish or Korean. The ROI on these girls are low. I have really regretted visiting Beijing, Guangzhou and now Shenzhen. The only kool factor, I am Chinese I did learn about my culture. That was kool and I am, now balls deep into mandarin and cannot turn back now. Thousands of dollar and hours was spent to meet average Asian women. Could of just went to little Saigon or Korea town in LA, and mack on the FOBS there. Chinese girls are not hot. They got some really nutritional issues. But given better nutrition, I believe they have the talent to be hot. They really need to stop eating pork in the South. Pork is really bad for the human body. They seem to love pork in Guangzhou.

I will not be visiting anymore Chinese cities, they all look alike accept for Beijing.

Well, now that you have done with China's adventure, what is your next stop? somewhere western?
03-13-2016 12:50 PM
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The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - Zerdame - 02-17-2016, 11:57 AM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - Gas - 02-20-2016, 09:00 PM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - 262 - 02-22-2016, 06:48 AM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - HOD - 02-24-2016, 10:31 AM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - JWLZG - 02-22-2016, 06:23 AM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - JWLZG - 02-22-2016, 07:10 PM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - 262 - 03-07-2016, 04:34 AM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - jayko - 03-13-2016, 12:45 PM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - HOD - 03-13-2016, 10:38 AM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - jayko - 03-13-2016 12:50 PM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - HOD - 03-13-2016, 12:58 PM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - jayko - 03-13-2016, 01:09 PM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - HOD - 03-13-2016, 01:15 PM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - jayko - 03-13-2016, 01:28 PM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - HOD - 03-13-2016, 01:34 PM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - jayko - 03-13-2016, 01:46 PM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - HOD - 03-13-2016, 11:57 AM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - HOD - 03-26-2016, 10:45 AM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - HOD - 03-27-2016, 11:46 AM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - pman - 05-03-2016, 09:36 AM
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RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - HOD - 06-11-2016, 01:28 AM
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RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - Joeno - 06-12-2016, 04:50 AM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - Joeno - 06-17-2016, 07:15 AM
RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia - HOD - 06-17-2016, 10:00 AM
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