Steaming from the some Chinese dude got beaten up by someone in Australia, then complain the to consulate!
WTF, you make a police report and move on with your life. Why complain to the consulate? They are really going to wipe your ass?
I living in a English school in China for 3 weeks. We provide 8 hours per week of English conversation in exchange for food and a bed in a dorm. At night we sit around chat and listen to music to the weirds hours of the morning. I honestly don't it it was loud, as we are aware other trying to sleep.
Some girls calls their parents to complain about us, then the angry called the principal to complain. The principal sends her number 1 bitch to unleash her fury upon us.
A guy sents something to the customer, someone catch it was not up to standards. Takes some photos and send them to the boss. Then the boss talk to the employee.
Can't you approach the people you have a problem with and sort it out? Is there an culture to make your complain loud and clear!
Fuck no mate, this is China, lightyears ahead of other Countries on the planet for civility, and social services.
They don't need a tenancy advocacy service even, you just need to ensure that requirements 1 to 1 million, are ticked off first. :p
Food scandals, fuck no, these happen overseas too, let's keep on telling the less informed, more easily led people here that, what a way to protect your income and feather your nest, whilst further plummeting this place into an even deeper pile of shit.
If you complain here, you are either a moaning foreign fuckbag, or perhaps a falun gong member.
In addition to this, if you moan amongst Chinese friends, or have something "HONEST" or sad to share, or need a friends support, get lost buddy, it's an instant act of shame and loss of face, no civility here.
One is best to bottle up such feelings , and lash out when required, hence it perpetuates what has already become a very selfish society, let's just all think of ourselves.
Nevermind that big foreigner, who helped the Chinese lady across the road today, whilst everyone else laughed at her , would they still be laughing if the truck bearing down on her , killed her........????
No, they may just turn around and say, it couldn't have been prevented, and it happens everywhere....perhaps it does, all I see and hear now are a bunch of fucking hyprocrites, preaching to the masses!
Burp....that corona I just drank went down well, LOL, thanks Isabelle! :-)
It is mainly because they want somebody else to take the responsibility other than themselves or they could rather have somebody else to do their dirty work,not to mention the part that they take whatsoever no blame,as if you could have done it differently..as simple as filing an email,yet they let you do it by clicking "Forward" It happens everyday..It is like a snowball!
It is mainly because they want somebody else to take the responsibility other than themselves
Yuppers this is a good answer. I have said it many time that China needs to GROW THE FUCK UP and take responsibly for their actions.
I got arsenic poisoning in China and damn near died. My U.S. doctor couldn't understand why I didn't report it to the State Department. But what was there to report? If I had broken my leg should I report it to some government authority? I don't see why.
I assume my girlfriend poisoned me, Being a godless Communist she didn't understand the rules about private property and that we had to be married for her to inherit my estate. I explained the rules to her. Now she understands.
She's been a great girlfriend for 5+ years, except for the arsenic thing. I might marry her and am looking for volunteers to taste the wedding cake.
ha ha ha, strickening perhaps?
What, now she is only going to poison you after you get married? And you are still with her?
Actually if you read most government websites, they have sections about travel and being resident in foreign countries and they recommend registering with the local consulate or embassy as a means of protection if something happens to you and you need assistance.
I spent a month in the hospital in Shenzhen. The clowns that masquerade for doctors there never diagnosed what was wrong with me despite taking blood samples daily.
My advice: If you sprain your little toe, get the fuck out of China for treatment.
BTW. I didn't hang out with dissidents and had no business secrets. I just had bad luck. Or a bad gf (joking, sweetie).