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Moving to Shenzhen on March 1st 2013

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Hi!

I'm moving to Shenzhen March 1st and will be living in Nanshan District. I've been living in Taiyuan, Shanxi for over two years and I'm looking forward to being near the sea coast again.

Would like to make some friends. I'm more of a one-on-one, go to dinner, coffee or an activity together kind of person rather than bars, etc., and I enjoy conversation and getting to know people.

Rocky

  • jojo Kuang

    posted by  in Shenzhen forum 

    Welcome to Shenzhen! I'd like to extend my warm wishes for the upcoming holiday season and would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
    All the best in 2014!!!

  • Anthony Tao

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    posted by  Anthony Tao in Shenzhen forum 

    Hello,welcome to Shenzhen.there is a lot of beautiful lady in Shenzhen and I know some of them.
    Actually,j graduated this year and now working in a famous company.I want to improve my English
    since working.Do your want to learn Chinese?I am a good Chinese teacher,If any help,i will be very
    happy.
    Best Regards
    anthony,t

  • Go to jack chen's profile

    posted by  in Shenzhen forum 

    Hi,Rocky

    Shenzhen is a good city,if you have any question on moving to shenzhen or anycity or moving back to your country,just let konw.Thanks!

  • Rocky Hardie

    posted by  in Shenzhen forum 

    Hi Chester:

    I just deleted my We Chat application. It's more of a distraction for me. I have QQ on my laptop and use it occasionally with my friends.

    Send a private email to me and I'll share my QQ number with you.

    Regards,

    Rocky

  • Chester Chan

    posted by  in Shenzhen forum 

    cool.hope you have fun in Shenzhen .

    tips for you: in China, we like use QQ or Wechat for communication.

    This is my wechat ID: 1351115828, You can add me for chatting.

    Chester

  • Rocky Hardie

    posted by  in Shenzhen forum 

    Hi Chester:

    After March 1st, I'll be teaching English to adult business persons and those wanting to travel abroad to study. In addition, the school will be teaching Mandarin to foreigners who need to communicate more effectively with colleagues.

    During this time, I'm also considering all options for a business between China and the US. My former background is in Engineering, finance and even marketing.

    I'm also wanting to accelerate my learning and Mandarin Skills.

    Rocky Hardie
    www.jiahuaschool.com

  • Chester Chan

    posted by  in Shenzhen forum 

    Welcome to Shenzhen。 what do you do for living, english teacher?

    I would like to make more foriengers friend and hang out with them. Nice to meet ya

    Best Regards
    Chester

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