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chinese girl

Postby gggviki » Fri, 17 Oct 2008 11:08 pm

Hi everyone, I came from shanghai of China, and I have been here for nearly 3 months, learning English. Hope to make new friends here to spend my spare time and learning foreign culture. I'm easygoing, like sports, traveling, movie, dancing..... oh, if you're interested in Mandarin, I can teach you. :D

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Always be vigilant

Postby kevinkschui » Sat, 18 Oct 2008 1:00 am

Dear Viki
Its nice to be friendly but always be wary of people whom u r befriending.
In any case, feel welcome to this multi racial city of colour lovers. Sure hope u enjoy every day of your time spent here.
Kevin

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Re: chinese girl

Postby pixfirewall » Sat, 18 Oct 2008 1:42 am

gggviki wrote:Hi everyone, I came from shanghai of China, and I have been here for nearly 3 months, learning English. Hope to make new friends here to spend my spare time and learning foreign culture. I'm easygoing, like sports, traveling, movie, dancing..... oh, if you're interested in Mandarin, I can teach you. :D


hi viki, welcome to singapore...would like to learn mandarin as well..we could do an exchange..i teach you english and you teach me mandarin..feel free to email me..my email is at my signature below. if you are into sports or photography as well..your also welcome..hope to here from you soon. PM or send me an email...or i could send you an email or add me in your messenger..we could chat first..for starters..see you around and be careful and mindful of people you meet..cheers!!!
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Postby alanwisley » Sat, 18 Oct 2008 11:55 am

Dear all,

There will e an outing for all those who are interested to meet some new friends along.....Pls see

http://www.singaporeexpats.com/forum/ftopic53999.html

for more info

Regards

Alan

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Postby drastogi » Sat, 18 Oct 2008 12:41 pm

Hey Viki.

Been meaning to learn Mandarin as well. And I could teach you English in exchange :). I actually just wanna pick up the basic Mandarin phrases first (don't know more than xie xie and nihao)

PM me or email me at drastogi@gmail.com. I can also be reached at 97761393. Maybe we can meet can chat first or meet for coffee.

And I have to agree with the rest about being careful about people you meet (everyone keeps telling me that at work...been here for a month).

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Postby gggviki » Sat, 18 Oct 2008 1:43 pm

thanks for the above friends' advice. It seems a little danger to meet stranger here....HAHA
Anyway, nice to see your reply. :)

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Meet in groups of 3 or more

Postby kevinkschui » Sat, 18 Oct 2008 2:13 pm

For any place its e same for meeting strangers.
It will always be much better meeting people in a group for a start.
Suggest u join one of those movie or coffee sessions.
:)

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Re: Meet in groups of 3 or more

Postby gggviki » Sun, 19 Oct 2008 11:26 am

kevinkschui wrote:For any place its e same for meeting strangers.
It will always be much better meeting people in a group for a start.
Suggest u join one of those movie or coffee sessions.
:)


yes, I think so.

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Postby gggviki » Sun, 19 Oct 2008 11:27 am

any girls? so sad....

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Postby Karthigesh » Sun, 19 Oct 2008 11:29 am

Hi there....

As a local I would like to say Welcome. If there is one thing I know well about this place is that there are awesome places to eat. If you need a food tour guide, let me know haha....

Maybe when I meet up with my gal-pals, I can ask you along as well...

I do some cooking and baking myself, but doesn't always turn out well...

Cheers :D
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Postby -jt- » Sun, 19 Oct 2008 12:42 pm

hi there ive been looking for someone to practice my mandarin. ive been learning mandarin for the longest time but still havent learned much due to most singaporeans choose to speak to me in english.

would love to meet up over a cup of cofee :)

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Postby gggviki » Wed, 22 Oct 2008 9:40 am

Karthigesh wrote:Hi there....

As a local I would like to say Welcome. If there is one thing I know well about this place is that there are awesome places to eat. If you need a food tour guide, let me know haha....

Maybe when I meet up with my gal-pals, I can ask you along as well...

I do some cooking and baking myself, but doesn't always turn out well...

Cheers :D


ok, thank you. same here, sometimes i do cooking myself, but doesn't always turn out well...hahaha

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Postby gggviki » Wed, 22 Oct 2008 9:42 am

and my msn is guan.vicky@hotmail.com, if sb like to chat with me on msn first, you can add me.

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Postby januarius » Wed, 22 Oct 2008 12:00 pm

sigh~

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Postby Dounut » Thu, 23 Oct 2008 1:45 am

-jt- wrote:hi there ive been looking for someone to practice my mandarin. ive been learning mandarin for the longest time but still havent learned much due to most singaporeans choose to speak to me in english.

would love to meet up over a cup of cofee :)


Are you sure Singaporeans prefer to speak English to you? :o

I notice that locals loved to speak Mandarin alot, and prefer Mandarin to English. :-|


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