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Vacations and World Travel Visiting our beautiful city? Come stay at the Arbutus Vista - Vancouver's Bed & Breakfast.
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Old 07-25-2010, 01:45 AM   #51
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I agree with most of the post so far. We were there in May and we expected the people to be rude and pushy. Especially getting the passport stamps. Our friends told us that the people would push you out of the way to butt in line. I have 2 younger boys (8 and 11) and their 11 year old friend with us. The 11 years old boys are ice hockey players and we told them that if anyone touches you or try to butt in line, they can go ahead and give them a body check or a slap of their hands. At the end, they had a great time playing street hockey with the pushy chinese people. It so funny to see the reactions of the chinese people when our boys fought back. My little one even broke someone's camera when she try to push him to aside to get a passport stamp, he turned around and elbowed her and she drop her camera..........

Just play along with the rudness of the people and make it into a game, then you won't be too pissed off at the expo.

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Old 07-25-2010, 05:32 AM   #52
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i was there for one day
i only went to the canadian pavilion becuase we didnt need to line up (it was pissing rain) wanted to go china but it was full
i hate the people there, man north chinese sure are fucking ugly (i think its the water), thank god im from the south. They're also rude, smelly, disgusting oh and did i mention ugly? lol not one hot chick, last of all they like to stare
honestly the only hting i liked about shanghai was the lights (highways and biuldings)
if you want to visit north china i only recomend hangzhou, the place is beautiful lots of nature stuff but still very modern, and clean.
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