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Here we are at Episode 18! Welcome back to the Two White Chicks in China podcast!
Our question this week comes from Billy who lives in Canada. He ask the Two White Chicks “Over the last few years in Canada, I’ve noticed that there have been a lot of immigrants from China. A lot of their kids are now grown up and moving back to China for more opportunities. How are they viewed by the local Chinese population?”
In This Episode We Talk About…
Rent-a-foreigner! Watch the video here
Our question from Billy!
Names and terms for ABCs
More job opportunities
Apart from teachers…
The Teacher swap incident
ABCs with traditional parents.
ABCs that don’t speak Chinese.
China is a package deal.
…or culture repulsion
China has changed beyond recognition
Shenzhenren (a person from Shenzhen)
ABC men – like ‘shooting fish in a barrel’.
ABC women – strong and independent.
Chinese people who return to China.
If you’re an ABC or CBC living in China please contact us!
Our Chinese word of the week is ‘ethnic Chinese person’ – 华人 (huá rén)
If you have a question for us, please send us a voicemail or leave us a message below!