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France kubenzi 
..move from Central Europe to China at the age of 20? I've passed through an interview and been offered to work in Beijing But I am unsure and scared as I think I've never been away from home for more than 3 weeks lmao Plus I don't know Chinese language at all, is it hard to learn?
2017-10-01 23:11
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Depends man, payment salary the conditions. Would you like to leave your friends and stuff because I have studied 7.5 years abroad and I know the feeling but it all comes down to how far will you go.
2017-10-01 23:13
are you a dr?
2017-10-01 23:17
Naah my man High school And uni together. I was 14 when I started to study abroad.
2017-10-01 23:18
ah okay. where did you study? and where are you from?
2017-10-01 23:19
You my friend asking to reveal my identity but I never will mate I studied in UK. But where I am from not important I might be your neighbour your friend even your cleaner but you will never know. But it was cool years and now I have dual passports so I can simply do whatever I want.
2017-10-01 23:22
fuck. it was worth a try.
2017-10-01 23:24
Mandarin is harder to learn than doing a loop-the-loop on a unicycle. And that's just simple Chinese.
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Canada j0osy 
ahahhahahahahh n1
2017-10-01 23:46
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Ireland MP0P 
depends on the connections you have there and as 1 said the salary conditions, dont wanna be living in a 1by1 hovel
2017-10-01 23:16
I personally dont think id do it unless the payment is like really really insane
2017-10-01 23:16
Czech Republic marekkingx 
are u really asking this question on hltv forum? xd go for it. its a great opportunity.
2017-10-01 23:17
I guess asking on hltv sums up my despair perfectly lol
2017-10-01 23:18
Czech Republic marekkingx 
it depends on your personality. i mean u can get tons of experience out of this. this offer might not come again
2017-10-01 23:20
Hungary Rollie 
I wouldn't go imo Chinese is a hard language and you can't live there without Chinese because not a lot of ppl can speak English and I don't like those crowded places, I mean I'd become crazy after a month, also everybody would look to you as an outsider. But it depends on what kind of a person you are
2017-10-01 23:21
have you ever been to asia? they adore you over there as an european because all they see is the same faces day in and day out.
2017-10-01 23:35
good luck with the mask
2017-10-01 23:21
The pay is not like heavenly high but it's still a lot more than an average high school graduate can earn in my country. Plus I'd be doing what I've always wanted to do. These are the upsides, pretty much. I wouldn't have to worry about having a place to stay either since everything is provided by the company (or an airline, if you wish) The obvious downsides are not knowing the Chinese language, not being very independent imho (although I think this would change rather quickly as there will be no other choice), and obviously all that stuff like leaving your friends behind or being looked at as an outsider (I mean, the Chinese would do this, wouldn't they?). I mean, it sounds great on paper yet it's like stepping into darkness at the same time.
2017-10-01 23:27
whats the pay? what kind of accomodation are you getting? what kind of job? are there more non asian ppl working with you? i think you will be fine speaking english there. its not russia where noone fucking knows anything than their own language. i would go for it any day of the week. you are young you wont lose your friends + that kind of experience is always asked and if it is what you always wanted to do whats the problem? you will have many other ppl to do stuff with and enjoy the nightlife there i am sure.
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Hungary Rollie 
probably working for an airline :D
2017-10-01 23:32
The pay varies a lot as it's dependant on hours flown. But I already know and I've talked to some other people working there and they say they make between 2,1k-2,4k USD monthly, which is almost twice as much as you would make doing the job for an airline in here (I'm Czech - FR flag because of G2 - just realized I might state that too lol). I guess I'd know more after passing the training and getting the contract. That's the thing about this, you don't know much until you're actually there. They have their own apartment building which they use to accomodate cabin crew members, fromwhat I've seen the rooms are nothing Hotel-Hilton-like, yet not bad at all. You'd pay a fortune for an apartment like that in Prague, I imagine. I won't be spending much time there anyway (not a problem, that I am aware of and ready for) I imagine there will still be more asians than non-asians working with me (the company started hiring many more Europeans - that's how I discovered the position in the first place - yet I don't think there will be as many just yet).
2017-10-01 23:46
so you would be a steward then? I am not familiar on how the working times are for that sort of job so I cant really say I would do it. Would you have your own apartment or just a room in a big apartment? I wouldnt want to live with other people. it sucks. is that 2.1k net pay? if you consider that you get an apartment then as well it is a nice salary for starting. I would recommend trying it. You can always say fuck it and go back home. They wont force you to stay. Just make sure that your contract is solid and there is no shit written in it. Have you tried looking for a job in the UK? I dont understand how that should work in the asian area as a flight attendant when you dont speak their language. But if they say it will work then I guess so. I would try it out for that money considering the shitty pays in czech republic
2017-10-01 23:56
China is still stricter state and very crowded in france you have more freedom and more choice you can get faster promotion as well as you can work in different EU country if I was you I would not go or make 6-8 months trial.
2017-10-01 23:30
Hungary Rollie 
Try it for some months if you don't like it come home(if they let you come home XD)
2017-10-01 23:33
dude i would do it, u know how rare this opportunity is?
2017-10-01 23:37
Indonesia yolorize 
Already lived for several years, it isn't as bad as you think, but that was pre 2010 so idk how things are there rn
2017-10-01 23:59
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