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If you were to leave your country and go to live in a totally different kind of culture, what would you miss the most? (Assuming you cannot bring everything with you)

I for example am Irish but currently living in Southern China, so I miss lots of things, mostly my girlfriend & my playstation but also subtle things like less noise/light/air pollution and the food is very different.

What would you miss?

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 04:51:10
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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 05:01:25
I have lived in different countries for the last 5 years, with about 3 months in total at home in that time. I don't really miss much, if I'm honest. I miss my family and friends but I have skype. I make new friends in the places I go, that's sort of the point. I miss food but staying in a foreign country means you get to try new food every day. I live in China too, and the food here is incredible. Of course I miss a good steak and ale pie or a decent roast, but I'll quite happily live with baozi and any kind of noodles you can ever want.

There are far too many positives with moving around the world and far too many negatives of sticking in England (or any country you might happen to be from) for me. So I think of them before I get homesick and miss things.

Also, buy a playstation in China. You can get copied games from loads of shops for 5 kuai a pop. I bought an xbox here and about 30 different games which all work a treat.

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 05:47:00
I live in the same country, but I live about 8 hours from where I grew up, and in the city instead of in the woods.

1. I miss being in a place that is just completely home to me. Where I grew up, learned things, and where I know almost everyone and always have someone to grab me if I start screwing up.

2. I miss crickets, and living in a place where you can actually see the stars. I also miss lightning bugs.

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 05:49:35
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Also, buy a playstation in China. You can get copied games from loads of shops for 5 kuai a pop. I bought an xbox here and about 30 different games which all work a treat.


Lol I know it's sick the amount of knockoffs here, got some studio beats (real, not knockoffs, just older versions that can't be sold in shops) for like 250Y, like one eighth of the market price. I honestly would get a PS3 if I was staying longer (only here for 6 months on an internship so it depends if I get a job out of it).
Not saying the food here isn't good (most of it is awesome, though Sichuan still rips the throat out of me). Certainly better than 'Chinese' take out back home.


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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 05:52:21
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I miss crickets, and living in a place where you can actually see the stars. I also miss lightning bugs.


I know that feel bro. I come from the countryside too, living in a city has its advantages but I definitely miss a clear night sky

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 06:00:05
I come from the country too but when I go home I miss the buzz of cities. I always tend to think the grass is always greener wherever I am. I lived in Madrid before and thought that I was going out too much so I moved to the countryside in China, where there isn't enough to do so I'm moving to a city nearby next year, where I'll probably end up going out too much.

Sichuan food is my favourite here. I like the plates of Chilli you can get with little bits of pork. Also, the fact that I can afford to eat out every day of the week for lunch time and dinner is a bonus.

One thing I've never missed about living in England is understanding people in the street or in busses and trains. One reason I moved away from Spain is because I understood what people were saying and couldn't unhear the shit you hear on an average train.

I think it takes a while to settle in a new place and the first few months are always the hardest so it's a shame you'll only be there for 6 months, cause that's when it starts to feel like home for me.


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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 07:31:24
Im British, currently living in Italy.

What i miss the most is being about to walk into a shop and ask for something other than the four or five things i know how to ask for in italian. (A bus ticket, a litre of the house wine, a bottle of water, an ice cream, carrotes).

For this reason I havent had my hair cut in two months and its becoming progressively fluffier.

Sure, I can take a phrase book.. but outside of Venice everyone just looks at me like im a dick (whereas inside venice they look at me like im some kind of cash piniata).

Essentially, i miss my mothertounge.

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 07:53:20
What i miss the most is being about to walk into a shop and ask for something other than the four or five things i know how to ask for in italian. (A bus ticket, a litre of the house wine, a bottle of water, an ice cream, carrotes).

I know what you mean, I have pretty much no Chinese at all and generally end up pointing at pictures of food, though there are a few places with menus in English, though they're either fairly pricey or fast food.

For this reason I havent had my hair cut in two months and its becoming progressively fluffier.

About to try and get my first haircut since I came out here myself, should be fun enough!

It's definitely a pain when you don't know the native language of where you are... for one thing it makes me feel like a total dick when I try talking in Chinese, pronounce stuff totally wrong (and the Chinese language is all about pronunciation so I could be insulting them for all I know), and then get fed up and try it in English, making me feel like I'm an ignorant foreigner. I'm trying to learn Chinese but still haven't got the hang of it yet. It makes it so much easier when you understand people and they understand you.

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 11:04:35
I moved (in England) about 6-7 hours from where I was born, and I miss it so much because where I was born, it was mountainous and had beautiful countryside to a place where it's just flat. I miss the mountains so much because the flat lands just make me feel exposed. And I also miss saying animals on the land, because here it's just vegetables.

I think I'd miss the friends and family in England if I were to move to another country, but only that. I'm not patriotic at all, in fact, I hate England.

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 11:09:22
I live in England, and plan on moving to Kenya for my retirement.

The only thing I'd miss would be decent crusty bread, the African flour and humidity can't cope with it.

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 11:35:02
From Russia... to England.

I miss the "drama". Street fights, drunken idiots, etc.
England is soooo freaking calm.

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 11:35:56
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From Russia... to England.

I miss the "drama". Street fights, drunken idiots, etc.
England is soooo freaking calm.


Try moving to Glasgow.

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 11:55:23
I dunno. I think more than anything the people make the place. Considering I live in the states I don't much enjoy the company of a great many of my neighbors. I'm not sure I'd like it all that much better in the UK, but at least I'd get to experience more seasons each year. If I were to move somewhere completely foreign to me I would probably begin to miss my comfort bubble, but then remind myself what complete apes live here. I would probably warm up to my new locale fairly quickly.

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 12:46:14
Nothing.

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 13:45:28
Where I am now, everyone knows everyone and would do anything for each other. I'd miss that. Even going 5 minutes away from home, that disappears.

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 14:05:52
If i ever moved away i'd probably miss english people in general, other countrys aspect on things is different, like i can't imagine a group of Chinese lads having banter and beer.(if you get what i mean) there more serious, the only places i'd ever move would be america, new zealand, Australia. i don't think i could handle any other country's culture/climate. although i'd love to go on holiday to certain country's to try there culture, but not a long term thing.

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 14:08:42
Nothing, mainly because how shit England really is, or it may just be the part where I'm from (Kent) right near the English channel where all the idiots come in from yay!!

The further up the country the better, until you hit Scotland that is -.- ... When you take the 5 minute drive to the local town centre along the way you see many MANY Turkish / Albanians / Bulgarians / Romanians / any other different culture under the sun except English people, one road near a kebab shop i think there's been 3 murders in 3 years... the houses are all trashed, and it's not a joke id say 50% of them are cannabis farms.. they get raided daily (different houses) my family own 3 houses, and my old teacher for the last 5 years of my school life we kept in contact and I've done quite a lot of work for her, she owns 4 houses in the same area.. 3 of which were turned into cannabis farms one of them twice, and well the 4th house is the nice one she lives in, i do a lot of different work if it's a full house clean out which I've done many times for her, painting the house from top to bottom, doing minor plumbing / electric work for her.. my dad does the gas as he's qualified, I've done several of her houses back up from top to bottom for her because the stupid idiots around here that's f**king everything up.

Like i said... it might just be because of the area i live in but i don't like playing "spot the Englishman" on the way to the town centre, I've taken several trips up to Newcastle wallsend in face right at the end of hadrian's wall which most people should know divides Scotland and England and all i can say is it's pretty damn awesome up there compared to shitty Kent, everyone generally looked happy the houses looked nice and most importantly it was nice to see English people, i guess the further up the country the better.

I don't care if people dislike my views but it's nice as an English person to actually spend time with other English people.. i can't wait to move away / travel and the first chance i get i can assure you I'm gone, there will not be a single thing i miss about this shitty country.
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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 14:10:45
Insane crime rate,debt,slutty 12 year olds ect.

The usual.

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 14:42:11
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Nothing, mainly because how shit England really is, or it may just be the part where I'm from (Kent) right near the English channel where all the idiots come in from yay!!

The further up the country the better, until you hit Scotland that is -.- ... When you take the 5 minute drive to the local town centre along the way you see many MANY Turkish / Albanians / Bulgarians / Romanians / any other different culture under the sun except English people, one road near a kebab shop i think there's been 3 murders in 3 years... the houses are all trashed, and it's not a joke id say 50% of them are cannabis farms.. they get raided daily (different houses) my family own 3 houses, and my old teacher for the last 5 years of my school life we kept in contact and I've done quite a lot of work for her, she owns 4 houses in the same area.. 3 of which were turned into cannabis farms one of them twice, and well the 4th house is the nice one she lives in, i do a lot of different work if it's a full house clean out which I've done many times for her, painting the house from top to bottom, doing minor plumbing / electric work for her.. my dad does the gas as he's qualified, I've done several of her houses back up from top to bottom for her because the stupid idiots around here that's f**king everything up.

Like i said... it might just be because of the area i live in but i don't like playing "spot the Englishman" on the way to the town centre, I've taken several trips up to Newcastle wallsend in face right at the end of hadrian's wall which most people should know divides Scotland and England and all i can say is it's pretty damn awesome up there compared to shitty Kent, everyone generally looked happy the houses looked nice and most importantly it was nice to see English people, i guess the further up the country the better.

I don't care if people dislike my views but it's nice as an English person to actually spend time with other English people.. i can't wait to move away / travel and the first chance i get i can assure you I'm gone, there will not be a single thing i miss about this shitty country.
waits for UKIP rant even know I've choose to never voted in my life -.-


I assume by travelling you mean only within the UK, as i know it may come as a shock, but if you travel abroad you will be surrounded by "foreigners!" And if you cant stand it now, you will fair no better in another country!


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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 14:47:13
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Nothing, mainly because how shit England really is, or it may just be the part where I'm from (Kent) right near the English channel where all the idiots come in from yay!!

The further up the country the better, until you hit Scotland that is -.- ... When you take the 5 minute drive to the local town centre along the way you see many MANY Turkish / Albanians / Bulgarians / Romanians / any other different culture under the sun except English people, one road near a kebab shop i think there's been 3 murders in 3 years... the houses are all trashed, and it's not a joke id say 50% of them are cannabis farms.. they get raided daily (different houses) my family own 3 houses, and my old teacher for the last 5 years of my school life we kept in contact and I've done quite a lot of work for her, she owns 4 houses in the same area.. 3 of which were turned into cannabis farms one of them twice, and well the 4th house is the nice one she lives in, i do a lot of different work if it's a full house clean out which I've done many times for her, painting the house from top to bottom, doing minor plumbing / electric work for her.. my dad does the gas as he's qualified, I've done several of her houses back up from top to bottom for her because the stupid idiots around here that's f**king everything up.

Like i said... it might just be because of the area i live in but i don't like playing "spot the Englishman" on the way to the town centre, I've taken several trips up to Newcastle wallsend in face right at the end of hadrian's wall which most people should know divides Scotland and England and all i can say is it's pretty damn awesome up there compared to shitty Kent, everyone generally looked happy the houses looked nice and most importantly it was nice to see English people, i guess the further up the country the better.

I don't care if people dislike my views but it's nice as an English person to actually spend time with other English people.. i can't wait to move away / travel and the first chance i get i can assure you I'm gone, there will not be a single thing i miss about this shitty country.
waits for UKIP rant even know I've choose to never voted in my life -.-


Oh my Christ. So, from looking at people out of a window you can tell where they come from now? What counts as English for you? Why would you expect English people in Scotland? This little rant you've written (which was rambling and confused) sounds stupidly racist (maybe xenophobic?) to me. I think it's probably a good thing you don't vote, because you don't seem to be able to think.

I've bolded a little bit that made me laugh considering the rest of your rant... Where will you go? I think the only options are the f**ked up places that English ex pats have ruined.


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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 14:59:30
I think I would miss the things we take for granted in Britain. The NHS (even though I rarely use it), the language (for the most part), the ease of access to everything (24 hour supermarkets which you value very highly when you have an 8 month old that won't go back to sleep at 3am) and the much abused Social Security system.

And family.

Would I have any of this if I decided to live in.... Jamaica? (Would I?, never looked into it)

I may have the chance to move to the Caribbean for 6 months/ 1 year at some point so if that actually happens, I'll let you know

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 16:20:25
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Nothing, mainly because how shit England really is, or it may just be the part where I'm from (Kent) right near the English channel where all the idiots come in from yay!!

The further up the country the better, until you hit Scotland that is -.- ... When you take the 5 minute drive to the local town centre along the way you see many MANY Turkish / Albanians / Bulgarians / Romanians / any other different culture under the sun except English people, one road near a kebab shop i think there's been 3 murders in 3 years... the houses are all trashed, and it's not a joke id say 50% of them are cannabis farms.. they get raided daily (different houses) my family own 3 houses, and my old teacher for the last 5 years of my school life we kept in contact and I've done quite a lot of work for her, she owns 4 houses in the same area.. 3 of which were turned into cannabis farms one of them twice, and well the 4th house is the nice one she lives in, i do a lot of different work if it's a full house clean out which I've done many times for her, painting the house from top to bottom, doing minor plumbing / electric work for her.. my dad does the gas as he's qualified, I've done several of her houses back up from top to bottom for her because the stupid idiots around here that's f**king everything up.

Like i said... it might just be because of the area i live in but i don't like playing "spot the Englishman" on the way to the town centre, I've taken several trips up to Newcastle wallsend in face right at the end of hadrian's wall which most people should know divides Scotland and England and all i can say is it's pretty damn awesome up there compared to shitty Kent, everyone generally looked happy the houses looked nice and most importantly it was nice to see English people, i guess the further up the country the better.

I don't care if people dislike my views but it's nice as an English person to actually spend time with other English people.. i can't wait to move away / travel and the first chance i get i can assure you I'm gone, there will not be a single thing i miss about this shitty country.
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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 19:47:25
old lifestyle,family,pets and internet connection

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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 21:22:24
I would miss the farm, bush, hunting, BBQs, beach, pretty much everything. I can only handle small amounts of time in other countries. Not that I have to go far to experience other cultures in this country anyway. Quite lucky to live here.

There are quite a few English people I know that moved here. They have said what a lot of you are saying.


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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 22:03:04
I envy you. as soon as my sentence is up. I'll gladly get the f**k outta here & never look back. be happy you get to see other parts of the world.

some people are not that fortunate. & end up being born,raised & die, all within a very small perimeter.

granted you don't end up on an episode of Locked up abroad.



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Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 22:06:40
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My god how I miss my internet connection.

Im with an italian ISP who covers alot of the student accomodation and has some hotspots around the city... all sounds great except the connection is horrible. Remember when the internet involved seeing the bottom end of a picture a good 30 seconds after seeing the top? I do, that happened to me earlier.
I've tried many streaming sites, video hosting sites etcetc in attempts to catch tv programs im missing or pirate the latest films.. no, just no, 18+ hours download time with an inevitable download failure at 20mins (or roughly 2 mins into streaming anything) or so. Now theres one exception, and one exception alone. The conenction allows completely unhindered streaming to any adult content i want.
I realise im being thrown a bone (muahaha) that at least one thing works, but I find it mad.

Then again, what is to be expected from a country that almost reelected Berlusconi

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Posted on Thu Apr 11, 2013 03:26:33
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i can't imagine a group of Chinese lads having banter and beer.(if you get what i mean) there more serious



Try saying "Gambay" to a few Chinese people around the start of February (Chinese New Year).

It means "down it", and tradition says they HAVE TO. It's pretty sweet. After a couple of them they're pretty good craic alright

But I get what you're saying, not a lot of places away from Britain & Ireland drink for the sake of getting drunk (apparently it's because we're a goal-oriented society or something). Like even in Germany they don't drink to the same level of self-destruction (for need of a better word), but then again German beer generally tastes better so it's far easier to nurse a pint. Thank god for the Rheinheitsgebot!


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you see many MANY Turkish / Albanians / Bulgarians / Romanians / any other different culture under the sun except English people

OK, @Brad, the thread wasn't put up for some kind of xenophobic ranting, try to keep it PC. Every country has foreigners, deal with it. Try moving to another country where you yourself are the foreigner, it'll totally change your point of view.

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Remember when the internet involved seeing the bottom end of a picture a good 30 seconds after seeing the top? I do, that happened to me earlier.


Dude that sounds terrible Get better internet!

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Posted on Fri Apr 12, 2013 03:34:17
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Posted on Tue May 21, 2013 08:57:50
I'll miss Myself the most.

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Posted on Tue May 21, 2013 17:04:25
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If i ever moved away i'd probably miss english people in general, other countrys aspect on things is different, like i can't imagine a group of Chinese lads having banter and beer.(if you get what i mean) there more serious, the only places i'd ever move would be america, new zealand, Australia. i don't think i could handle any other country's culture/climate. although i'd love to go on holiday to certain country's to try there culture, but not a long term thing.


what you're really saying is "I wouldn't go anywhere unless english was the language"

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