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Sharing a room in Wuhan
Aug 17, 2005 21:18
  • YEMMIE
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Hi,

Are there any problems with a foreigner coming to Wuhan and sharing a hotel room with his girlfriend? I have seen some responses to this question before, but all of the input was from more than a year ago. I am really interested in the climate right now.
Nov 8, 2005 19:37
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Why do you want to share a room with your Chinese gf when she herself has her own house/room there ??
Am just curious, Yemmi.
Nov 8, 2005 22:09
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  • PEA28COCK
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Frankly speaking, I have no idea about whether you can do this in Wuhan. But I know the fact that a man and a girl share one room is not widely accepted in China. :)
Nov 9, 2005 02:11
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U better be careful about sharing a room with a gal, esp a local gal in China.
At one time the campaign against prostitution in China was so rampant that any men caught in the hotel room with a gal will have their passport stamped with the Chinese word "Womaniser". Of cos there will be the usual flogging and if more serious one can be shot by a firing squad & televised live.
How about that, Yemmie ??
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