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In early 2011 I broke up with Zoey and I was depressed and I thought I should start Dating in China yet again. A full year with one person, despite the trying and failing at improprieties, and I was a tad out of practice. Frankly, a bunch of shallow friendships and little job security. Shenzhen is still a huge city (bigger than NY), but far more maneagable. If you ever come to this part of the world, and you ask around, you might find a certain pattern. A very significant chapter of my life had ended, and I knew it would take a lot of work to reach the next chapter of my life. I liked my apartment and my general setup but I wasn’t tied down. Guangzhou people prefer Guangzhou and hate Shenzhen. It was too late; I was indoctrinated into Shenzhen and that’s the place I’m used to/the place I like. In the coming posts I will be focusing on my Guangzhou year. We were staying on a major, major street in Tianhe (the new town) and even though we had a map of the apartment provided by our host, the address in Chinese, and the address was on a 4 lane divided highway in the center of town, all of our taxi drivers were unable to find it without me sitting in the passenger seat and giving them GPS assisted turn-by-turn directions.They also would refuse to take us to major city landmarks such as the Canton tower (the largest tower in China) and the party pier (a major party destination in the center of town) claiming they didn’t know where they were.If I wasn’t tied down, shouldn’t I take advantage and go somewhere new? Don’t get me wrong, Guangzhou has histor and culture and a bigger scene and it’s cosmopolitan and a great place to live, but I like living next to Hong Kong and not getting lost. Okay that’s not totally true, let me rephrase: no big regrets. Many expats simply live out of their suitcases, but not me. I sell them, I give them away, but I always get new ones and I’m left with a big stack. I planned to do more research of Guangdong Province for my writing projects. Most of all, I wanted to get a van to pack up all my stuff and move somewhere only a few hours away because it’s easier. I explored, but there wasn’t a lot going on in my neighborhood. In the basest sense of the word, I “upped my numbers” as some guys might say. I met girls and met more girls and some of them weren’t girlfriend material and some of them were girlfriend materials and the ones who were girlfriend material kept rejecting me.

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I don’t know where they came from or what they were doing in town, but it all of a sudden did not seem like a very safe place to be and we got the hell out.That and my clothes and various knickknacks and toys, and it’s not as easy for to move to, say, Shanghai or Seoul or Bangkok as it is for that other kind of expat. I went there on a research trip and looked around and found a stable thing going, and I committed. This was Panyu District, which is a suburban district. I made the decision to move to Guangzhou — also known as Canton — that third major city of China (a distant third, but third nonetheless). Next there was the hassle of putting all my things in boxes, had a going-away bar-hopping party night with friends at the local lesbian bar, and 500 yuan later I moved. I lived in an epically luxurious garden, in a giant two-bedroom apartment for me to enjoy all by myself. At first, it didn’t seem that far from downtown Tianhe by subway. Guangzhou in particular has been hit hard by the inflationary bug with many people having become very wealthy in a short period of time.Sure, you can still get some cheap noodles or some fleabag hotel but this is China.Little did I know at the time, but for the following year I would constantly hear “You live so far away” and it would really put a hamper on my social activity. I’m not quite sure why, but I could never find anything long-term.