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Born in the UK but now living in Australia, Paul Fox has travelled to many places throughout China. He has seen the lighter side, the darker side, both the gentle and the seedy sides. He documents his experiences and is willing to share them with anyone who wants to listen. He is not afraid to say things exactly how he sees them, and is quite happy to "name and shame" when necessary.
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#2020-01-10 21:18:01 by newbeginning @newbeginning

Old Ghost, having said what you just said it makes sense vs our western culture. Sure they have a family closeness that most westerners never have, We are encouraged from day 1 to go out on our own not stay in the nest. I do not think I could handle shuffling off to another family members place for dinner each evening. Having spent more than a few evenings having meals with chinese families I usually ended up with ringing in the ears after each meal, especially if it was at a restaurant.

As for Chinese hospitals, I have never had to stay in one but have been to a few with a chinese friend. Cold, run down and understaffed. Long waits for presciption fills and to see the doctor..kind of like here but at least we have clinics that one can go to if needed. I will say I would not want to be an ambulance driver in a major Chinese city...

 

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#2020-01-13 12:55:10 by melcyan @melcyan

I only have knowledge of 3 hospitals in Shanghai in 2013. The total number of hospitals in Shanghai would be very large, many hundred. Here is some more up to date information -

 

https://www.healthandsafetyinshanghai.com/shanghai-hospital.html

 

I don't know how these hospitals would compare with hospitals in other cities in China.

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