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sohag hasan
Jul 17, 2022
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"asl" is age, sex and location, which means asking the other person's age, gender and where they are. When they heard that the other party was a 28-year-old Chinese girl from Europe, many boys couldn't wait to talk, and even sent a few pictures of themselves to invite the other party; but when they heard that the other party was a boy from Asia, many people left immediately, The other party was left looking at the empty chat room. Omegle, who is chatting impromptuly with strangers these days, heard that Asian men are not very popular. Some Lian Deng netizens said that when they said it was a male from Hong Kong, the other party left immediately. Many times, the first sentence of the other party asks "from where?", but coming from this metropolis that used to be a fusion of the East and the West is not attractive in the eyes of many people. In major European countries, based on political correctness, many people will not ask where they come from when they meet foreign faces. However, in social situations, especially those with many foreigners, many people will ask each other where they come from in the first sentence. Many people are unfamiliar with Asia. When you say from Hong Kong or Bangkok, the other person will often say "Oh, it's so cool!" and then go on to say something else. This doesn't mean that Hong Kong is "right", it's just that the other party can't think of anything related to this place, so just answer casually, don't think they think Victoria Harbour and Taiping Mountain are cool. Occasionally encountering someone who has traveled to your hometown, or who can tell one or two places of interest, for foreigners, it is like encountering an old knowledge. There are more than 20her party will treat you as where you are and won't ask too much. Even if you don't speak German well, Germans will treat you as living Shadow Making in the city you are talking about. Unlike in East Asian society, only people of the yellow race can say where they are from, otherwise people will often ask where you are from. In chat rooms or even face-to-face communication, there is actually no need to ask the other party from where, and there is no need to quickly tell the other party where your hometown is. Wouldn't it be more fun to guess where the other person is, judging by his accent, clothing, body language, and conversation? Seeing eastern faces, talking a few words and hearing an Eastern European accent, but showing British manners, it turns out that he is a Korean who grew up in the Czech Republic, and his family moved to England when he was 16 years old. He hasn't watched Korean dramas, and his favorite is Prague's black light dramas. Instead, it was the white man standing next to him, who grew up in Japan and knew all about East Asian pop music. This contrast is commo
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