I Really Really Miss China! Man Says after He’s Back Home
In the video, he was walking on the beautiful beach in Australia, saying that he has felt a strong reverse culture shock, because he’s very used to the Chinese lifestyle.
“I came to Australia, it’s very… inconvenient“, he said.
“If you don’t drive a car (in China), you don’t do a lot of things, you just ride a bike. You can get anywhere, there’re subways, everything. ”
“But in Australia, there’s nothing. If you don’t have a car, you’ll just die. You can’t go anywhere since there’s no DiDi. ”
“Uber fare here is around AUD20 (nearly $14) per km, that’s over a hundred yuan.”
“If you want a bank service, it takes more than one hour. But in China, I go to some Chinese bank, it’s like dedede beng – thing’s done, bye! It’s so quick. ”
“When my wife and I are hungry, we just need to order delivered food on Meituan or Ele.me.”
“There’s no such service here. You have to go to the supermarket, or you’ll die.”
At the end, he said that Australia is a very beautiful place, but it’s incovenient to live in because of relaxed lifestyle and high prices.
“It’s really really difficult to live in a country like Australia, especially after you’ve spent so much time in China. You Chinese people are so lucky.”
“I can’t wait to go back to China.”
The video hit the Internet soon, and has raised a heated discussion.
Many netizens supported him, while some netizens said he don’t have to demean his home country to show the good.
“Australia is a beautiful place. I welcome everyone to Australia. It’s just different. Because China is built for convenience, while Australia is less populated and well-known for its relaxed lifestyle.”
△ “China is my second home”, David said on Weibo.
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