[quote]Huang Guang Chen wrote:
Yeah, really. Actually he crashed on my couch last night right after showing me the hockey. I thought it a little mean of him. He’s in Shenzhen today.
I was allowed back out again HG. Thanks for the BBQ. I was detained slightly cause I wrote the wrong nationality on the mainland immigration form. I had to change to China from ROC. By the way if you’re using the Tai Bao you have to fill the form in Chinese.
There were 4 police there to make sure the second form I filled out was correct. One guy kept calling me a foreigner instead of a compatriot. Of course there was the usual you’re standing in the wrong bloody queue again.
I told him every time he called me a foreigner that he really meant that Taiwan was not a part of China cause the meaning of a foreinger is somebody from another country. One of the four police officers was not amused. The others were tying not to laugh. They told me they’ve never been told that before. ( No one bloody dares )
But in the end they didnt call me a foreigner anymore and I stopped reminding them Taiwan might be a separate country. We all came to agree that if they called me a compatriot that I would accept the one China policy.
I will be Shanghai in November so that will be fun as well.