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Ron
38 Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
Seeking: Female 21 - 30
Education: Bachelors Degree
I'm 33 years old and I work with robotic submarines for oil companies which basically means I play video games and travel all over the world. I'm extremely creative, I build, read, design, write, explore emotions, and take photographs. If that last line has you rolling your eyes, don't worry, I also drive fast, refuse to take crap from anyone, and am generally an ***hole, but you know... The fun kind that's impossible to hate. I'm the guy who is perfectly comfortable making the first move; whether it be a romantic kiss on the doorstep or throwing you up against a wall and making out with you HARD... in the rain. I travel all over the world for work, so I'm out of town a lot... buuut I also take my friends along sometimes to keep me company. ;) My free time is spent off-roading , mud....desert....mountain trails, a woman who can get dirty has an attractive quality. Also getting dressed all nice like for whatever a city has to offer puts a smile on my face. Life is an adventure to enjoy, can you keep up? If we hang out there will never be an "awkward silence" don't worry, if you're nervous I will just tease you. I'm not looking for the trophy girlfriend, I'm much more interested in personality. You don't have to be a model for me to respond, but if you are a model... Please prove to me that you're ALL not bat s**t crazy. Hmmm what else... I'm from Natchez Ms, an avid outdoorsman and I have need for water and sand in my life. I think I'll just eventually buy my own Caribbean island and build a tree house. I'm not taking this too seriously, but I don't play mind games, nor do I placate low self-esteem. Until you impress me I will probably treat you like a bratty little sister. If things go good there is the possibility for a serious relationship, but I'm not settling for something so so. P.S. If I send you a message that seems strange then I'm probably just bored and frigging with you. But also maybe I'm interested, it depends on how funny your reply is. If you send me a msg that just says" hey/hello how are you" I will not reply. That's like saying "I'm boring".
Nathan
43 Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
Seeking: Female 22 - 37
Education: Bachelors Degree
Vinnie
44 Beijing, Beijing, China
Seeking: Female 28 - 40
Education: Bachelors Degree
Where to begin... I'm a writer, among other things, and happy to share that I completed my new book, "Escape from America," which I am planning to publish in China and America soon. It's about my story coming to China, and is meant as a cultural exchange about our two countries: how we're alike, how we're different, and how we can improve our lives. I hope it will entertain and inspire readers! So far the "reviews" I've had from Chinese friends have been great. So I'm very excited about this. : ) To only tell a "little" about myself is a bit challenging. But I'll try my best! I'm from the States, but relocated to China in 2011 and settled in Beijing to develop an education consulting business for a local company. I currently work as an education consultant to help Chinese students study in America, and an English teacher. After gaining much experience as a teacher and education consultant, I've setup my own consulting business here in China to help students learn English, prepare for exams, and study abroad. Our company is Yue Yi Consulting. I'm fortunate that I have many good Chinese friends who have the same mindset as me -- to create better opportunities for themselves and have more control over their future. I have two college degrees, one in Communications and another in Literature & Writing. I've also had professional roles as a managing editor, business development manager, project manager, and as an entrepreneur. Before I left the States, my primary goal was to change my life a bit, do something different and explore opportunities in China while also being able to bring something positive from my presence. And so far, I'm glad to say I've been following my plan. Up until now, I would say my experience in China has been positive, and I'm committed to making this the year when everything comes together!

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