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New social web site for Southern CA area Chinese/Taiwanese

For Asian Americans to discuss Asian American issues and topics.

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momopi
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New social web site for Southern CA area Chinese/Taiwanese

Post by momopi » January 8th, 2010, 10:54 pm

(Chinese language only)

http://www.monicities.com/

For areas outside of Southern CA, you can try http://www.yam.com/ instead.

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Post by ladislav » January 9th, 2010, 3:32 am

Thanks. Would gweilos be welcome there?
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Post by momopi » January 9th, 2010, 4:52 am

ladislav wrote:Thanks. Would gweilos be welcome there?


If you can read/write in Chinese, it'd be easier because the sites are Chinese language only. But I cannot guarantee that you'd fit in with the college student demographic on monicities:

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On side note, for those in or visiting LA:

http://www.wilshirespa.com/

Note that the entrance for men's side is around the corner from the front. Open 24/7, $20 entrance fee. It's a real bargain and there's no restrictions on how long you can stay (some people take naps there). You can call and have restaurants deliver Korean food to you in the spa too.

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Post by wraith » February 15th, 2010, 9:05 pm

It sounds like it's tailored for international students from China living in the US. Hardly anything for ABCs as most speak English.

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