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Talk to you in Chinese (Tainan)

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Talk to you in Chinese (Tainan)

Postby rin860730 » 28 Jul 2016, 12:05

Hi, I am a Taiwanese girl
I live in Tainan
I am a college student

I think my English is not bad, and my Chinese is good
I want to know some foreign friends and try to help them
(especially girls >vO)

SO if you have any problems about Chinese
Welcom to find me :D
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Re: Talk to you in Chinese (Tainan)

Postby khangquach » 29 Jul 2016, 13:47

Hi girl,

Im Vietnamese boy will study Chinese from the basic on September in NCKU. Helping boy is fine for you? You just said "esp girls", it is not girl only.

Nice to meet you too.
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