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    Do Asian students get along well with UK students???:confused:
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    (Original post by Scarlett2111)
    Do Asian students get along well with UK students???:confused:
    :yep: of course.
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    (Original post by Sena5)
    :yep: of course.
    Vietnamese students to be specific??
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    (Original post by Scarlett2111)
    Vietnamese students to be specific??
    Definitely not when you are this pretty
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    Gonna be honest the last Vietnamese student I tried to make friends with was an absolute ********. Spoiled brat with loads of prejudices.

    I'm sure you're lovely though.
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    (Original post by malefni)
    Definitely not when you are this pretty
    What do u mean really? Are u teasing me or smt😅
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    (Original post by Scarlett2111)
    Do Asian students get along well with UK students???:confused:
    People are just being nice. I'll let you know the harsh truth, some do get along find but most tend to shy away from UK students and stick to their own little groups. They will not communicate or even acknowledge those not in their groups.

    Note I said some and most so it's not like you have no chance mixing with UK students.

    This is speaking from experience having attended two universities and speaking with friends who observed the same thing.
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    (Original post by ChickenMadness)
    Gonna be honest the last Vietnamese student I tried to make friends with was an absolute ********. Spoiled brat with loads of prejudices.

    I'm sure you're lovely though.
    I'm not that kind really😊
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    Not at all! You are pretty And yes, UK is a multi cultural society and you would have not have any issues making friends
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    (Original post by TSA)
    People are just being nice. I'll let you know the harsh truth, some do get along find but most tend to shy away from UK students and stick to their own little groups. They will not communicate or even acknowledge those not in their groups.

    Note I said some and most so it's not like you have no chance mixing with UK students.

    This is speaking from experience having attended two universities and speaking with friends who observed the same thing.
    U have good point. Thks a lot!
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    (Original post by malefni)
    Not at all! You are pretty And yes, UK is a multi cultural society and you would have not have any issues making friends
    It's so nice of u to say so. Thks a lot ^^
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    (Original post by Scarlett2111)
    Vietnamese students to be specific??
    lol Many students are visiting UK universities to learn there. So, I don't think Vietnam will be something special. All are the same and treated equally there. Therefore, Vietnamese also can.
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    East Asian or South Asian ?
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    (Original post by LaughingBro)
    East Asian or South Asian ?

    What's the difference? All're Asian and i mean Vietnamese
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    ^ OP, UK and America's definition of 'Asian' is different. Google it! :facepalm:
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    (Original post by malefni)
    Definitely not when you are this pretty
    How can you tell if she's pretty when the pic is too small to see clearly! :confused:
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    (Original post by LaughingBro)
    ^ OP, UK and America's definition of 'Asian' is different. Google it! :facepalm:
    Got it!
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    (Original post by LaughingBro)
    ^ OP, UK and America's definition of 'Asian' is different. Google it! :facepalm:
    (Original post by Scarlett2111)
    Got it!
    Nah. I only ever heard of 'south asian / east asian' on the student room. People in real life just say Asian. / indian / whatever
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    (Original post by ChickenMadness)
    Nah. I only ever heard of 'south asian / east asian' on the student room. People in real life just say Asian. / indian / whatever
    'Oriental: The term is used for East Asians in British English (where 'Asian' means someone from South Asia; i.e. Pakistan or India).'
    Seriously,it's so annoying!
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    (Original post by Scarlett2111)
    'Oriental: The term is used for East Asians in British English (where 'Asian' means someone from South Asia; i.e. Pakistan or India).'
    Seriously,it's so annoying!
    ye it is annoying haha. People trying to change the definition of the word.

    btw I've never heard anyone say south asian my entire life living in UK. When i first heard it on here I had to google it to find out what they meant.

    When people say Asian they always meant china/japan/korea/etc. Or they just say the country.
 
 
 
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