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Registering with the Police Station
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ID: 0799 Upper Intermediate
The bureaucratical love affair with forms and hassle. In this podcast, a pain in the butt cracked open for all you waiguorens living in China. Listen to this lesson, and pack yourself down to the police station to register. Throw in a kowtow or two for good measure and turn on some Chinese charm--hopefully, you'll get a nice chain-smoking official who won't care that you're 362 days late...
Fri Feb 22 2008 | Jenny, John
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nǐhǎo ， wǒ yào bàn zhùsù dēngjì 。
Hello, I want to register my residence.
dài hùzhào le ma ？
Did you bring your passport?
dài le ，gěi nǐ 。
I did, here you go.
ng4 ，nǐ lái Zhōngguó nàme jiǔ le ？zhèngfǔ guīdìng yào zài rùjìng hòu èrshí sì xiǎoshí zhīnèi dēngjì ，yúqī yào fákuǎn de 。
Hmm, you've been in China this long? The government stipulates that you have 24 hours after you enter to register. If you exceed that there is a fine.
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