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  1. localizer
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    Heh my pops is trynna convince me to go back to get a faculty position but my Chinese is horrible. Last time I went back all the locals thought I was retarded.
     
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    They respect sea turtles. You'll be fine. If all else fails, try Hong Kong. If somehow that doesn't work, try Europe. The US doesn't deserve any Chinese talent powering its science or technology.
     
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    Singapore attracts a lot of Chinese scientists who were trained overseas. Maybe that's where I'll end up hehe.
     
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    If that’s the case, I’m in deep deep trouble...
     
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    That's true. However I've heard that competition is getting fiercer because more and more of them are returning so localizer should probably strike the iron while it is hot.
     
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    He is already localized to English speaking countries. But Singapore should be fine.
     
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    Does Tencent accept sea turtle software engineers? Saw in news that Huawei no longer hire US citizens so guess that would be a no go. But seems that there is already a large pool of software engineers in China, and the competition would be incredibly tough.
     
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    I don’t think the sea turtles are as hot as before. The sea turtles have become seaweed long time ago...

    Late 1990’s and early 2000’s was the good time for sea turtles. So many of them went back and plus the domestic competition. They became seaweed around 2010... I don’t know what they are called now.
     
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    China make the waste land bloom

    Xinjiang expands test of saline soil rice near desert

    Source:Xinhua Published: 2019/6/6 15:04:11

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    Farmers carry seedlings of saline soil rice in Baiyiawati of Yopurga County, northwest China's Xinjiang Province, June 3, 2019. The saline soil rice R&D team of Yuan Longping, the prestigious pioneer of hybrid rice, is expanding its planting scale on the western margin of the Taklimakan desert in Xinjiang Province, June 3, 2019. The saline soil rice R&D team of Yuan Longping, the prestigious pioneer of hybrid rice, is expanding its planting scale on the western margin of the Taklimakan desert in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The area of the test field, in the township of Baiyiawati, Yopurga County under Kashgar, has been expanded to 20 hectares this year from last year's 5.3 hectares, according to Cao Zhishun who leads the Xinjiang team. (Xinhua/Ren Liying)


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    The saline soil rice R&D team of Yuan Longping work in a test field in Baiyiawati of Yopurga County, northwest China's Xinjiang, June 3, 2019. The saline soil rice R&D team of Yuan Longping, the prestigious pioneer of hybrid rice, is expanding its planting scale on the western margin of the Taklimakan desert in Xinjiang. The area of the test field, in the township of Baiyiawati, Yopurga County under Kashgar, has been expanded to 20 hectares this year from last year's 5.3 hectares, according to Cao Zhishun who leads the Xinjiang team. (Xinhua/Ren Liying)


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