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Foreigners can sign up for We Chat Pay and it's a breeze, although there are a few issues to watch out for.Follow along with us in this handy step-by-step explainer on signing up for We Chat Pay.Tap "add a card" from the We Chat Wallet section or from the popup that you get when you try to accept your friend's money transfer. Select Passport as your ID type, if you are a foreign passport holder.Make sure that the information that you enter is exact as it is written in your bank account.Tap on the Wallet icon to bring up We Chat Pay to add a bank card.If you can't find the Wallet tab, it likely means that your We Chat account is registered under a foreign phone number.If the average person is equipped with a metaphorical love radar that blips on potential romantic targets, you’re using a love dowsing rod you found in a compost pile.
Wow, I haven’t come across someone this flirtation-tone-deaf in a long while.The welcome message of the party’s new account, opened August 11, promises to "help [readers] understand party members from a new point of view." The collection of articles pushed out to followers has thus far been decidedly eclectic: on August 22, the top article was a snoozer taken straight out of party moutpiece People’s Daily about the propaganda czar’s edict to "deepening the understanding of Deng Xiaoping Theory and solidify our strong spiritual force to realize the Chinese Dream." But on August 25, one of the chosen articles waxed poetic about how one should "not to lead life as if it were a cup of instant coffee" and exhorted readers, "If at some point, you want to sit in the sun and listen to the sound of flowers blossoming, go ahead and do it." Meanwhile, the sign-off for new members –"Dear, please come visit me often" — sounds like the type of Internet slang a teenage girl might use to address her friends.The strange combination of propaganda and historical anecdote with web lingo and self-help tips marks another step in the party’s attempt to jostle for a place in China’s clamorous social media.Today you are less likely to be asked ‘you mingpian ma? I admit I also occasionally get lost down the rabbit hole of sticker wars: someone sends me one of pigs waving out of a window, I raise them a lipsticked, winking Kim Jong Un, and they put a dancing cat on the table. Or choose the ‘shake’ function: physically shake your phone (producing a satisfying sound like that of maracas) and see who is shaking theirs at the exact same time.In my limited experience, incidentally, it is always someone in the Middle East.