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I'm pretty far from politics, I'm newbie in it. As a programmer traveling in SE Asia for pretty much a long time, I have a plan to eventually move to either China or Hong Kong or Latin or South America to live there, perhaps become a citizen. It might also US but I'm not sure yet.

It seems like China becomes more powerful overtime especially for the last years. I don't know if this is really the case but this is how it conveys to me. Whereas Latin and South America don't show any significant progress.

I'm thinking about finding a job at an office. So I have a choose a country, but I have to do it carefully. So it would be either China or some country in Latin-South America where only Chile comes to mind (I don't want to live in Brazil due to Portuguese language).

What would you recommend me, what to choose?


migration rejected from Dec 17 '13 at 12:32

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closed as off-topic by Mark Mayo, uncovery, Vince, Dirty-flow, Flimzy Dec 17 '13 at 12:32

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Unfortunately whoever migrated this doesn't realise it's offtopic, and that asking for recommendations is against our policies (see help center). Welcome to the site, but this question will likely be closed, sorry :( You may consider the Expat proposal - as it sounds like it'd be right up your alley. Also consider joining our Travel Chat and asking in there - quite a few programmers and remote workers in there :) – Mark Mayo Dec 17 '13 at 11:51