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By visiting the historical tourist attractions there, he experienced the profound history and culture of the city.Now he is an online celebrity on Zhihu, and answers questions related to Chinese and American culture and society, with a focus on the contrast and comparison between the two countries, such as how the poor people in the U. live and what stereotypes Americans have about China.
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Now he knows the country like the back of his hand.
He came to Xi’an, a historical city in northwest China in 2017 and worked as an overseas study consultant.
A young New Yorker, the only Chinese-speaking tour guide at the visitor center of the UN headquarters whose native language is not Chinese, is making a name for himself on Chinese social media.
Oliver Marsh, who calls himself Ma Shaofei in Chinese, has attracted over 20,000 followers on Zhihu, a Chinese question-and-answer website.