Has MyLot become Asian ?!?

@RAMONES (537)
Belgium
January 13, 2007 5:47pm CST
It seems to me that 80 % of all topics and responses come from India, Pakistan or anywhere else in the East. To me that is not a very big problem, but I fear sometimes that the opinions, thoughts and language are very different from each other.
5 responses
@seenoreen (559)
• Philippines
14 Jan 07
I've been active recently and I still see a wide range of topics that aren't from Asia. Try looking in the new discussion part and you will understand what I mean.
@venshida (4837)
• United States
13 Jan 07
I think that's what makes it special. I enjoy reading about these places. I love learning about other peoples culture. I think its a way we connect to each other, after all we are part of the same world.
@lauriefnp (5112)
• United States
13 Jan 07
I just discovered today that you can find out how many users are from each country. It's pretty cool to see. To the left of the page, under the MyLot Community where they list the number of users and the top users, etc. there is now a section for "users by location". It's interesting to see where everybody comes from. That's why we have such a wide variety of topics and so many different opinions here.
@nayand (168)
13 Jan 07
It depends which discussions you see to. You can check new discussions or recent discussions. It comes from all sorts of places. Do not have reservations for a region please enjoy the context of the discussion.
@misskatonic (3726)
• United States
13 Jan 07
The opinions and way of thinking are different, but that's a good thing. How better to exchange ideas and discuss things from opposite views than to do so with people from different backgrounds and different teachings? Discussion would be pretty boring if everyone had the same world view and starting point. I enjoy chatting with folks from all over, and I hope they enjoy talking to me.