Kunming Huayang Academy for Language and Culture

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  • RegisteredJune 9, 2008
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Forums > Living in Kunming > E-bike check up

My e-bike needs a few minor repairs and, ideally, a "health check" to make sure everything is functioning as should be. I tried a couple of likely looking shops this week, but they just shrugged. Does anyone know of a mechanic or e-bike shop which can help with this. Somewhere within a few km of WenLinJie or XiaoXiMen would be perfect.

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The road up to the Temple is OK for cars and e-bikes, if a little bumpy. The temple itself is great - large, interesting and very quiet. No ticket, great views, worth the trip. I took off one star as there's a lot of building work at the rear but no real issue.

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I took my 4 year old for his first experience of bowling. They have no "inflatable sausages" to go in the gutters, so 95% of his throws/rolls hit nothing. Also, no kids' shoes or small balls. We asked if they host birthday parties and were told no. Lots of smokers there too. So cheap enough, and everything worked, but not one for kids.

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Quiet and rarely visited place. You can drive an e-bike up to the temple if you're careful. Sometimes shut if the guards are in a bad mood.

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I arranged an airport pick-up with John and he was very flexible and good value. When I had to cancel the arrangement at short notice, he was fine with it. Seems very professional.

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I thought this "No.57" restaurant is where Teresa's (WenLinJie) used to be, but I rechecked and that is "No.72" restaurant!