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I heard it works in Yuxi, an hour away from here. I've also heard that a no-horn rule was implemented quickly and effectively in Nanning a few years back.

This would be great if it were eventually enforced. Does anyone know if regulations like this have worked in other cities?

it's damn annoying trying to get back to the top end of xuefu lu from town after the change.

now i have to go up the crowded 121 dajie right up to kunsha lu, way further than necessary, and through many more lights, before doubling back up hongshan bei lu.

therefore, for me at least, the changes are bad bad bad!

Mmmm, the Forum article seems to have been cut -- I wonder what is wrong with describing the Heavenly Manna restaurant as, not, the best Chinese restaurant in Kunming? Good (so, it's said) but not the best.

Couldn't let this go without a comment. But, not wishing to repeat them, there are comments on this article in the Forum section.

Writing a good article until the ink sweat drips from your brow, and nobody comments, can be heartbreaking.
So, I'd just like to say banning fishing for six months is laughable. OK, it's better than nothing, but it should be the first six months of every year, and where are the government's pollution police when you want them!? And no jokes about Tim Horten's, thank you.

I think it is the most brilliant idea in the century to reopen the old Stilweel road. it is definitely going to improve relations between the two world giants

Oh wow.....a beauty contest for police....Now if they actually did something instead of sitting in their cars smoking all day. If they actually didn't break the laws they are supposed to enforce or if they weren't some of the laziest, most ignorant, most corrupt and/or least trained police on the planet it would really be something to write about.