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Mojiang Twins Festival: it's a wrap,
Sesame Street English
128 Shulin Jie, Caiyunli building B 3F Kunming Yunnan (0871) 68428282
New Oriental English School
89 Sanshi Jie, Jinbi Huihuang office building Kunming Yunnan (0871) 65306000
Xuefu Lu, Fengyung Fortune Square, building C 3rd floor Kunming Yunnan (0871) 63852424
Oni Jam & Coffee Shop
Wenlin Jie, Tianjun dian, Building no. 4 Kunming Yunnan
4 Dingxin Jie Kunming Yunnan (0871) 68123001
Kunming Huayang Academy for Language and Culture
6/F Vanke Xuefu Building (intersection of Xuefu Lu and Jianshe Lu) Kunming Yunnan (0871) 65128600
The Park (Closed as of January 2019)
Green Lake Park, Shicui Cultural Center Kunming Yunnan
Sujiatang Cun, Yunlifang Xiaoqu. building 3-4 store 1 room 4 Kunming Yunnan
Kunming Yu-Cong Enterprise Management Co. Ltd.
Room 801, Building B, Kaiyue Shidai Xiangshe, 28 Baiyun Lu Kunming Yunnan (0871) 63321836
Discover 茶 Tea Studio
45 Shui'an Lu Kunming Yunnan
Yunnan's elephant population increases
"The population of wild Asian elephants in southwest China's Yunnan Province has reached 293, a 52 percent increase from 193 during the early 1980s, experts said at the first meeting of the first expert committee on Asian elephants."
International soccer tournament kicks of in Kunming
"The "2019 Colorful Yunnan Belt and Road International Football Tournament" held by the Chinese Football Association and the Yunnan Provincial Bureau of Sport, will be held in Kunming this month."
Ethiopian runners win SCO Kunming International Marathon
"Ethiopian Dereje Debele Tulu won the men's full marathon race in 2:13:18, while Mulu Seboka Seyfu, also from Ethiopia, triumphed in the women's category in 2:32:54. About 20,000 runners from 35 countries and regions took part."
Tea planters blamed for damaging forests
"Tea planters in Xishuangbanna have been intentionally damaging the area's nature reserve, claiming it has obstructed their tea plantations. The rising price of Pu'er tea has driven many locals to seek profits at the cost of nature."