Forums > Living in Kunming > phonebook sim card for iPhone
@mingdao: You ought to scroll back to the begining of this, and read everything because for someone asking people to help you with your problem (not theirs) you should be grateful of the help of these people, instead of biting their heads off.
Feel free to bite me.
Forums > Living in Kunming > I don't know what you people see in this place...
This 'person' should not be ignored.
We must set up a fund to buy him a one-way ticket to Hong Kong, or ... anywhere.
Of course, by train.
Forums > Living in Kunming > Patriotism
Ha, ha. Li(e)wei (Cadre # 1) should be permanently ignored. He, he.
Forums > Living in Kunming > Beware US Consulate Chengdu
@Greg.: Sorry 'Mate' I have both British and Canadian passports, and my wife is Chinese. At one time, we could cross the US border by waving one's driving license through the window (I once waved, successfully, an American Express card). Today, actually, since 9/11, the US (I mean the government) has a phobia of foreigners, and this is also reflected in the US/Chinese border - I could tell quite a few stories of discriminatory behavior in Canadia and US embassies, not to mention the Chinese PSB (but that goes without mention). ;-)
My advice is; Visit Asia whilst you have the opportunity.
@JJ: What a wonderful idea - what reward would you suggest. ;-)
@laotou: Oh my G*d, "... preferred status". I hope that Greg. will keep in touch.