@Duke, Isn't Vietnam still banning entry by foreigners anyway? If it was me, I would drag myself down to the entry-exit bureau and plead my case (perhaps I foolishly and mistakenly thought the 30 day extensions were automatic as long as the epidemic situation was still ongoing?).
IF YOU GET SENT TO HOSPITAL UPON ARRIVING IN KUNMING FROM ABROAD.... make sure you get all of the records from your hospital stay, espcially a stamped statement that you have been tested x times for coronaviurs and found negative and have been free of fever for x days and when you get to your qurantine hotel, you need to stop at the first checkpoint and show the paperwork to the authorities there and make sure they agree to get all of the fever-free days of your hosptial stay deducted in advance from your hotel stay. Once you pass this first checkpoint and go to the hotel check-in, you will be dealing mostly with hotel staff and it will be much more difficult to adjust the duration of your hotel quarantine.
I've been taking boxing classes with Kasey, who is an excellent teacher. The studio is no-frills, but they have a wide range of yoga, self defense and other classes. And some of the teachers even donate the class fees to charity. Glad to have Spring City Yoga Collective as part of the community in Kunming.
Stopped in today while out on a motorbike ride. Nice place to chill out away from the hustle and bustle of town. Can swim in the reservoir nearby (although technically prohibited, nobody seems to care). Great pizza. Good coffee. Reasonable price. As previous reviewer mentioned, if you're going there particularly, it might be worth calling and double checking they're open and arranging for food. Owners speak English.
A welcome addition to the Western choices in Kunming! Good bread, world-class pastry art, a small but solid food menu. Would suggest a little more flavor in the tomato pasta, and eggs benedict would be even better if on an English muffin instead of bread.