Very funny. Taobao is a little tricky if you can't read Chinese, "Hugh in 2009". And why do you assume "hslaaa" needs a boyfriend? Why do people say insulting and hurtful things on forums that they would never say to anyone in person? Anyway, I've been here three years and still don't know the names of most of the streets, but if you start at Green Lake Park and follow Yuan Tong Jie, cross Beijing Lu and continue on a block or two until the street starts to curve to the left, you'll see a shop on the right hand side just before the curve; look for the above mentioned characters. The shop is very small as most of them seem to be. Don't know if they have what you want, though, as I was in search of the now infamous pink egg at the time. Have you tried Watson's? Don't know if they have any up north, but there are quite a few in the center where we live. Good luck and pay no attention to the pinheads with too much time on their hands!
My question is this: How close to the day that your original L-visa expires can you apply for an extension? And when does the extended visa take effect? If it takes 7 days to process, does that mean I have to go apply for a 30 day extension 7 days before my current one expires? Thanks.
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The Korean restaurant at 18 Wen Lin Jie is under new management and I recommend it highly. It is chef owned, the owner (Ivan) and his wife speak a little English, and they are very friendly and helpful. Fast service, excellent Korean food and good prices. No, I'm not related to them, I just really enjoyed our evening there recently and want to spread the word in hopes that they'll do well and be around for a long time so we can keep going back!