Forums > Living in Kunming > GoKunming new features and functionality
Sadly I have to agree with livinginchina.
GoK was once lively, contentious, at times abusive but also interesting, entertaining and always informative. The goal of harmony resulted in policy of forced moderation and eventual censorship. Only approved opinions and discourse was allowed. As the hand on the tiller grew heavier, GoK lost the wind.
Sorry for getting nautical but I bought a home less than a kilometer from the ocean in California and have been relaxing, enjoying my dotage, sailing, and the Kunming like weather here. I miss China and Kunming. American food is boring.
Forums > Living in Kunming > Buildings torn down inside protected area
Any chance that the people putting up cash for houses/buildings can recover their money?
Forums > Living in Kunming > Stocking up on food, recommendation
In the US we are being told that getting vaccinated will end the supply chain problem. Biden’s Energy secretary Jennifer Granholm on skyrocketing prices of goods:
"[Economists say] there is a transitory nature to the inflation problem…We wanna make sure we get everybody vaccinated so we can unclog the bottlenecks that we’ve been seeing.”
The Chinese government is more rational.
Forums > Living in Kunming > COVID 19 vaccine for foreigners
Found an interesting video (48 min) on the COVID pandemic and the vaccines being pushed. The mRNA vaxx are still experimental and controversy is raging on who should get the shot. I got the two Pfizer shots as I am 78 with additional high risk problems.
This is the link and there are many (100+ ?) links to additional resources.
Frankly, I would try to get the Chinese vaxx as it seems to be, to my non-medical mind, a safer bet than the untested experimental mRNA versions.