Michael is right.
Most hospital computers can add a lot of characters due to pinyin. Names are usually not a problem but having a Chinese one is helpful. Make sure you coordinate you chinese name with you healthcare provider.
For passport no. Michael's advice is good and it works. In my long stay in China managed to put it right even though I have a ridiculously long name.
Although the sometimes don't use space between my first and family name, I ask them to write the first letter of my Last name in capital letters, when the skip the konghao.
-6 down votes for the cruel things I wrote, as we speak (=downvoted)
...and an hour later, my offensive and rude post received the wrath of the populist voter counsil.
and again...the thumb voting thing is not working unless you want one point of view for all eternity.
For Christsake some posters even got downvotes for helping post in other threads.
How do you explain that?
It doesn't work. I haven't been an angel but the censorship is ranndom and chaotic. Please help make it better.
Then you could alsp ask the question, what is the point of the vote?
The post is not deleted, just hidden.
Random posts for no obvious reasons are hidden.
Biased opinion and a few posters are in charge of what is allowed to be openly viewed.
I still think the judges should be visible, that way, it's easy to spot who is unreasonably downvoting everything.
Let's see how long this post will last.
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Sorry this probably belongs into the forum section...But just to clarify and thanks to overrated reviews I went to CC with high expectations to get some delicacies, I wanted to surprise my wife with a delicacy and there was absolutely nothing that Parkson, Metro or Carrefour don't have.I don't like Chorizo so there has to be more than just that to make me give 5 stars.Plus I already gave them 3 stars, for the very positive things I experienced.There are no products that other shops don't offer, except if their products are home made but I didn't see any labels stating it's organic or home made.For the cold cuts I found as well as the cheeses are all (or most) available at other stores.I didn't know that they make sandwiches and I will give that a try especially knowing that Sandra is involved in the making which usually leads to a yummy tummy.But again as delicacy shop it's very unimpressive and as stated before I believe it will get better. So I am not bashing it but trying to help the owners to give some ideas not just applause because I like Sandra's food...which I do.So I recommend to give realistic reviews. 5 stars just because you like one item there will just disappoint potential CC patrons that are not going for Sandwiches or Chorizo.It's a shop with tons of potential and I will come back to try the Sandwich and see what else they will have in future. But giving more than 3 stars for what I saw wouldn't be fair.
I went there and all the fake Ikea (furniture) items were almost twice as much as the originals at Ikea. The fixing guys are good but as mentioned above at least need a week or two to drill 4 holes in the wall.
The little knick knacks are ok and reasonably priced. For real furniture, I wouldn't buy there. Better and cheaper options available. But good for cheap and nice decorations and accessories.
I practiced there for a few weeks but unforntunately I had to stop, due to relocation.
It's a good school but what I didn't like was the Martial Arts blend between traditional kungfu and modern wushu, similar to the Henan one.
But I still like it for the good exercise, staff and classmates.
I am not sure if there are actually some real kungfu monks, so if you are looking for the full martial package, you might get disappointed, as almost anywhere in China.
Be aware that practice is not in the temple but in a kungfu school one block away
That said, it is in my opinion the best choice in Kunming to practice the closest to real martial arts (besides taiji). And it's very reasonably priced.