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  • RegisteredSeptember 11, 2008
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  • RegisteredSeptember 11, 2008

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Forums > Living in Kunming > I'm moving to Kunming, and thinking about what kind of things to bring with me?

No, I wasn't implying that. Remember that you are not here and we (the reader of this post) don't know what other concerns you might have so my comment was to reassure you that when you get here you will be alright. When I came here almost 3 years old from New York I didn't know anything or anyone. Kunming has been nothing be great to me. I was just trying to give it to you from my experience nothing more. When you come here you will see. Good Luck to you!

Forums > Living in Kunming > wonders of life in China !

I agree with Jess_KM. Been here for almost 3 yrs. I think some of it depends where you live. Some of the places the pipes are really bad which adds to an already bad situation as for as water is concern. I always took our water for granted back in New York. When I came here I realized how blessed I was living in the states with water you can drink of the tap.


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I'm glad I live in Kunming. We have been so fortunate to be able to buy what we need. We are fortunate to be able to take walks and go out. I'm happy that people here have really worked together to get through this horrible situation. My heart breaks for those that are less fortunate. Never in my wildest dream would I ever had imagine that this would happen. I feel sad for the people that lost their lives and their loves ones. Hopes and dreams were sudden taken away with little to no warning. Children becoming orphans through no fault of their own. Husbands losing their wives and wives losing their husbands. Grandparents losing their children and children losing their grandparents. In a mostly one child family this is so devastating to the Chinese culture. Not being able to say goodbye and burying your loves ones. I just can't imagine that. I feel that Kunming is doing a great job though I know at times some people can be a bit much. We're still not out of the woods, this I know. Hopefully it will end soon and never happen again. Thanks Gokunming for given us information throughout this crisis. You've help many of us. Keep up the good work.

My point was that the structure themselves are so massive that there are wasted. There will be many empty offices and apartments. I live in the North and rarely go to Dong Feng Square anymore. Here in the north they are building a mall too. They have a Walmart, train station, McD's and many dress shops that have little to no traffic. When the mall opens this or next year it will be empty like most mall I've been to.

You have valid points. Everything is about 'likes' & 'followers' and 'clickbaits'. Not to go off on your point but I remember when T.V. series had killer 'theme' songs. These new T.V. series only have a 5-10 seconds intro. This is all due to the attention span of this generation or lack thereof.