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User profile: Liumingke1234

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  • RegisteredSeptember 11, 2008
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  • RegisteredSeptember 11, 2008

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Dog Friendly Kunming

They cracked down on unlicensed dogs before about 5 years ago. They are starting up again. I was told that since my dog (French bulldog) is 14 years old he won't need it. He's too old (about 72 years in human age). He doesn't go outside our xiao qu.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > thumbs up & down

I think in the end, it really doesn't matter. Upvote, downvote or no vote it's not a big deal at least for me. The moderators can do whatever they please.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Single Mom in Kunming

I wonder why would a single mother want to come all the way to China with a 7th month baby with no one here already as a support.

Everything you do here will be twice as hard.

I wish you all the luck in the world.

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It's sad that the first programs to be cut are the music and art programs in America. Too little importance are given to this not realizing that having these programs spurs creativity and keep the kids out of trouble too. Kudos to the Village Progress!

No one is ask to be born into this world and yet here we are. What's sad is we as a society are losing compassion and respect not only to our own parents but to our fellow human being. I agree that no person should bring a child into this world with the expectation to be 'taken care of' in their old age. What's sad is the way some children treat their parents worse than animals.

The days of your child taking care of you in your old age is pretty much over. A lot of children move away and have their own families to take care. They need to go where the jobs and opportunities are. Many times it's not in the cities they were raised in. Sadly, I feel that China is becoming more and more like the west in which aging parents are put in nursing home left to die.

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