Richland International Hospital

User profile: bongzilla

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  • RegisteredAugust 17, 2006
  • RegionChina
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  • RegisteredAugust 17, 2006

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Forums > Living in Kunming > water shortage?

i was at yueyatan park a few days back and the water that was being sprayed on the plants there smelled absolutely turd-tastic!

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Seriously what does it take to get a job in KM?

Kunming is often slower than everywhere else in China, which can be nice or frustrating, depending on the situation.

I'd recommend going to a bar, finding someone who works as an English teacher here and buying them a beer before barraging them with questions about what schools might be hiring and anything else you want to know.

Buena suerte!

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actually, the 6:30 shift change idea was mine, i sarcastically suggested it back in the day when pullin tubes with the minister of roads and some taxi company bosses. then i said, 'hey, why don't you keep the taxi fleet the same size forever?'. didn't think they'd take me seriously. sorry.

that open bit of road in the photo looks far from safe... i may be seeing things (cough, cough), but are there people walking on the road? wacky.

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superfriendly owner and cheap rolling papers... lots of random cool dongxi as well

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The mozzarella cheese is the bees' knees, it's the same price as mozz at Paul's but it's local and organic rather than from New Zealand and non-organic.

Pesto is great but I've been hittin it too hard lately.

The unsweetened yogurt is a very welcome change of pace from the usual sweetened stuff you can buy around town.

I eat the brown rice all the time now, soooooooo good.

The 5kg assorted vegetable boxes are usually full of delicious surprises.

I don't eat meat, but my lazyass roommate says they're really good if you're jonesing for western-style links.

Kunming needs more stuff like this!!!