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User profile: Bernie

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  • RegisteredFebruary 24, 2007
  • RegionChina
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  • RegisteredFebruary 24, 2007

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Are cheap Chinese bikes worth buying ?

I have a Chinese-made folding bike bought in Canada (Therefore, there's no point me discussing the cost). but I wouldn't hesitate to buy a Chinese-made bike in future. Yes, sometimes, alloy tubing is used and, obviously, it affects the price.
Perhaps, ten years ago, one would have been much more cautious.

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Forums > Travel Yunnan > Bangladesh

China Eastern flight MU5708 ETD Kunming 12:55 am, ETA Dhaka 01:00 am.

A 30-day visa will be attached to your passport on arrival in Dhaka.

You ought to have immunization for measles.

OFFICIAL WARNING: Foreign Affairs advises against all travel to the Chittagong Hill Tracts region, where there is a high risk of politically motivated violence, ethnic clashes and kidnappings. Bangladeshi authorities must be notified seven days before any travel to this region. Exercise extreme caution, maintain a high level of personal security awareness at all times, monitor local developments, and avoid crowds and demonstrations.

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Forums > Food & Drink > Where's the dank food at?

@Dinkus: There are many restaurants on this Website. Nevertheless, more would be welcome. Therefore, why don't you spend a moment going to the 'Restaurants' page and placing your "amazing" finds there.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Business card print shops

Today, having left Kunming, I am unable to provide an actual business name, but with decades of years in publishing, I was always impressed by the quality of many "run-of-the-mill places" in Kunming. Of course, for a high-end magazine, calibrated colour levels, etc., are important, but (standard size) business cards?

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Ernie; I would agree with you if, as you say, "Chinese are going to flood into Nepal?" I certainly agree that, today, Nepal may be pragmatic and accept aid from who ever cares to offer it.
But my suggestion is that this proven theory of a decades-long integration will be realized by the Nepalese only when it is too late.
I am surprised (if I understand you correctly) that you are unaware of the patience of the CCP when seen in their relationships with Tibet, Mongolia, Korea (and believe me when I assure you that the CCP believes Korea to be one country) Hong Kong and Macao, and Taiwan, et al (yes, et al).
Compared to China, I find it very difficult to describe India as a country with tentacles.

Of course, there are two sides to this story. Communication and development and, closely related, politics.
Once again China spreads its tentacles, looking for an area with Tibetan links and a good defensive buffer against India. It saturates the country with Chinese and when the Nepalese revolt against this intrusion the Chinese will send the PLA to protect its citizens.
An old Soviet trick.

The most friendly man in Kunming. Having left Kunming, he is one of my favorite memories. I am so pleased that he has a new four-legged friend. I wonder if this publicity will help him to find his son - I hope so.
Thanks Chris.

Well. Mr. Corrupt Party Member of the "Sichuan People's Congress", if that is true, and you are indeed doing tax-paid business, why not do it in the business office - and does it matter if the police are nearby if your business is legitimate?

Of course, we can't say anything because you were led there by your Kunming tax-paid cadres. Ho, hum. :-(

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This restaurant is totally overwhelmed whenever the 4th floor is opened ... especially at weekends.

The kitchen is too small, and the kitchen staff too inexperienced. As others have said, it isn't difficult to learn that an 'appetizer' is a 'starter' and should be served before the main course.

To explain that the kitchen is "Too busy" should mean. 'CLOSE THE TOP FLOOR!'

The owner must recruit more staff from India, and spend more time at the restaurant (He hasn't been here here for three months).

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'American' breakfast with Yunnan tea ... No thank you!
I yearn for fresh bread somewhere.

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I am considering a visit to Kunming soon.
This information confuses me. There is another hotel on the opposite side of the street (opposite the university's West Gate) that is also called (as far as I remember) Yunnan University Hotel.
It is much less expensive.
Hotel reviews are much needed.