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Forums > Living in Kunming > Kunming FRAUD

Peter99 you have not been reading this thread because then you would know that this has been reported in main stream western media. Anyway why are you suddenly referring to “mainstream media”? The same guys you and your friends at Infowars despise so much!

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Kunming FRAUD

@TaraW
Looks this e-architect website gets its data for these tenders from tendertiger.com. Both sites only function as a platform for tenders and don’t take any responsibility.
tendertiger.com is based in India and they claim to handle hundred thousands of tenders. Understandably some bad apples will go through there as well.

Sorry you got one of them, good you did not get fully scammed.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Kunming FRAUD

Thanks Patrick_CH for your contribution.
Seems they are now after ski training centres.
It is very unlikely that a training centre will contact anybody directly. Normally these kind of contacts are done through travel agents with established relations and partners in the destination area.
I don’t know if they doing the standard “come and sign and then you buy some cigarettes” trick or that they are waiting to be invited to come to Switzerland for an all expenses paid free holiday for themselves.

Anyway pretty ridicules; three hours of training a day during five days for 90 days. If you want to learn to ski you go for from sun rise till sundown seven days a week.

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Higher production of coal based electricity with less coal is due to outfacing of older less efficient coal based generation plants. Next to that there is a reduction of coal use in other applications then electricity generation so percentage wise coal based electricity generation goes up (as a percentage of total coal use).
Geezer might be a mathematician but that does not mean he understands numbers.

Indeed still a lot of China's electricity consumption is coal based. But things are changing. In Yunnan more and more coal based plants are phased out because there is surplus of hydropower. Over the last years enormous amount of wind power generators have been installed and near Dali is one of the biggest solar farms in China.
Changes include as well the use of wind power to create fertiliser.
The other change is that Kunming's traffic has turned into stop-go-stop traffic. Electric propulsion is in this case can be less polluting then fossil fuel driven propulsion. Carbon and NOx emissions per km might be lower in these situations even if the electricity is coal based.

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