Have anybody tried moneygram? They have a bunch of branches here but Im not sure if it will work like any other money gram I have used outside of china: Get there, fill the paperwork, give them the money and the name of the receiver and thats it. Do I need the tax papers for that as well?????
The address has changed last week to a new (all different types of entry and exit services) building at Tuodong Road. Im sorry I dont remember the number exactly but Im almost sure is 118. Its a quite big and brand new building.
They have the directions about how to get to the new office at the door from the old office. Its a bit of walk, about 1km.
The service is not so bad and english is well spoken there. Bring copies of your passport, chinese visa, entry stamp, address registration (original and copy) and picture. 160 RMB for 1 month extension paid when its ready. Service done in 7 days. The new visa will be valid from the day you applied and you can hand it out at the expiration date, the latest.