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Sim cards are easy to come by, just go in the China mobile shop, they are everywhere, pay 100RMB and you get 60RMB of credit and internet (around 250MB) which costs about 30RMB

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Forums > Living in Kunming > What to bring to Kunming?

No probs!
It's kinda true most Chinese people don't use deodorant.. I don't know why they don't seem to sweat.
If you're studying at Yunnan normal you'll be right near Wenlin Jie. Great street for all things foreign. Bars, bakeries, Western restaurants.

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I went to the visa office today to ask about the new regulation that said students can work on a student visa... they didn't know what I was talking about.. Finally when I got someone who did have an inkling, they said they didn't know how to go about it. Typical.

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Animals better taken care of than Nanping bird and flower. Clean. If you are after a pedigree dog. Come here.

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Good bangers and mash, though sausages a bit dry (overcooked?)
Always been a fan of O'Reillys burgers. The three locations don't disappoint!

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Really impressed with this place. The only problem for me is the location, since I live downtown.
Very extensive menu and none of us (4 people) were disappointed with our orders. Decent sized portions, good flavour and nice outdoor seating area.
Will definitely go back and try other things on the menu!
Recommended!

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I had only tried BK in Shanghai before (my hometown doesn't have one) and I thought it was awesome. Kunmings BK isn't as good and way more expensive. Fries were good but really small. A decent burger, but I prefer McD's.

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Don't know what happened to this place.. New menu (of which they didnt have the first five things we tried to order).Prices have doubled.

Two stars for the Thai fried rice, mashed potatoes and outdoor seating area.