@bilingualexpat: "The law of the land wasn't always red,"
No it wasn't, but at some point the laws changed so that all land in China became owned by state and collectives, never individual people or families and most certaintly not foreigners.
If you try to imply that however the change happened did not include the land owned by you or your family in middle of Beijing, I just don't believe it.
That land stopped being owned by you or your family when the red law took over.
From "Kunming Expats" FB group on June 11, 2017:
"Hello all. We are a group people really love hockey here in kunming. Since the ice rink in Hongta sports complex has been renovated and will be reopened next week. We will get back on the ice and start our weekly game soon. Anyone who's interested is welcomed to join us. Free 101 lesson for beginners. Feel free to let me know if you want to play some hockey in kunming.
FYI, we will do an exhibition game for the rink at 2 pm on 18th, if you are interested, come and meet us."
China Mobile and China Telecom do not have networks (or whatever technology detail) that would give most foreign-bought phones 4G.
China Unicom has. Works great in the city, but I have been in places in Yunnan where it does not have service, while China Mobile has solid 4G.
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