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Forums > Living in Kunming > Moving to Kunming - where?

I would say it's better to live in the center (e.g. within 30min bus ride of green lake) or slightly north e.g. Beichen, than in the south. or close to a subway station, some areas in the south are not easily accessible by public transport so I think it would be much more isolating, I know going to visit people in the south where I had to catch the subway then the bus it took two hours because the buses didn't come.

If you lived near a subway station in the south I think that could work though.

Or if you have no problem catching taxis all the time.

Forums > Living in Kunming > WeRun possibly to manually change step count, how?

Hello, one of my Chinese friends seems to have suddenly changed her step count in WeRun from Sunday when we were talking about what she did on Sunday, and I'm extremely suspicious she didn't actually walk that number of steps :p

I also want to know how to do this, are the files stored on my phone somewhere?

If not I guess it could be just a coincidence.
P.s.i realise I should get a life :D

Forums > Study > Chinese schools in Jinghong, Xishuangbanna

hello, I am just looking for language schools in Xishuangbanna ideally near Menglun, does anyone know of a Chinese language school in that area which can support an X1 or X2 visa? Thanks!!


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This is interesting, in New Zealand we have a lot of wooden houses, at least partly because of earthquakes where they are more flexible. However in Australia where there are more fires brick is more common. Though probably also due to available materials and cost.


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