English teaching isn't banned. What's banned is private profit based training schools. This means that there are still jobs going in universities, state schools and some training schools that have negotiated with the government and managed the transition to the new regulations. Like livinginchina mentioned, the amount of jobs are drastically reduced but it's definitely possible to get one.
What's wrong about discussing Kunming based employers on a Kunming based forum?
It's a good idea because there is almost no information about Kunming training schools anywhere else. Also, nowadays you can't just come to China and have a look around. The new visa policies mean that there is a lot of admin to be done in your home country prior to coming here. Which means any prior knowledge, no matter how biased, is better than none.
Does anyone know a cheap way of sending a 20kg box to the UK? So far the cheapest I've found is oversea using China post. 208 Rmb for the first kg +22rmb per additional kg. Did anybody know of any dedicated companies that do this? Time isn't a factor in my case. Thanks
Lol my totally vague answer isn't really much help. I've forgotten the important details such as time and price, my recollection is that they were generally the same as the train. Also worth mentioning, Jianshui
bus station is a lot closer to the town than the train station. You can walk to the old town from the bus station, from the train station you can either take a taxi or mianbaoche. I don't know if they've got busses.
Take the bus from the south coach station which is a subway stop. The bus takes 3 to 4 hours. I've forgotten the price but i remember it being similar to a train ticket. You don't need to book in advance and departures are frequent. Just go to the bus station and hop on a bus
Needed a lot of work done after years of neglect. Everything was taken care of professionally and the result was perfectly satisfactory. Only gripe was that at one point my tooth got infected but the clinic sorted it all out.