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Forums > Living in Kunming > Serpenza, C Milk (& ADVChina)

More to the point... would any of you consider leaving China for Vietnam, I don’t get what the big fuss is especially living in Kunming, it’s hardly a hub of political troubles. All seems pretty good unless you’re someone who enjoys moving from country to country.

Forums > Living in Kunming > Chinese drama series

Lacking a bit of TV content lately so watched a couple of episodes last night, seems a good watch :o)

One question though... You say most have English subtitles, does this mean I'm going to get into it then suffer watching episodes later with no subtitles. My Chinese isn't good enough to watch without, shows like this are helpful when it comes to improving language flow but with no subtitles at all it would be a right pain.

Also as a side point, it's blocked using HK server so need to watch on others.


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"checking to see if the elderly who are given seats say 'thank you'."

That's definitely a tough pass, I can't remember ever getting a thank you from an elderly person for any kind of polite gesture (holding doors, picking up something they dropped etc).

Overall, even if it all goes lax afterwards it must have some kind of longer term imprint on the city.

@tiger First thing I thought, a lot of money that's not going to be recouped through tourist spending anytime to quickly. Definitely bumping up the GDP, can't knock any kind of upgrade to the area but I'd be so much more impressed if it was put into something like countryside schools as liumingke1234 said. In fact I'd have quite a fair bit of admiration for the government then.



Been here several times lately and every time I've enjoyed my meal. Don't know why some others have said it was pricey, the price has always seemed fair to me :)