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  • RegisteredJanuary 10, 2017
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Forums > Living in Kunming > ExpressVPN

I don't use express, and the one I use is generally pretty good, but since the holiday it's hit and miss.

Whenever my Veep shows my location in BJ area, my net crawls...as it did during the holiday, the beginning of the coranavirus, and now the weekend.

When it shows I'm in chenggong, its ok, but still a challenging to operate FB, but ironically YT will work decently.
UGH!

Finished with my rant.

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Forums > Travel Yunnan > Where to travel in winter?

Back to original question.
Anyone have anymore suggestions for kunming surrounding areas and outside as well?

I've recently heard of Jian Shui, the "home" of tofu.

Fuxian lake is nearby.

I"m looking for places of scenery, lakes, etc.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Raising a child in Kunming

@ocean,
I'm not clear on this.

How or why would it matter if your child

traveled to France for an example, and then back to the UK and then back to China?

He would be using his UK passport, that still has the entry/exit stamp on his UK passport regarding China.

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No Wall Street Pete!!
NO wall street pete!

No more corporate controlled candidates, thank you very much.
No more neoliberals, thank you very much.
No more BULLSHIT, and the same old corporate controlled candidates who do not support the working class.

NO NO NO SEAN!
lol

Yep. I have always loved and still love the "Old Towns" no matter the naysayers and the "purists" of china travelers.
Yes, they are often crowded, overpriced, not authentic for the most part, but they have tons of personality IMO, and can always find great content for shooting pics or vids.

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Went there with the kids, was very cool.

Can rent traditional outfits, take pictures in the temple and throne, my girls loved it.
The town itself is great if you like the old traditional buildings, and they had some shows put on, music, dancing, and little skits.

For about 35 rmb each, kids free, was worth it, wished we had more time there.