Forums > Living in Kunming > Accomodation Registration Form
It totally depends on your local office. In an interview at the PSB I was told to regiter each time I left the city for 24 hours or more but but an officer at the Beichen station was puzled as to why I wanted to register again after a month elsewhere in Yunnan. My advice, go to register and they will tell you if it's not required.
Forums > Living in Kunming > Calling card from mobile phones
I wonder if I could use a calling card to call mobiles in the UK. I've been using Skype but the calls to mobile phones are expensive. @Liumingke - let me know how you get on. The Taobao link oreven search term might be useful too.
Forums > Travel Yunnan > Yunnan, China- 4500Y budget - solo traveller
As Janjal mentioned, Yuanyang rice terraces is another nice trip from Kunming, especially if you like photography or hiking. It's nice throughout the year and different in each season. It can be done in a (very long) day but you'd miss the nicest times - dawn and dusk.
Kunming itself has very few things to see or do apart from those mentioned above but it does have quite a nice railway museum if you're interested in trains!
Forums > Living in Kunming > That's a new one.
@Liumingke True. Maybe they should add 'whites only'.
Maybe they should stop the BS (Bluberry Sundaes) and STFU (Sit Together with the Forgetful Uncle). At least most other schools with religious ideals leave it for the application form or don't mention it until interview.
On the bright side, I guess it saves time.