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Forums > Living in Kunming > US Citizens: voting help and dem community

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Forums > Living in Kunming > US Citizens: voting help and dem community

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Mike

Other links of interest...

> 这里是昆明都市时报关于Michael的报道
> ,你点击"漂流弥勒3人失踪",其中Michael的名字被写
> 成了中文" 迈克儿"(mai4ke4er2)
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There are some words here written by the Uyghur musician Hong Qi in Beijing:
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In memory of Michael Sutherland:[...]

Forums > Living in Kunming > Books

Chapter One, a bar on Wenlin Jie, has a collection of used English-language books. Most of the good stuff is only available for loaning, but you can also trade in (2 of yours for 1 of theirs) on the first floor.

Also, there is a used bookstore in 春园小区 (Chun1 yuan2 xiao3 qu4) a large housing community popular with foreigners, near the No. 6 bus station. It is primarily used, English-language books. Although they are small -- they only have about 10 shelves of novels and non-fiction -- they have some interesting books (I saw a newish Mirukami novel). They also have lots of magazines and even some kids books. I think they're primarily set up as a loaning library, but you can buy them too.


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