There is a Chinese article here society.yunnan.cn/system/2019/01/15/030179193.shtml that includes a map showing how the route of line 4 relates to the surface map.
Here is the same for line 5 news.sina.com.cn/o/2018-03-31/doc-ifysufwf8053906.shtml
@AlPage. Have you tried using Mozilla Firefox to access your online banking?
I know that Google Chrome has created problems for me in the past as I cannot make online payments with my China Merchants Bank account using Chrome, but I am fine with Firefox. I am assuming it bay be the same with Chrome and other banks.
Looking at this article www.islam4theworld.net/[...] which is a few years old now, it suggests that there may be weekend schools run locally, but not full time faith schools.
This makes sense as there is so much focus on the college entrance exams, that every school level is geared to that end.
You might find that general inquiries, to mosque leaders, might be better done face to face when you arrive.
There are many Muslims in Kunming, and at least 5 mosques that I know of.
Many landlords will not spend any money on property, period.
Contracting a local plumber might cause more costs and problems than it is worth.
The low cold water pressure may be the seasonal lowering of water pressure by water companies to preserve water.
This was supposed to have stopped a couple of years ago, but I had heard unsubstantiated claims that it had started again. It would not be worth you installing a pump, and pressure may go back up once rainy season starts in full.
As for you hot water, I guess that one tap is connected to a new solar heater, and the others are connected to an older system.
A quick fix would be to buy electric hot water heaters yourself, and take them with you when you leave. The simplest type is like a tap/faucet with a heater at the base that replaces your tap. They can be fitted in 5 minutes if you have a power socket in your bathroom, simple DIY job needing a screwdriver only. The one I bought on Taobao even had someone come and fit it free in the price (currently 169) detail.tmall.com/[...] OK you should not have to buy it your self, but reality is you will have to. You can get cheaper ones, but Haier is a good brand.
If you want to shower you can get similar instant water heaters or you can get the ones with a tank that you heat up before you take a shower. Apparently this type are not energy efficient and leaving them on all the time is expensive.
Again, buying on Taobao or Tmall you will get a better price and if you buy from a reputable brand you get aftersales service and in some cases installation services.
You may be able to negotiate with your landlord, if you do all the work (some are too busy or can't be bothered). If not you will have to pay, but you can take them with you or sell them, when you leave.
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