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Forums > Living in Kunming > Teaching in Kunming/China

what happen lately in shanghai tells you something about the latest trend. electricity of a bookshop was cut by authority while it is trading and the shop was packed with parents amassing foreign language textbooks. customers were told to leave the bookshop and shelves of foreign language textbook were clear. the door of the bookshop now remains shut. the reason given was, i heard, those books being cleared are published without copyrights. the interesting thing was, the shop has been selling those copyrights infringed copies for decades. hahahhahahhahah

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Forums > Living in Kunming > China Police Clearance - Help

the one i used to get a "no criminal record certificate" in person a year earlier in Kunming was Yunnan Kunming Guozheng Notary Public Office, its address, 20 Renmin Middle Road. you might have to search on the web and see if they have a email contact. good luck, Jedermann. :-)

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Forums > Living in Kunming > China Police Clearance - Help

if you are living in kunming, it is easy, you have to go in person to a international recognised notary office which would submit a police clearance request on your behalf, if done properly, you would have a certificate in chinese plus a translation in english. i had done that in Shenzhen, shanghai, beijing, Guilin and Kunming, the procedure was the same in those cities. :-)

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Teaching in Kunming/China

it is all about "putting capitalism back in ever shrinking cage." seems nothing to do with anything else. :-)

people are told to push the "non-profit and price regulation" cart. :))))) when only the tool you have is a hammer, ...................

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yes, Anonymous C. it is Foshan, thank you. it is the pm2.5 that makes the story. here in foshan, it reads 106 micrograms and 180 micrograms lately. where in Shunde the reading reads 202. keeping in mind that below 25 is considered safe by WHO, I believe. :-)
on API, in "99 percent urbanised" hong kong where I visit often, the api can get up to 207. makes me wonder. :-)

I believe it is the dirty industries coupled with the lack of enforcement of environmental laws that are the problem. I am now in Fushan in the southern part of china in Guangdong, there is little farming (agriculture) left in this part of china but fish, pig and poultry farming, but the air pollution is choking because of the concentration of industries and the curtains of high rising buildings. if one remembers the Beijing Olympics, the gov ordered shutting down industries around Beijing in neighbouring provinces during the games, that made a difference even the air was still bad. with that perception of mine, I don't think the small farmers shouldn't be held responsibility for the problem. admittedly it helps if the small farmers can afford to pay more attention to new technology and practices.

the People's Web is tightly controlled by the party propaganda machinery. if the documentary could go "viral" without the machinery "noticed", there must be "something" at work. Now, the trivial. The report's daughter is an American because she was born in the USA. so whose money that was spent on the documentary, is not the issue.

yes, there is a "quiet censorship" going on. the local media have been told ( a phone call from the Propaganda chief ) to keep the subject in a low key - meaning no more mention of it a day after the documentary hit the screen. so... no, the gov will put gdp in front of anything else at this juncture when the economy is slowing. :-)

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