there's places all over town that do this kind of stuff - look for signs with the following characters: 打印 dayin - printing; 复印 fuyin - copying; 扫描 saomiao - scanning; 传真 chuanzhen - faxing.
printing and copying are widespread, scanning and faxing less common - but you should be able to track them down. there's a few places along yieryi dajie, to the east of the intersection with wenhua xiang - that's where i'd start.
cacaja came to kunming after already having opened branches in xi'an and chengdu. i'd have to say that this forum thread has confirmed my feeling that they've adapted their business model to the marketplace perfectly :P
oddly, i think your best bet might be to take them with you when you travel. a friend of mine took two massive (and scary looking!) dao from Beijing to the Netherlands for his wushu teacher a while back.
i can't think of a sure-fire way to ship them, but i guess it might be worth talking to the foreign courier companies - FedEx and DHL both operate in Kunming.
no-one's reviewed this place for nearly 3 years! i think i know why: it's solid. a bit boring maybe, but they get the job done: food on the table in good time, attentive staff, wide selection of items. the 'Prague Breakfast' is a fine feed, still good value after the recent price increase.
i've recently rediscovered this place. it's a little hit and miss, but i have to say that with a little experimentation, you can find some quality food here. while not perfect, the vindaloo is the best i've had.
i first sampled the Silver Spoon burgers a few weeks back - not bad at all, though i was unconvinced that they were 1/2 pound. another visit yesterday, and this time i was persuaded... definitely a fat burger. i was very happy with my cheese and bacon burger. diners with large appetites, be warned - you'll need a side of something to make a meal - the burger is just a burger - no fries.