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|Foshan/Shenzhen/Zuhai/ hangzhou/Ningbo ,and Shanghai|
|Sep 16, 2007 03:37|
|I'm in Macau Right now I spent a week in Hong Kong. I am visiting several factories in Mainland China in the Next couple days. |
If I can Find someone to Help me out get around that would be great!
Male/ US/ 25 Years young on Business in China.
Let me know what you want. We can work something out.
|Sep 16, 2007 06:35|
Welcome to China. I can help you here, please e-mail me to hotmail.com|caijun_Bill or we can chat on msn.
|Sep 16, 2007 21:26|
I am very glad to know you.
If you need a guide for your business trip inShanghai,
|Sep 17, 2007 22:43|
|I've graduted from business and English major and working as soho and part-time interpreter as well. I have gained experience working for foreign company and got contact and maintain communication with many factories in line of clothes, lingerie, swimwear, hardware and furniture.|
With sense of humor, I'm a sociable girl looking forward to make friends all round the world to share culture and business views upon different background.
Let's work out something. I'm living in Foshan now.
Pls contact me via:
Cel: 86 13112784740
|Nov 8, 2007 19:17|
|Yes, but not for civil aviation for the time being..|
|Nov 27, 2007 18:30|
|GUESTVISITA||Any Bar in foshan?!! not chinese bar, normal bar with music, people and guinness beer?!!|
|Nov 27, 2007 21:55|
|Sorry but Chinese bars are "normal". Foshan is in China.|
|Nov 28, 2007 11:11|
|The D trains definitely have Western-style toilets, but the space is quite cramped and you definitely won't be able to fit a wheelchair into the toilet. There's basically enough space for the toilet and you, that's about it.|
Soft sleeper carriages will usually have one Western-style toilet, with a little bit more space. Note that D trains do not have sleeper carriages, only seats; and D trains only run on very limited routes.
Also note that the train carriage entrances for most Chinese trains (other than the D trains) are quite narrow and it might be difficult to get wheelchairs through -- plus they have rather steep steps at the entrance.
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