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Q: Does anyone knows where to find good hsk books in Hangzhou?

I am studying for hsk 4-5!

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1 year 51 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Hangzhou

 
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You might be best looking on Taobao. Should be easy if you're up to level 4/5 study. 

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If you're in HZ, then you should probably be on the local expat website asking this question!

 

HZ has a number of bookstores - that will supply you. WenEr Lu, near BaoChu Bei Lu has a large store, and there's another large bookstore on FengQi lu, just west of Yan'An lu.

 

There will probably be others, but you should ask around ...

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