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Q: Any expats in Zhangjiagang?

I'm hoping to make new friends here in Zhangjiagang so please let me know if you're around and happy to hang out some time.

 

I'm a female and I'm 25 years old and I'm not interested in dating.

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hello there..yes i am in suzhou,i do like to hang out.my email is pankajdon@gmail.com.feel free to contact me.

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Hello,

 

I'm an Aussie who's planning to move from Guangzhou to Zhangjiagang in early July. If you're still there my Wechat is Dtc1977 (e-mail: dclaxton34@gmail.com).

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