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Q: Any good bars in Longgang?

I have moved to Longgang but I cant see any good bars here. Any good suggestions? 

3 years 31 weeks ago in  General  - Shenzhen

 
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No. 

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Nothing special is there, only a few normal bars. No choice Coco park in Futian. But I call that place the baby bar compared to bars back in America

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I haven't lived in SZ for years,,,, zoning out on my memory,,, course I basically spent time in Bao'an,,,,,  never went to Shekou much,,, too pricey,,, haha

ok,, my reason for posting :    Whatever happened to 'hooker town' up north?   When I was living SZ the government had a reverse orgasm and said to shut-down hooker town....   how are things these days ?  The question this guy asked made me remember those days,,, course he's talking a different part of SZ I guess....

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Any foreigner groups for people in Longgang then?

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