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Q: Any place for paintball in Shanghai?

My friends and I have a group of 10 or so and were wondering if there was any place in Shanghai where small groups can join larger ones during the weekends for games of paintball. Any recommendations would be appreciated.

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1, Bussiness: day show from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, evening show from 6pm to 10mp (make an oppointment).
2, Bullet: 180 bullets cost 180 RMB, 300bullets cost 250RMB,
3, Address: NO.388 songjiang chenghua Road (in qingqing park).
4, Telephone: 13482206257 owen

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China Unveils "AlphaDog" - An Affordable Alternative To The Terrifying "Robo-Dog"teaser image

"It's really very similar to a real dog." 

 

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At least 11 killed and 100+ injured by violent hurricane winds in China (VIDEOS)

At least 11 people have been killed and 102 injured after a powerful hurricane struck the eastern Chinese city of Nantong on Friday evening.

May 1, 2021 14:43

Ferocious winds uprooted trees, ripped the facades from buildings and filled the streets with lethal debris.

The majority of the people killed were hit by falling trees and telephone poles or were blown into the Yangtze river which winds through the city of over eight million people located roughly 62 miles (100 km) from Shanghai.

Meanwhile rescue operations continued on Saturday to find nine missing crew members from a fishing boat that capsized during the storm. So far, two other members have already been successfully rescued.

Some 3,000 people have been evacuated from the city as marble-sized hailstones pelted the area.

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