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Q: Anyone here living in Kunming?

Hey,

So I'm wondering has anyone lived in KM before or lives there now? I'm arriving in KM on July 8th, it would be nice to get a heads up about the city!

Thanks in Advance.

8 years 6 weeks ago in  General  - Kunming

 
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I don't live in Kunming, but...

 

It was one of the most beautiful cities I've ever visited. Too bad there were drugs everywhere, and police tanks prowling around everywhere. It was like I was living in a... police state. I actually fully expected to get shelled by those cops.

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Wow.. Was that recently?

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