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Q: Anyone know any sites for buying/exchanging new or used books?

  This is one of the things I hate about living here, it's so hard to get hold of good books. I had an idea for a website where ex-pats could sell or exchange their old books, but like most of my ideas it went the way of the dodo. I really do love a good read though. I'd love to be able to browse a good book store for a change, and not find myself stuck with having to choose between Robinson Crusoe and Sherlock Holmes. Know any sites stocked with up to date shelves?

8 years 2 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - China

 
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Go to thebeijinger website they got ads up now for buying or trading books. Sometimes you will even have a few users who are willing to give away their books for free. 

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There are cookies, bookies and too many rookies for me to sit here trying to be a hooky! Looky Looky don't call me a wooky. Touchy Touchy Feely Feely Spicy Spicy Nicey Nicey & that's what the doctor Ordered!!

 
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doesn't amazon.cn offer such trading deals ?

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