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Q: Can someone help? I cannot access my Yahoo account. FILTER! :(

I can't search. I need the telephone number for Zhejiang Universities Office of International Relations ASAP!

The Program Coordinator is Luo Jian and can be contacted at 571-8898-1856. * Well, I thought so but one of my students said NO GO when he tried. :( & Please reply ASAP!!


Thank you so much!! Smile,

Happy New Year!

7 years 47 weeks ago in  General  - Hangzhou

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LAR, this is from their website.  It's the same number that you have, plus an email contact.


You are calling from within China I think so you need to add a "0" before the 571 area code -- 0571.


Luo Jian
Program Coordinator                              
Office of International Relations
Tel: 86-571-88981856
Fax: 86-571-87951315


Xu Xiaohang (George)
Short-Term Project Coordinator
International Student Advisor
International College
Tel: 86-571-8795 1717
Fax: 86-571-8795 1755


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