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Q: Do they have AAA in China?

Just curious!

6 years 43 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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American Automobile Association?

 

Alcholics Anonymous?

 

something else, perhaps...might you clue us in?

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Alcoholism is not considered to be a disease or a serious problem in China, it's just a bad habit. So I don;t think it can be found here.

well, maybe in big cities, I wouldn't know.

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There is an English-language AA for sure in Shanghai.  It might be a good way to meet numerous members of this Board.

 

Their website:  aashanghai.com.  More info here:

 

Alano Club

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Address: 200 Zhenning Road/Yan'an Road (one block north of Yan'an Road...Yan'an Road runs east-west)...the complex is called Xin An Towers. There are two 30-floor towers, West and East. The Club is in the East Tower (Go past the West Tower and the Spa. The East Tower is the last entrance on the left), Floor 20, Room 20B.

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