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Q: Feel uneasy living in beijing?

way way more police in Beijing this week.....makes me feel less secure

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Do you have a Z visa? If so no worries, if not then worry. I've asked Chinese SWAT in Tiananmen for directions to the Beijing Planning Hall Museum and had one of my nicest interactions with a local here. Don't sweat it and keep your passport close and you will have no problems. I work in dongdan and live in gulou so I see the cops every day, they are not interested in foreigners.

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Come to Xinjiang! Free BBQ and things....

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